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Cheltenham Cat Rescue Inc

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Cheltenham Cat Rescue Inc

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A'Beckett ST VIC

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About this organisation

Cheltenham Cat Rescue (CCR) commenced rescue operations in June 2015. After fostering for a number of years with other wonderful rescue organisations – and learning about the companion animal issues across Victoria and Australia – CCRfounder Natasha  thought she could add further value by setting up her own rescue organisation, the idea being to assist in the rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming of cats within the Melbourne community.


 


Working collaboratively with other rescue groups, councils and pounds across Melbourne,  Cheltenham Cat Rescue focuses on rescuing homeless cats and kittens in need.  Homeless doesn’t always mean the pound though. Whilst it is true that many of our cats can come from the pound, we also receive calls from members of the community regarding homeless cats wandering onto their property as well as calls for help from people who can genuinely  no longer care for their cats, for one reason or another.


We are an all-breed cat rescue organisation, staffed entirely by volunteers and funded only by public donations. All funds raised go straight back into helping the cats and kittens in our care. Our survival as an organisation relies on the network of our volunteer foster carers who assist in the provision of temporary homes whilst forever homes are found. Without these carers, rescue organisations like CCR would cease to exist. All cats/kittens rescued are fully vet worked before being rehomed. We are not a shelter and as such, we  do not have a centralised location. All adoptions take place via an adoption application process, the aim being to find the purrfect match between human and feline.


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