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Cook Islands SPCA

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Given by 29 generous donors in over a year
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CISPCA works to improve animal welfare across the Cook Islands.

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The Cook Islands SPCA is working to extend its services and presence across Rarotonga and the Cook Islands and is working towards establishing animal welfare legislation in partnership with Government Ministries. A Strategic Plan has developed to guide CISPCA to achieve the goals of the Plan.

Current services include maintaining a dog shelter on Rarotonga that can board up to 12 dogs, all of which, unless solely boarding, are re-homed to loving forever homes. CISPCA would like to extend this to having a separate puppy enclosure. None of the dogs are euthanized unless a vet recommends it. The Society maintains an Animal Ambulance for lost, stray or injured animals which are then taken to the local veterinary service for treatment where necessary.

The CISPCA has grown increasingly in the last 5 years with the construction of new kennels for dogs at the local veterinary clinic and a recent island-wide desexing programme whereby over 800 dogs were desexed and microchipped for free. A grant from Dogs Trust World Wide enabled us to do this.

CISPCA’s funding relies on income from an Opportunity Shop, sponsorship and donations. Funds go towards running the animal ambulance, managing the Shelter, de-sexing programmes and educational programmes to promote animal welfare.

Due to the growth mentioned above, we are increasingly needing more help and currently have 3 paid positions to cover the Shelter, Animal Ambulance and Op shop. Our committee are all volunteers and do as much as we can to assist our team and volunteers.

We are planning on having another desexing campaign which will also include cats. This, along with all our other areas of growth, means we appreciate and need all donations, which enable us to continue the great work we are doing in Rarotonga and the Cook Islands.

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To extend its services and presence across Rarotonga and the Cook Islands through having a separate puppy shelter and a cattery

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Latest update

Shelter Improvements Fundraising  30 October 2019

Posted by: Deborah Ramage

Our wonderful shelter which provides a temporary home for dogs in need prior to their adoption is not suitable to safely house puppies.

Earlier this year the CISPCA was immensely grateful to receive a bequest of $4000 towards the building of a puppy compound which will commemorate this tremendous gift.

Our builder has since quoted $13,000 to complete the job, then we need a further $4000 to outfit it with a play area, and puppy pens which means we are on a mission to raise $13000.

Every single dollar helps towards the goal – so please give whatever you feel you can spare.

To show gratitude for extremely generous donations:

$250 will receive a digital photo of a puppy named in their honour

$500 we will engrave your name on a Puppy Lovers plaque on the shelter wall

$1000 puppy pen signage with your name

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Latest donations

Nic J
Nic J on 02 Oct 2020
$20
Nic J
Nic J on 21 Sep 2020
Still planning and hoping for our next visit soon :)
$20
Mandy
Mandy on 08 Sep 2020
Hey team Glad you guys are safe. Fingers crossed we can still get there to help in November. We got close!
$100
Nic J
Nic J on 27 Aug 2020
Still can't wait until we can visit :)
$20
Kim Conchie
Kim Conchie on 16 Jul 2020
Just another little donation. Wish I could do more
$5

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