Queenstown Cat Rescue

7 kittens find homes at adoption day

7 kittens find homes at adoption day

Seven families welcomed new additions last weekend, after the second Kitten Adoption Day for the year, run by the Queenstown Cat Rescue Trust.

Purr-fect result

Purr-fect result

Queenstown Cat Rescue trustee and co-founder Ruth de Reus (left) and trustee Mayumi Rowcroft hold two of the five kittens given new homes by Wakatipu residents during the trust's first kitten adoption day this year, at Mrs de Reus' Fernhill residence on Saturday.

Kitten adoption day plan

A ''very busy'' kitten season has kept Queenstown Cat Rescue occupied with caring for and rehoming kittens.

Supporting cat rescue

Supporting cat rescue

They say never work with children and animals but on Saturday pupils from Queenstown Primary School volunteered their time and raised more than $250 in aid of the resort's stray and rescued cats.

58 take up free cat desexing

58 take up free cat desexing

The response to a month-long cat desexing campaign has been "staggering", one of the organisers, Ruth de Reus, says.

Desexing of cats offered

Desexing of cats offered

Come the first day of spring on Saturday, up to 150 Wakatipu and Cromwell cats will be the subjects of a free desexing campaign.

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