Second Chance Kitties

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Our goal is for every cat in Whanganui to have a chance for a better life - desexed, homed, loved and free of transmissible disease.

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Wanganui is over saturated with cats!

We are raising funds so we can help subsidise cat desexing costs for Wanganui's low income families.

We want to be able to help desex as many cats each month as we possibly can and we can only do this with your help!

More about us

Second Chance Kitties provides financial assistance for Whanganui families to get their cats desexed, reducing the number of unwanted cats in the city.


Latest update

SCK gets all official!  13 March 2015

Second Chance Kitties is now a registered charity and has IRD Donee status!! This means you may be able to claim a donation tax credit :D


Latest donations

  • Amanda @ Wanganui Bootcamp

    Amanda @ Wanganui Bootcamp on 25 May 2015

    $5

    Fantastic work! Every body giving a little to this cause will help reduce the number of unwanted kittens!

    $5

  • Megan

    Megan on 30 Apr 2015

    $10

    Great work!!

    $10

  • The Minnell Family

    The Minnell Family on 30 Apr 2015

    $10

    $10

  • androsaph

    androsaph on 18 Feb 2015

    $5

    Keep up the excellent work.

    $5

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 17 Feb 2015

    $5

    $5


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