Street Cats South Canterbury

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We aim to vastly reduce the stray cat population in South Canterbury using a trap,neuter and rehome programme.

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  Canterbury

Street Cats South Canterbury takes in stray cats and kittens from all over South Canterbury. Many of these cats and kittens need a lot of vet care and socialising due to their rough start in life. Some just need a little time and patience, others such as abandoned kittens need syringe fed until they are old enough to eat on their own.

All of our board members work full time at their own jobs as well as running Street Cats the rest of the time ( it is a full time job itself )

We rely on donations from the public to carry on our work and are very grateful for any donation we receive be it big or small.

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Providing much needed vet care and socialisation to stray cats and kittens so they can be rehomed to their new forever homes.


Latest donations

Julia Wheatley
Julia Wheatley 3 days ago
$5
Julia Wheatley
Julia Wheatley on 11 Feb 2021
$5
Westpac NZ
Westpac NZ on 09 Feb 2021
Westpac employee matching gift programme
$35
Julia Wheatley
Julia Wheatley on 28 Jan 2021
$5
Carrie McLaren-Jones
Carrie McLaren-Jones on 27 Jan 2021
$40

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