Adoptable Stawell could not be happier following the generosity of two Stawell businesses.
Catnip and PETstock have joined forces to help the homeless cats in Stawell.
Catnip has installed one of their cat runs at PETstock so that people who are looking for a new family member, of the four legged variety are able to go to PETstock to view cats and kittens that are available for adoption.
The fee for adopting a cat or kitten will include their first vaccination, microchip, castration or spey, worming and a flea treatment.
As part of the launch co-founder of Adoptable and Miss Humanity Australia 2014 entrant Ashleigh Dark is inviting people to head down to PETstock next Saturday, April 5 between 11am and 2pm for the grand opening of the catnip cage where people can meet some of the cats, kittens and dogs that are currently available for adoption.
Ms Dark is encouraging the community to support the efforts of Adoptable by buying a raffle ticket to win Steven the wombat or have an egg and bacon sandwich cooked on the barbecue by some of the Stawell Warriors senior footballers.
There might even be a kissing booth... But only dog kisses of course.
Ms Dark and fellow co-founder Lynley Hoiles have been blown away by the support from the community and have thanked PETstock, Catnip, Newtons Butchers, Stawell Warriors Football/Netball Club, Chris & Di's bakery and Frewstal in anticipation that next weekend's event will be a success.