No holiday rush for pet adoptions in New England North West but plenty of cats and kittens available

Cody Tsaousis
By Cody Tsaousis
Updated January 13 2022 - 2:48am, first published January 12 2022 - 9:00pm
CUTE KITTY: Petstock manager Leslie Baker with little Tim, who was is up for adoption through the Animal Welfare League Tamworth. Photo: Gareth Gardner

THE holiday period often sees a rush of pets being bought and bedded into their new families, but animal welfare agencies from around the region say that hasn't been the case for adoptions.


Cody Tsaousis

Cody Tsaousis


I'm a news reporter who enjoys covering politics and energy, but I will write about anything for my community. I moved to the New England in 2021 after spending several years in the Upper Hunter.

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