Community Cat Coalition Trust (Supported by the SPCA)

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The Community Cat Coalition support carers of community/stray cats in Auckland. We fund their de-sexing, and facilitate ongoing care.

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The Community Cat Coalition was established in Auckland in 2009, as an initiative of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Auckland Inc. (SPCA Auckland) to support a number of volunteers who were attending to the needs of stray cats in Auckland. These dedicated volunteers were undertaking the task of caring for these cats at their own expense without financial or moral support, and so the purpose of establishing a coalition was to create a network of stray cat carers who collectively would be supported by the SPCA in their humanitarian work.

In 2015 the Community Cat Coalition became a fully independent Incorporated Society. Our name reflects the services provided to the community through the humane management of stray cats by the CCC, and the fact that the cats we care for are a community responsibility.

The CCC fund-raises so that more stray or community cats can be de-sexed and cared for over the course of their lives in the community.

Bob Kerridge founded the NZ Companion Animal Council, and more recently the New Companion Animal Trust, and is a Director of WSPA NZ. Bob is a Knight of the Order of St John and a Justice of the Peace, and in 2005 became a Member of the NZ Order of Merit for his services to animal welfare. He has also been awarded an honorary Bachelor of Applied Animal Technology from Unitec, and has been a past President of the Royal New Zealand SPCA.

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The Cat Coalition was established in Auckland in 2009, as an initiative of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Auckland Inc. (SPCA Auckland), by Bob Kerridge to support volunteers attending to the needs of stray cats in Auckland. These volunteers were caring for stray or community cats at their own expense without financial or moral support, so the purpose of establishing a coalition was to create a network of cat carers who collectively would be supported by the SPCA in their humanitarian work.

In 2015, the Cat Coalition became a fully independent Incorporated Society (the Community Cat Coalition Inc.).

The Community Cat Coalition (CCC) provides a service to the community through the humane management of stray cats. Its focus is the de-sexing of community cats, re-homing where possible, or ongoing care.

The more money we raise the more we can prevent the births of kittens for which there are not enough good homes available. CCC members also pay themselves for food and veterinary care for the de-sexed colonies of community cats they manage, so some members are hugely out of pocket trying to look after a community problem.

Any small donation will be of help to those who are caring for cats in the community.


Latest update

October 2018  26 October 2018

Summer is almost upon us and with it the peak period for un-spayed cats to produce kittens, often more than one litter over a period of just a few months . We would love to be able to spay a few more before the season really ramps up - now would be a great time to donate!!


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    Lynette N on 01 Jul 2019

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    Lynette N on 23 May 2019

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    Lynette N on 28 Mar 2019

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    Lynette N on 28 Feb 2019

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    • Community Cat Coalition Incorporated

      Lynette, thank you once again! You are a star!!! We so appreciate your ongoing support.


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