Rehome a cat or kitten at this adoption event in Dubai’s Al Quoz

Kittysnip will be rehoming abandoned felines during a string of events in September

If you’ve thought that your household could do with a furry presence, then now could be the time to welcome a feline companion into the fold.

Kittysnip animal welfare group is hosting a string of adoption days to rehome abandoned cats and kittens in Dubai that are in desperate need of a new family.

During September, The Courtyard in Al Quoz will host adoption days on Saturday 1, 8, 15 and 29 between 10.30am and 4.30pm and on Friday September 21 and Friday September 28 between noon and 5pm.

Meanwhile, The Pet Shop in Al Quoz will host two adoption days on Friday September 7 and Friday September 21 between 11am and 6pm and on the first and third Friday of every month thereafter.
So far Kittysnip has already rehomed 158 cats and kittens since 2016 and have raised more than Dhs383,000 for treating more than 650 animals.

“Apart from aiming to find a happy home for these cats and kittens, we hope the adoption days will help create awareness among those who don’t know how many pets desperately need a home,” said Carol Geldenhuys, Founder of Kittysnip.

“We not only want to inform people about the multiple benefits of adoption but also the commitment involved when taking on an abandoned or neglected cat or kitten.”

Looking to give a cat a forever home? Head to Al Quoz.
Sat Sep 1, 8, 15 &29, 10.30am-4.30pm; Fri Sep 21 & 28, noon-5pm (The Courtyard, AL Quoz); Fri Sep 7 & Fri Sep 21, 11am-6pm (The Pet Shop, Al Quoz). For more information, please contact Kittysnip via email: kittysnip@gmail.com or on Instagram: kittysnip_uae.

More from Community, Kids

Schools across the city are getting involved in the campaign

Are gift vouchers for good driving, emojis to rate public services and trips to Disney World putting us smiles ahead of everyone else?

It's all to raise awareness about breast cancer

RTA has made the biggest awareness message using more than 20,000 LEGO Blocks

It has been labelled "the most advanced police vehicle in the world"

We meet four expats living a plant-based life

Newsletters

Follow us