Canobolas Family Pet Hospital has gone above and beyond its initial call as a temporary solution to managing stray animals to re-housing 70 cats and kittens over the past 12 months.
However, its work hasn't finished with another 35 kittens still looking for forever homes.
The hospital has been working with Orange City Council to place feline friends in need up for adoption, by acting as a drop-off point for the city's strays and attempting to reunite microchipped cats and kittens with their owners via Facebook.
Animals not be reunited are then transferred to the council's pound facility.
Orange City Council's companion animals committee chair Stephen Nugent said it was terrific Canobolas Family Pet Hospital chose to claim the kittens who did not find their owners.
VIDEO: Some of the cats and kittens up for adoption at Canobolas Family Pet Hospital ...
"Vet hospital staff took it upon themselves to foster the kittens and find them new homes," Cr Nugent.
Canobolas Family Pet Hospital spokesperson Cass Scurrah said kitten season generally lasts during Spring but this year there had been a significant number of kittens.
"We have been fostering kittens throughout our networks of vets and vet nurses but we're at the point where we need to find some homes for these wonderful kittens," she said.
"Each kitten will come desexed, microchipped, vaccinated, flea treated, wormed, socialised and litter trained.
"The cost of a male cat is $180 and a female cat is $200 and that covers the cost of all the treatment."
Anyone interested in re-homing a kitten should call 6362 6991.
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