Kitten Inn Annual Street Appeal
- $2,514.44 donated
- 17 generous donors
Kitten Inn Street Appeal - where a little money helps a little love go a long way.
Every year, Kitten Inn conducts a street appeal in downtown Wellington. Don't have cash? Don't live in Wellington? Away from the City that day? You can donate here!
Every dollar counts! Since the first of January 2016, we have been hit with over $95,000 in bills. These bills are for litter, food, desexing, vaccination, microchipping, and medical care - many of the kittens we get in (especially at this time of year) are sick and need veterinary attention to save their lives.
Last year, we raised $7,000 through our street appeal - let's get it to over $10,000 this year so we can keep saving tiny lives and spreading the joy that comes with adoption of a desexed, vaccinated, microchipped, healthy kitten or mom cat.
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The Kitten Inn is a local animal rescue that takes in unwanted or abandoned pregnant cats, and kittens.
Working with local vets and animal rescues in the Wellington region to promote responsible ownership by desexing and microchipping pets.
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