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Whangarei Leader Pet of the Week

Kittens

We have a lovely selection of kittens available for homes in our cattery. If you are looking for a new family friend or companion, come on down to the Whangarei SPCA.

Your new kitten will be desexed, have a microchip, have been treated for worms and fleas and will have had several vet checks. This is all included in the adoption fee of $100.

If you rent you will need a letter from your landlord to say you may have a pet on the property. You also need a cat cage to take your new pet home in, if you don't have one we do have them available in our shop. 

We need your help please - SPCA Street Appeal is coming in March this year and the Whangarei SPCA is looking for people who can spare a couple of hours to help the animals. Dates we need helpers are Tuesday 6th, Wednesday 7th, Thursday 8th and Friday 9th of March 2018. Please email sue.mcdonald@spca.nz or give me a call on 0273440629 Thanks so much.

Come visit us at Kioreroa Road, Whangarei or phone (09)4389161 (NZ)



Thank You so much to our Major Sponsors!

   
       

 

The Whangarei SPCA at a glance

Our centre is open 9am to 4pm Monday to Friday, Saturday and Sunday 10am to 3pm. We are located at 143 Kioreroa Road, next to the ReSort centre and Cowleys Party Hire.

The Whangarei SPCA inspectorate covers an area from the Brynderwyns across to the Kaipara Harbour, up through Dargaville to just south of Kaikohe, to Waiomio south of Kawakawa, then back across to the east coast (to just north of Whangaruru North).

Around 3000 animals are brought to our centre annually, and each year we investigate around 900 animal abuse complaints. Our Inspectors are on call 24/7 for investigation of animal cruelty and neglect and accidents & emergencies.

We receive a small amount of funding from the Government towards welfare investigations, but no financial help from Whangarei District Council, the Northland Regional Council and are not eligible for Lotteries Grants

We could not exist without volunteers and donations from the public!