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Harcos FIV Cat Rescue


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Harcos FIV Cat Rescue

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Gympie QLD, Australia

Organisation type

Harcos FIV Cat Rescue is a small not for profit NO KILL rescue. Harcos is Hungarian for Warrior as I believe all FIV cats are warriors in their own rights. This Page was set up to provide information on FIV cats and to rehome them.
All HFCR animals receive all vet work prior to being adopted unless they are a kitten that’s released under the required weight to desex, if they are under the weight required they come back for desexing and this is included in the adoption fee and in the contract.
To legalise mandatory desexing on the Fraser Coast.
To find a way for lower cost desexing to be available to all citizens.
To create more awareness & education to the public regarding FIV.
To gain the support of local businesses. To gain more fundraising & financial assistance.
1. SHARE the word. Educate & give others a chance to see what we do & who we are.
2. ADOPT a pet. FIV Cats are incredible animals that deserve your love.
4. FOOD donations are always WANTED. As well as litter, beds, toys ETC
We offer all our donators the chance to come and mingle with the FIV kitties. (ALL VIA APPOINTMENT).

Adoption process

Firstly THANKYOU for chosing Harcos FIV Cat Rescuce. We are a no kill, no wages paid animal rescue.

Please take the time to read these points before making a decision:).

All of our animals are adopted to approved homes only.

If you have cat allergies please do not enquire, as its very sad for the animal when they are returned.

If you are renting please have real estate approval prior to enquiring.

Potential adopters must have a meet and greet at either shelter or foster carers place and this is done via appointment to determine if you are suitable for each other ONLY.

Please have a final long think about whether you are prepared emotionally, physically and financially for a lifelong committment.

If this all appealing to you, you will be asked to fill out an adoption contract and make payment to the rescue.