Erin’s winning design was one of the great entries received in the competition which asked young people to design a card that would relay the message about the benefits of desexing domestic animals.
“The idea behind the competition was to encourage young people to learn about the positive effects of desexing companion animals whilst also helping us spread the message through their creativity,’ said Wakool Shire’s Communications & Events Coordinator, Courtney Dean.
“Erin’s entry had a clear message that desexed cats will live longer, but it also had a fun side to it with an ‘old’ cat on a gopher chasing a mouse,” Courtney said.
Erin received $200 for her winning entry.
The postcard design will now be made into an actual postcard or picture logo in future desexing campaigns.