NEWS AND UPDATES
Cat of the weekPOSTED BY Michelle Fenwick ON Oct 17 2016.
Kinkydo is a female tabby . Her mother was a wild cat and she was born in foster care. There were six kittens originally but unfortunatly mother got into difficulties birthing and 5 large kittens were delivered then mother cat was rushed to the vet with a kitten in breech position and it was born dead and mother was then speyed on the day. She mothered the kittens for 3 weeks and unfortunatly we lost her with an acute toxic reaction. all the babies born bar one have broken tails. Kinkydo's tail is broken at the end and has a kink in it. She is weiry of strangers and warms up to you if you let her make the first move and she is playful and very loving once you gain her trust.
BBQ at Mega Mitre 10 OnehungaPOSTED BY Michelle Fenwick ON Sep 25 2016.
This is where we create our delightful steak and egg and sausage and egg sandwiches and our yummy sausages that we will be serving at Mega Mitre 10 Onehunga on 22 October from 9am.
BBQ VolunteersPOSTED BY Sandi Wilson ON May 01 2016.
Want to help out the cats without getting fur all over yourself? Why not join our BBQ team?!
We do fundraising BBQs every so often for the trust in several places throughout Auckland and are looking for some more recruits to help us out. All the money goes to helping care for the cats in foster care.
Fosters NeededPOSTED BY Sandi Wilson ON Sep 27 2015.
We require suitable foster homes for cats that come to the Trust for re-homing.
We will supply/pay for food and litter as well as reimburse costs for foster cat visits to our vet. We require the foster cat to be kept indoors during its stay with its foster parent and adoptions will take place at the administration office.
Click here to download our full foster guidelines (which requires signing) and if you are still interested in becoming a foster parent email us or call us on 09 276 9960 or 027 426 4374 to discuss the process.