Security for CBBR Dog Rescue

$2,494 donated
Given by 92 generous donors in 4 weeks

After a break in by some low life scum to our rescue centre, we need to ensure it can't happen again!


Low life scum have broken into our rescue centre, trashed the place completely and tried to let the dogs loose.

Thankfully no dogs were taken or hurt.

We desperately want to take all measures we can to ensure this cannot happen again. This includes better gates/fencing/locks, a security and camera system plus repairing the damage that these disgusting individuals have done.

We really appreciate your help

Christchurch Bull Breed Rescue's involvement (page creator)

I am the managing trustee of CBBR

About us

Christchurch Bull Breed Rescue is a registered charity that takes on abandoned, neglected, abused and dumped dogs from all over NZ. These dogs just want someone to love and be their forever family.

We offer vet care, rehabilitation and loving foster homes until the perfect forever home is found.

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E.G on 13 Nov 2015
Maggie Vine
Maggie Vine on 09 Nov 2015
Good luck with the challenges caused by the action of lowlifes within our society. Hope they are found & held accountable for their disgusting actions
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This page was created on 30 Oct 2015 and closed on 30 Nov 2015.