Community Desexing Project Fund

By Tanya Joubert

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Community Desexing Project Fund

Project 2015-12-13 16:38:41 +1300

Sad cat

Why is this cat sad? This cat is sad because she has given birth to 4 litters of kittens since her own birth. She's sad because her kittens all got taken away from her and sad because those kittens ended up being killed. They were killed because of the overpopulation problem that comes with people not desexing their cats and dogs. Unfortunately, this is the sad reality for many dogs and cats born today. For years The Community Desexing Project in Invercargill have worked hard fighting this battle...

The Community Desexing Project in Invercargill is responsible for many, many spays and neuters in Invercargill over the last 5 years. The 2 vets and 1 vet nurse running the organisation volunteer their time whilst still working full time jobs. Their dedication and passion is phenomenal. They've only ever charged enough to cover their consumables doing their desexing for very, very little in an effort to provide a service to even the lowest income families in Southland. 

Additionally, they work tirelessly (through their other non-profit Southern Cross Greyhound Adoptions) and ceaselessly rehoming ex-racing greyhounds in need of new lives and love but of course they desex them first....! 

Unfortunately, they've found out that an anaesthetic machine (vital to their services) on loan to them is needed for something/someone else. Sadly, this halves the number of animals they can desex. An anaesthetic machine is typically in the region of $6,000 so the amount of money we need to raise is pretty substantial! That being said, it's time that the Southland community gives back to these three amazing people and helps them to attain all the equipment they require to do their tremendous work adequately, comfortably and safely. 

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Pledgers 23

Chelsy Nicole
2016-02-04 17:18:11 +1300
Bonnie Mager
2016-01-27 16:24:59 +1300
Briar Bennett
2016-01-19 14:18:47 +1300
Sarah Nutbrown
2016-01-15 17:00:52 +1300

"Good luck! Great cause :0)"

Hannah Simpson
2016-01-09 21:34:11 +1300
Holly Bennett
2015-12-27 18:00:52 +1300
Taylor Hanna
2015-12-22 06:51:56 +1300

"Dedicated to the spotty dog who rode hours to pick me up in Queenstown on a very cold night several years ago... and her growing family."

Belinda Rankin
2015-12-21 16:55:33 +1300
Anonymous pledger
2015-12-20 10:32:18 +1300
Rianta Belford
2015-12-18 09:51:55 +1300
Rochelle Kellor
2015-12-17 20:58:43 +1300
felix
2015-12-17 19:28:53 +1300
Michelle Colvin
2015-12-17 17:35:24 +1300

"A small donation by many can do good things. Thank you for helping my furfamily"

Anonymous pledger
2015-12-17 16:02:32 +1300

"You are doing an awesome job - good luck with raising the $6,000"

Anonymous pledger
2015-12-17 13:24:10 +1300
Victastic Short
2015-12-17 11:30:35 +1300
Ang Simpson
2015-12-17 07:49:47 +1300

"Keep up the fantastic work!"

Lori Bradley
2015-12-17 00:28:31 +1300

"You guys are AMAZING!!! Keep up the good work!!!!"

Rosalind Holland
2015-12-16 21:29:48 +1300
Vicky Henry
2015-12-16 20:37:24 +1300
Anonymous pledger
2015-12-16 20:24:01 +1300
bronwyn rabbidge
2015-12-16 19:57:06 +1300

"Excellent cause and the veterinary staff volunteer their time so freely and this will enable them to do more."

JonBoy
2015-12-16 18:37:05 +1300

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Community Desexing Project Fund

Project 2015-12-13 16:38:41 +1300

Sad cat

Why is this cat sad? This cat is sad because she has given birth to 4 litters of kittens since her own birth. She's sad because her kittens all got taken away from her and sad because those kittens ended up being killed. They were killed because of the overpopulation problem that comes with people not desexing their cats and dogs. Unfortunately, this is the sad reality for many dogs and cats born today. For years The Community Desexing Project in Invercargill have worked hard fighting this battle...

The Community Desexing Project in Invercargill is responsible for many, many spays and neuters in Invercargill over the last 5 years. The 2 vets and 1 vet nurse running the organisation volunteer their time whilst still working full time jobs. Their dedication and passion is phenomenal. They've only ever charged enough to cover their consumables doing their desexing for very, very little in an effort to provide a service to even the lowest income families in Southland. 

Additionally, they work tirelessly (through their other non-profit Southern Cross Greyhound Adoptions) and ceaselessly rehoming ex-racing greyhounds in need of new lives and love but of course they desex them first....! 

Unfortunately, they've found out that an anaesthetic machine (vital to their services) on loan to them is needed for something/someone else. Sadly, this halves the number of animals they can desex. An anaesthetic machine is typically in the region of $6,000 so the amount of money we need to raise is pretty substantial! That being said, it's time that the Southland community gives back to these three amazing people and helps them to attain all the equipment they require to do their tremendous work adequately, comfortably and safely. 

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We haven't made any updates yet, follow us if you want to be notified when we do.

Chelsy Nicole
2016-02-04 17:18:11 +1300
Bonnie Mager
2016-01-27 16:24:59 +1300
Briar Bennett
2016-01-19 14:18:47 +1300
Sarah Nutbrown
2016-01-15 17:00:52 +1300

"Good luck! Great cause :0)"

Hannah Simpson
2016-01-09 21:34:11 +1300
Holly Bennett
2015-12-27 18:00:52 +1300
Taylor Hanna
2015-12-22 06:51:56 +1300

"Dedicated to the spotty dog who rode hours to pick me up in Queenstown on a very cold night several years ago... and her growing family."

Belinda Rankin
2015-12-21 16:55:33 +1300
Anonymous pledger
2015-12-20 10:32:18 +1300
Rianta Belford
2015-12-18 09:51:55 +1300
Rochelle Kellor
2015-12-17 20:58:43 +1300
felix
2015-12-17 19:28:53 +1300
Michelle Colvin
2015-12-17 17:35:24 +1300

"A small donation by many can do good things. Thank you for helping my furfamily"

Anonymous pledger
2015-12-17 16:02:32 +1300

"You are doing an awesome job - good luck with raising the $6,000"

Anonymous pledger
2015-12-17 13:24:10 +1300
Victastic Short
2015-12-17 11:30:35 +1300
Ang Simpson
2015-12-17 07:49:47 +1300

"Keep up the fantastic work!"

Lori Bradley
2015-12-17 00:28:31 +1300

"You guys are AMAZING!!! Keep up the good work!!!!"

Rosalind Holland
2015-12-16 21:29:48 +1300
Vicky Henry
2015-12-16 20:37:24 +1300
Anonymous pledger
2015-12-16 20:24:01 +1300
bronwyn rabbidge
2015-12-16 19:57:06 +1300

"Excellent cause and the veterinary staff volunteer their time so freely and this will enable them to do more."

JonBoy
2015-12-16 18:37:05 +1300

Followers of Community Desexing Project Fund

This campaign was unsuccessful and finished on 19/02/2016 at 5:00 PM.