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Cat Control

Cat Control

Under the Dog and Cat Management Act Amendment Bill 2015, Councils retain discretion over whether they wish to introduce cat registration. At this current time, the District Council of Kimba do not require the registration of cats.

Your Cats Safety is the Priority

If your cat is free to roam the neighbourhood, it’s not safe. It can get into fights with other cats, be injured or killed. The best way to protect your cat is to keep it at home and have it micro-chipped in case it strays. Desexing is also a must; it not only prevents unwanted litters but also reduces your cats urge to roam. For further information on responsible cat ownership visit


From 1 July 2018, all cats in South Australia will be required to be microchipped. Microchipping is the most effective way to reunite a lost cat with its owner and is highly recommended by our council. Contact your vet to organise this.