Cat Rescue Christchurch Charitable Trust is located in Christchurch, New Zealand, and focuses on reducing stray cat overpopulation by using the trap, neuter, return (TNR) method. Stray kittens who are under 8 weeks of age are socialised, desexed and rehomed.
Cat Rescue Christchurch also promotes the desexing of companion and stray cats whom people are feeding, and the early desexing of kittens before being rehomed from any adoption facility.
Cat Rescue Christchurch relies on donations from generous people to fund its work. We do not have a shelter but instead have volunteers who foster and socialise our cats and kittens in their own homes until they are ready for their forever homes.
Over 3000 cats have been desexed or rescued and rehomed by Cat Rescue Christchurch since our organisation was founded in 2006, preventing many thousands more unwanted cats from being born.
News & Events
Need a Sparky?
Lizzie from EW Electrical is generously donating one third of her profits to Cat Rescue, when referred by us! So give her a call about your electrical needs and mention Cat Rescue. Phone Lizzie on 0272247578.
We need more kitten/cat food so we’re running a food drive! Can you donate some? We need:
Kitten wet food pouches
Adult wet food pouches – to feed our TNR (trap, neuter & return) cats after surgery
To donate please Contact Us. We have a few drop-off points around the city.
Download our cat food drive poster and put one up at your workplace.
Water View Cars Ltd generously donated $100 to Cat Rescue for every car sold in June. They raised an amazing $1400 for stray cats. A big THANK YOU to Water View Cars for their wonderful support.
We’re selling Entertainment Books to raise funds for cats. It’s not too late to order your 2015/2016 book or app! Anyone in NZ or Australia can order through us.
Please see here for more news and events.
Help Us Spread The Word!
Download and/or print Cat Rescue Christchurch’s flyer here and share with friends, family, workmates and neighbours!
Cat Rescue Christchurch has downloadable posters for you to help us spread the word about the plight of stray cats. Please download, print and place around town on noticeboards or ask to put them in shop windows.