Gladesville’s World League for the Protection of Animals has launched a cat adoption promotion for Mothers Day.

The Gladesville based service specialises in rescuing cats and kittens and has a Ôno kill’ policy as well as a comfortable new showroom – called the Living Room – at its premises on the corner of Cowell Street and Victoria Road.

More than 60 cats and 20 kittens are available for adoption.

They include mature cats whose previous owners have had to put them up for adoption due to unforseen personal circumstances and many would suit a someone who would love a caring, gentle mature cat that has previously been cared for by a single owner.

Other cats are playful and would suit a young family and there are some shy kittens that would suit a young couple who don’t have children but would to share their lives with a a cat to call their own.

Jonine from the World League for the Protection of Animals said adopting a cat for Mothers Day is the perfect gift because a cat will be a loved companion and will give love in return.

“We even have some very special mother cats who only six months old themselves, they are absolutely adorable,” Jonine said

“All of our cats are vaccinated, de-sexed and micro-chipped.

“Our new space The Living Room, visitors can meet the cats we have for adoption for Mothers Day and select one.”

To make an appointment to be shown the cats phone Jonine on 0409 741 414 or simply visit the World League for the Protection of Animals.

PICTURED at the Living Room in Gladesville are Ella Taylor and “Kier” – a four month old male cat who is de-sexed, micro-chipped and vaccinated. TWT on-the-spot PHOTO