Last Chance of Hope is a NO KILL animal welfare organisation founded in 2014 to help fight the large numbers of abandoned homeless cats & kittens throughout Sydney.
We are a volunteer run organisation dedicated to rescuing stray domestic and feral cats. We do not have a shelter to house our cats/kittens but have foster carers located throughout Sydney.
Sadly we hear to many stories of cats/kittens left behind to fend for themselves. Many of these strays are starving and in need of medical attention.
Rescue isn't glamorous. It's about comforting a scared cat whose owners abandoned it, or who was abused, injured or starved. It is about restoring hope & love when no one else cares.
Our mission is to provide a second chance to those in need by improving the quality of life until they find a home to call their own.
Step 1: Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
telling us about yourself and the home that you are able to offer.
You can download an adoption form from www.lastchanceofhope.com.au
and please state the cat(s)/kitten(s) you are interested in.
We like to match our animals perfectly so they have a great life & forever home.
Step 2. Once we receive your application we will be in contact with you.
We will need to meet you and do a home inspection.
Step 3. If everything above goes well then you will get to meet the pet(s) you are interested in. We like to be certain that our pets are going to have a fantastic life and a safe environment to live in.
Step 4. Trial adoption for two weeks takes place. We have implemented a trial adoption policy to be 100% sure that both you and the cat are happy. if the trial period isn't a success we are happy to take back the cat(s)/kitten(s) and refund the majority of the adoption fee unless you are willing to try with another pet.
We want our cat(s)/kitten(s) back as we do not want them to end up in the pound/out on the street or given away as we have put a lot of love and care into all our cats and kittens.
ALL our cats/kittens are desexed, micro chipped and have their first f3 vaccination.
Worming & flea treatments will also be up to date.