The Outpawed Rescue Trust

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For the care and management of stray and feral cats in the Wellington region.

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  Wellington Pets Animal Welfare

Outpawed is a charitable trust based in Porirua. We are involved in the care and management of stray and feral cats in the Wellington region.

We provide shelter for wild cats/kittens and aim to desex, socialise, vaccinate, microchip and find homes for as many of these cats as possible. We are also involved in TNR for cats that cannot be integrated into a household environment.

We aim to work with local government and other animal welfare organisations to obtain the best outcome possible for the feral cat population. Our goal is to reduce this population over time through desexing and adoption.

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Outpawed is a charitable trust. We are involved in the care and management of stray, abandoned and community cats in the Wellington and Manawatu region. Our goal is to improve the lives of domestic felines.

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Carol Ann Mason
Carol Ann Mason 3 days ago
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Carol Ann Mason
Carol Ann Mason on 30 Jul 2020
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Westpac NZ on 23 Jul 2020
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Carol Ann Mason
Carol Ann Mason on 16 Jul 2020
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