NEWS AND UPDATES
Say Hello to our new website!POSTED BY Sandi Wilson ON Jun 27 2014.
Well it's been in the pipeline for a while now - and our new site has finally arrived! Our devoted volunteers have been tirelessly working - developing, designing, adding in all the important information and cat profiles and then making hundreds of last minute tweaks to get it ready. And we must say we are absolutely thrilled!
We've streamlined and upgraded the whole site to get it a much cleaner look, with easier navigation. The adoption section has been improved to have cat status' and even a search box to make it easier to find the perfect cat for you! Doesn't it look grand!
We have tried to get the site as ready as possible for the big reveal, however there are some sections which still have more content to come so bare with us as we continue to make these updates.
Please have a look around and feel free to let us know what you think either by email or on our facebook page.
Double Dose of Good News for Bluebell!POSTED BY Sandi Wilson ON Jun 20 2014.
We are delighted to be able to announce that Bluebell (our current Operation Lucky cat) has been adopted and at her latest vet check the vet confirmed that while her leg is misaligned, it has healed and will probably be very functional - which means Bluebell won't need to lose her leg after all! We are very happy for her.
A BIG THANK YOU to all the people who have kindly donated to our Operation Lucky fund over the last year, since Bluebell no longer needs surgery, we are glad to be able to put these fund towards several of the cats in our care who have been needing to have teeth removed - an expensive operation.
No more room at the innPOSTED BY Sandi Wilson ON Jun 11 2014.
We are current unable to take in any more cats.
The Trust is full to capacity and unfortunately this means we are not able to take in any more cats or kittens until we rehome some of our existing residents. Being a no-kill shelter, we have only one way to make more room and that is adoption, adoption, adoption.
If you're thinking about getting a new family member, why not have a look at our gorgeous cats! You will be helping two cats - both the one you adopt and the cat in need which is able to take it's space!
Ardie (Aardvark) is missingPOSTED BY Juita Tambunan ON Jun 03 2014.
Ardie (Aardvark) is a cat who was adopted from the trust some time ago and his parents have asked us to put his details online hoping that maybe someone may have seen him. This is what they say:
"Ardie (Aardvark) went missing from our new home at 44 Pinnacle Hill Road, Pokeno on Monday 26th May. We thought he may have gone walkabout and was trying to return to our old address in Ponga Road, Drury.
He's a DSH grey and white neutered male approximately 2 & 1/2 years old and of small build. Cats in Need have microchipped him and he was wearing a black collar with a red name tag and phone number."
Contact Jane or Chris if you have seen any sightings on 09 233 6880 or 021 102 1483.
SPCA InspectionPOSTED BY Sandi Wilson ON Feb 25 2014.
We had a visit recently by Chief Inspector Mr. Nick Thomason of the SPCA and we were delighted that he found there were no major issues. This has been a great relief to us! Cleaning the grounds and cages is a daily task and we endeavour to get the cleaning done in the morning before we have people in for viewing.
Valentines DayPOSTED BY Sandi Wilson ON Feb 10 2014.
Hi guys! it's almost Valentines Day and if you are in the mood for caring for others have a think about potentially volunteering for us. We have lots of lovely cats who will always need some human help cleaning their beds and tidying their living area :)
If you are interested in helping out we have many things that you could do. Click here to read about the ways you can help!
BBQ VolunteersPOSTED BY Sandi Wilson ON Jan 01 2014.
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 our care.