We are FULL to the brim with felines for adoption! Spread the word to anyone looking for a new fluffy family member.
We have kittens and adults galore, who all so desperately want to move on to new homes. All of them are little characters and we have plenty with just the sweetest personality who would make all round family cats.
Are you able to be a hero and come and whisk one of our lovely cats away? Visit them today to see for yourself how puurfect they all are and make the feline team jump for joy!
Our Animal Village is at 50 Westney Road, Mangere, and we are open 10am-4pm, 7 days.
Now among the hundreds of people who have dontated to our relief effort I'd like to give a special mention to Steve at Edridge Earthmoving. I ran into him the other day while out looking at what was left of the Clarence Bridge. After seeing us on the news he gave me his card and said if I needed anything to give him a call. So today when we got word that half a dozen isolated families up at Waiautoa Station were using their own Dozer to punch a track out but were running short on Diesel, I put a call out to Steve saying I'd take him up on his offer. He rang me back 5 minutes later not only offering to lend a tanker but filled it up and sent her down with a guy to drop it off to where we needed it.
As access to this spot is a bit of a bastard we're getting it dropped in a tank on a Farm then we'll pack it around the slip on foot in the morning to where the Dozer is working. Once again thanks to Steve and Greg for dropping it off.
In one image, this confused, hurt little boy captures the absolute horror that continues to unfold each day in Syria, in full view of the world. The children that continue to be caught up in this conflict need more than our likes and shares, they need our help ➜ unicef.org.nz/syria
National’s “come-on-in” immigration door is hitting Kiwis hard, including the elderly. Twelve out of 20 DHBs haven’t got enough money coming in. The Health Minister has admitted the DHBs are struggling and the population boom is the problem. But it is burdening our DHBs by letting in 69,000 immigrants a year. Immigration adds the equivalent of the population of New Plymouth each year. Auckland DHB says many immigrants head to hospitals instead of GPs. Kiwis are being pushed further and further back in hospital queues. This is unacceptable.
Massive congratulations to the best half-back in the world and Highlander legend Aaron Smith who will take the field for his 50th test match tonight against Wales at Forsyth Barr Stadium! #Nugget #WeAreHighlanders
We meet here today at New Zealand’s Parliament in saddened circumstances which should not be happening. The tragedy of Pike River has been worsened by the aftermath of promises made to you that simply have not been kept. You want to re-enter the mine tunnel, and to the extent that circumstances allow, find out as much as can be discovered and, more particularly, bring out any of your men where that is possible. From the expert opinion which you have, and from generations of practical experience of the mining industry, you believe it is possible to re-enter. So does New Zealand First. You are not dissuaded by the bureaucratic, commercial and governmental roadblocks put in your way under the guise of protecting safety. Neither is New Zealand First. As in the past we offer our complete support for the families to find out what they want to know. That is the only honest, decent, fair and correct thing to do. As someone with some experience of working underground, in this case 11 miles underground as a “second-class miner” on the Snowy Mountains Scheme, and aware of some of the dangers, where on that project they lost a man a mile, I am that confident in the expert advice that you have that I am offering to be on the first party that goes back in.
It’s Blood Cancer Awareness Week and we want your help spreading the word. With 21,000 Kiwis affected, it’s important to recognise the signs so we can detect blood cancers earlier. Check out our blood cancer creatures to learn the symptoms: http://bit.ly/2ejSNWN
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