The NZ Cat Foundation

  Auckland
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There are so many unwanted and abandoned cats and kittens in our Community and its our desire to de-sex community cats to prevent their pro

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  Auckland Animal Welfare

To foster and encourage the kind and humane treatment of cats and to prevent and discourage cruelty to and harsh and thoughtless treatment of cats so as to enhance the general health of the community.

Importantly, to de-sex community cats to prevent their proliferation in the most kindly and humane way possible. We have built a 6500 square foot sanctuary for unhomeable cats in need where they are safe , cared for and happy. This is in a rural environment where they can enjoy both indoor and outdoor living in the midst of an olive grove.

The Launch of The NZ Cat Foundation raised close to $10,000 however caring for these cats costs a minimum of $6000 per month and sometimes more. We need help!


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  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 04 Oct 2019

    $20

    $20

  • Tracey

    Tracey on 24 Aug 2019

    $100

    $100

  • Andrew

    Andrew on 22 Aug 2019

    $300

    Sorry we wont be with you on the 11th October, Anne.

    $300

  • Anthony

    Anthony on 02 Aug 2019

    $150

    Adoption of Muffie

    $150

  • Vicki

    Vicki on 09 Jun 2019

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    Private


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