Our adoption fee includes up-to-date vaccinations, desexing and microchipping. In some cases medical conditions may have been treated and all ongoing medical issues will be discussed at the time of adoption. All veterinary care beyond the date of the adoption is the responsibility of the new owner (with the exception of desexing if the animal was too young to be desexed at the time of adoption).
In addtion to the profiles below, more information on some of the animals available for adoption
can be found on our YouTube channel.
AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION!
Ninja is a 1yo male neutered domestic shorthair that was found as a kitten and has lived with one of our vets for the past 6 months. Ninja’s a lovely boy but it’s become apparent he needs another cat to live with as his prey drive is strong and he wants to rumble with a mate. Unfortunately he currently doesn’t have a mate so takes out his prey drive on the kids. Ninja isn’t a cuddly cat but will come to you for a smooch on his terms. He is used to dogs and kids and is in excellent health. Ninja needs a home with another young cat that will teach him how to play properly. If you’re looking for a friend for your cat Ninja would be the perfect addition to your family.
AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION!
Sully is a 1yo male Bull Arab X that was surrendered to the pound because his owner could not meet his energetic demands. Sully is a beautiful boy, very sweet and full of beans! He needs a home with a big backyard or acreage and an owner who is willing to put in plenty of time to exercise and train him.
Surrenders require an appointment so please make a booking by calling 9484 2166.
Animals within the Ku-ring-gai Council may be surrendered to us if ownership is no longer possible. Please note a fee applies and proof of ownership must be provided. Before surrendering we suggest:
Upon surrendering animals are immediately the property of Ku-ring-gai Animal Pound and will be assessed for rehoming by trained veterinary staff. In some instances rehoming is not possible and euthanasia is the only viable option (e.g. extreme aggression, unmanageable medical conditions or whereby the animal is suffering beyond control). Owners must be aware of this possibility prior to surrender.
Please call the pound on 9484 2166 and confirm your pet is at the pound and when you will be coming to collect it. Please ensure you bring your driver’s license or some other form of photo I.D. as proof of identity. You may also need to bring other relevant documents e.g. desexing certificate.
Please note collections are only available during vet opening hours.
|Dog Impound and release (first 24 hours)||$69|
|Dog Impound Board (per 24 hours)||$36|
|Cat Impound and release (first 24 hours)||$37|
|Cat Impound Board (per 24 hours)||$23.50|
|Cat Registration Fee||$50.00|
|Cat Annual Permit Fee (not desexed > 4 months old)||$80.00|
|Dog Registration fee (desexed by 6 months old)||$60.00|
|Dog Registration fee (desexed by 6 months old) Pensioner||$26.00|
|Dog Registration fee (not desexed by 6 months old)||$216.00|
|Dog surrender fee||$87.60|
|Cat surrender fee||$46.40|
Cat Adoption fees
< 6 months old
6months to 10 years
> 10 years
Dog Adoption fees
< 6 months old
6months to 7 years
> 7 years
Note to claim reduced fees, owner must show relevant documentation (e.g. desexing certificate, pensioner card or breeder card).
The Truth About Pounds – Debunking the Misconceptions
Animal pounds often get a bad rap and it’s usually because people don’t understand how they’re run. Don’t let misconceptions about them influence your decision to consider a pound as a viable option when looking for a furry family member.
In this article we explore and debunk the ten most common misconceptions about pounds. We encourage you to share it with anyone you know who’s looking for a new pet, and we hope that you’ll consider Ku-ring-gai Pound as an ideal place to find your next pet.
Learn More: Top 10 Misconceptions about Animal Pounds