Keeping Cats in Logan

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UPDATED August 2019

We are reviewing our cat keeping local laws and this is the second round of community engagement.

From March to May 2019, we asked you to Have Your Say on our current cat and dog keeping local laws. We received 2,346 responses in total, 1,058 were specific to keeping cats in Logan.

Currently, you can keep 2 cats on any sized property. All cats must be registered, desexed, microchipped and contained within their property boundary.

We asked about the following topics:

  • General cat keeping requirements
  • Effective control of cats

Did we hear you correctly?

All insights from the first round of engagement have been considered and now we want to hear from you again. You can have your say by:

Also, don't forget to let us know if you provided feedback during the first round of community engagement by participating in our quick poll.

You have until September 15 to Have Your Say.

UPDATED August 2019

We are reviewing our cat keeping local laws and this is the second round of community engagement.

From March to May 2019, we asked you to Have Your Say on our current cat and dog keeping local laws. We received 2,346 responses in total, 1,058 were specific to keeping cats in Logan.

Currently, you can keep 2 cats on any sized property. All cats must be registered, desexed, microchipped and contained within their property boundary.

We asked about the following topics:

  • General cat keeping requirements
  • Effective control of cats

Did we hear you correctly?

All insights from the first round of engagement have been considered and now we want to hear from you again. You can have your say by:

Also, don't forget to let us know if you provided feedback during the first round of community engagement by participating in our quick poll.

You have until September 15 to Have Your Say.

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    We asked:

    • How many cat/s can live in units, flats, townhouses, multi-unit dwellings and dual occupancy properties without Council approval?
    You said:
    • 76% said 2 cats.
    What do you think about the following?
    • In flats townhouses, multi-unit dwellings and dual occupancy properties: 2 cats kept without approval.

    Join the discussion and Have Your Say!

    We asked:

    • How many cat/s can live in units, flats, townhouses, multi-unit dwellings and dual occupancy properties without Council approval?
    You said:
    • 76% said 2 cats.
    What do you think about the following?
    • In flats townhouses, multi-unit dwellings and dual occupancy properties: 2 cats kept without approval.

    Join the discussion and Have Your Say!

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    We asked:

    • How many cats can live in stand-alone residential properties, for example, a house, without Council approval?

    You said:

    • 51% said 2 cats.
    What do you think about the following?

    On property sizes 0 - 350m2: 2 cats kept without Council approval (maximum).
    On property sizes 351 - 2,000m2: 2 cats kept without Council approval and apply to keep up to 4 cats.
    On property sizes 2,001 - 4,000m2: 4 cats kept without Council approval (maximum).

    Join the discussion and Have Your Say!

    We asked:

    • How many cats can live in stand-alone residential properties, for example, a house, without Council approval?

    You said:

    • 51% said 2 cats.
    What do you think about the following?

    On property sizes 0 - 350m2: 2 cats kept without Council approval (maximum).
    On property sizes 351 - 2,000m2: 2 cats kept without Council approval and apply to keep up to 4 cats.
    On property sizes 2,001 - 4,000m2: 4 cats kept without Council approval (maximum).

    Join the discussion and Have Your Say!
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    We asked:

    • Should a cat have to be contained in a cat carrier or restrained by a harness when being taken out of its property and into a public space?
    You said:
    • 85% said yes.
    What do you think about the following?
    • Including the need for a cat to be contained in a cat carrier or restrained by a harness when being taken out of its property and into a public space.
    Join the discussion and Have Your Say!

    We asked:

    • Should a cat have to be contained in a cat carrier or restrained by a harness when being taken out of its property and into a public space?
    You said:
    • 85% said yes.
    What do you think about the following?
    • Including the need for a cat to be contained in a cat carrier or restrained by a harness when being taken out of its property and into a public space.
    Join the discussion and Have Your Say!
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