NEWS AND UPDATES
Cat CalendarPOSTED BY Sandi Wilson ON Dec 03 2014.
Our 2015 Cat Calendar is OUT NOW!!! It's a great way to help you keep track of all the hundreds of things you need to do next year, while helping our cats out at the same time!
They also make geat christmas presents! Also please share this information out to anyone you think might be interested. Order your copy now!
Major Mazda Update #8POSTED BY Sandi Wilson ON Dec 03 2014.
I completed my monthly evaluations of the volunteers in the weekend and I'm happy to say most were performing well above standard. However one of the volunteers on Sunday has given me some concern. Their 'pat-to-clean' ratio was woefully off and I had to wait a FULL 10 minutes in between them cleaning cages to give me a pat. You can be assured I fully intend to take this up with management!
Major Mazda Update #7POSTED BY Sandi Wilson ON Nov 19 2014.
Major Mazda reporting for duty! After lots of bad weather recently this last Sunday actually provided some sun... and you can be sure none of us cats allow a good patch of sun to go to waste! I myself even took some time out from my duties to do a bit of basking!
Some people even came in to visit looking for a new friend and I think they took quite a shine to me! So, while nothing is official yet here's hoping I may have to pass my spokes cat torch on to another cat!
Major Mazda Update #6POSTED BY Sandi Wilson ON Nov 03 2014.
My again, your favourite spokes cat - Major Mazda! I will begin this report with a little reminder that this Wednesday is Guy Fawkes - which I personally find quite a scary time. So please make sure your cat and dog friends are safe and sound inside.
Major Mazda Update #5POSTED BY Sandi Wilson ON Oct 22 2014.
Hello everyone, well it's been a mostly quiet fortnight for me and the other cats at the cattery. However the news is...it is now well and truly kitten season and we have 5 tiny babies in the nursery who arrived in the night!
I have included some photos of them so make sure you click through to read up all about the antics at the trust this fortnight!
August's Happy EndingPOSTED BY Sandi Wilson ON Oct 17 2014.
We always love hearing about how previously adopted cats are doing and of course it's wonderful seeing photos of them happy in their homes! Here is one updated recently received regarding August.
We adopted August from you guys late July 2014, at first he hid and was scared but over time with all the love and treatment we have given him you could see his trust build in us...
Penny is Missing!!POSTED BY Sandi Wilson ON Oct 06 2014.
Our beloved cat has gone missing, she is a young black and white girl who answers to Penny and is approximately 8 months old.
She was lost in the Longford Park Dr area of Takanini.
Her micro chip #900108001581774
Major Mazda Update #4POSTED BY Sandi Wilson ON Oct 06 2014.
For those of you who don't know, it was World Animal Day this weekend (specifically the 4th Oct) and I thought I'd show you a few photos of what me and my fellow Cats In Need Trust cats got up to.
In other news our little Brook has been adopted with Phantom! I'm super excited for them in their new home! Also I have decided to make Nippy our latest Cat of the Week, a friendly, ginger man who loves to get pats, so keep an eye out for him.
Major Mazda Update #3POSTED BY Sandi Wilson ON Sep 21 2014.
To be honest I've found this fortnight rather tiring (I'm not exactly a young cat) and there have been moments where I've very much felt like retiring. I admit I have on occasion had to had a wee nap mid-patrol!
Hopefully this is just the rainy weather talking and once we start getting some sunny days I will feel less like spending the whole day in bed!
Major Mazda Update #2POSTED BY Sandi Wilson ON Sep 15 2014.
Hello Everyone, Major Mazda here with my second update from the Cats In Need Trust. We have some good news to report, three of my fellow cats have recently found forever homes - Endora, Triad and Mona.
I'm very happy for them and it's good to have them out from under my paws, giving me more time to patrol without constant interruptions.