Resources for cat lovers

Resources for cat lovers

Welcome to our cat lover’s hub, a haven for feline enthusiasts! Here, you’ll find a wealth of resources dedicated to all things cats. We have expert advice on cat care, tips for understanding your feline friend’s behaviour, and valuable information about stray cats. Discover our comprehensive collection of informative articles, carefully selected to help you provide the best care for your beloved cat.

Our delightful assets include captivating posters and charming door signs, ideal for showing your love of these graceful creatures.

Join us on this exciting journey of feline companionship and deepen your bond with your whiskered friends!

2 in 3 Australian cat owners have lost a cat to a roaming related incident.

Transitioning your cat to the safe-at-home lifestyle

Even if your cat currently roams, you can help them make the change to staying safe at home – Old cats can learn new tricks!

Trick Training for your Cat by Dr. Findy

Training helps build and enhance your relationship with your cat as well as a source of great mental stimulation.

Cat care

Welcome to our collection of valuable resources to ensure they have the best life possible. These resources have been created by the RSPCA NSW, along with other reputable organizations worldwide.

We cover a wide range of topics to help you become a responsible and knowledgeable cat guardian. By following the advice and recommendations provided in this section, you can ensure that your feline companion receives the love, care, and attention they deserve.

Keeping your cat happy and healthy at home brochure

Reading cat body language

Interactive cat play by Lili Chin

What a cat needs by Lili Chin

Neonate foster care manual

Make staying at home fun for your cat

Stray cats

Find useful information about stray cats in this section to guide you and assist you if you find a stray cat or kitten.

I’ve found Kittens, now what do I do?

What to do if you find a cat

Paper collars for stray cats

Cats and neighbours

In this section we would like to Introduce our comprehensive assets on engaging with neighbours about their cats. We understand that addressing such concerns can be delicate, which is why we want to provide guidance on initiating open and respectful dialogues.

Together, let’s create a supportive community where everyone can coexist peacefully, including our beloved feline friends.

How to talk to your neighbour about their cat

Fun cat posters

Discover our captivating collection of cat posters, available for free download! These eye-catching designs carry important messages on how to ensure the safety and happiness of our feline friends within the comforts of their home.

Download and display them proudly to spread awareness and inspire others to provide a secure and joyful haven for their own furry companions.

Life is better with a cat poster

Hang in there poster

Keep the boss happy poster

Hang in there v2 poster

Long live the cat poster

Keep the boss happy poster

Hang in there poster

Door signs

Introducing our brand-new door signs, a must-have asset for every cat owner dedicated to ensuring the safety and happiness of their feline family members! With its playful design and attention-grabbing message, it serves as a gentle reminder to keep doors closed, preventing curious kitties from venturing outside into potentially dangerous situations!

Hang it proudly on your front door or any room entrance to create a safe haven for your feline companion, providing peace of mind and a happy, secure environment for both you and your cat.

Door sign – Blue

Door sign – Calico

Door sign – Ginger

Door sign – Green

Door sign – Purple

Door sign – Dark blue

Door sign – Teal

What your cat needs at home

Download our series of resources developed with RSPCA NSW Behaviour Veterinarian Dr Findy Wills.

Click on the link below for your preferred language

English

Enrichment: Help your cat live their best life at home

Settling your cat into the family

Introducing your new cat to your dog

Introducing your new cat to your existing feline family

How to keep your cats safe at home

Transitioning to the safe-at-home lifestyle

What your cat needs at home

Introducing your new cat to your existing feline family

Arabic

Arabic – Enrichment: Help your cat live their best life at home

Arabic – How to keep your cats safe at home

Arabic – Settling your cat into the family

Arabic – What your cat needs at home

Arabic – Transitioning to the safe-at-home lifestyle

Arabic – Introducing your new cat to your existing feline family

Introducing your new cat to your existing feline family

Simplified Chinese

Simplified Chinese – Enrichment: Help your cat live their best life at home

Simplified Chinese – How to keep your cats safe at home

Simplified Chinese – Settling your cat into the family

Simplified Chinese – What your cat needs at home

Simplified Chinese – Transitioning to the safe-at-home lifestyle

Simplified Chinese – Introducing your new cat to your existing feline family

Introducing your new cat to your existing feline family

Hindi

Hindi – Enrichment: Help your cat live their best life at home

Hindi – How to keep your cats safe at home

Hindi – Settling your cat into the family

Hindi – What your cat needs at home

Hindi – Transitioning to the safe-at-home lifestyle

Hindi – Introducing your new cat to your existing feline family

Introducing your new cat to your existing feline family

Korean

Korean – Enrichment: Help your cat live their best life at home

Korean – How to keep your cats safe at home

Korean – Settling your cat into the family

Korean – What your cat needs at home

Korean – Transitioning to the safe-at-home lifestyle

Korean – Introducing your new cat to your existing feline family

Introducing your new cat to your existing feline family

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RSPCA NSW Cat program Early Stage 1

RSPCA NSW Cat program Stage 1

RSPCA NSW Cat program Stage 2

RSPCA NSW Cat program Stage 3

For Educators and Parents

For the kids – Cat maze

Kids activities

Kids activities – Answers

Activities for kids – Rehome and microchip