30 days ago

Waikato, Taupo, Nukuhau Street, SPCA AID 507892, Domestic Short Hair x, Tabby, Male

NZCAR Support from New Zealand Companion Animal Register

If you think this could be your lost pet, please phone SPCA or visit the SPCA Centre without delay. Please note that ages listed are estimated only and may not be the actual age of the animal advertised.
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All animals entering SPCA’s care are held for 7 days. After 7 days unclaimed, a stray animal may be rehomed by the SPCA (animals who are severely injured or sick and suffering may be euthanised).
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CONTACT US BY PHONE (for fastest response). Phone SPCA on 07 378 4396 - please find current opening hours here: www.spca.nz.... State the Animal ID Number (AID) in the title of this ad.
Alternatively, visit the SPCA Taupo Centre at 131 Centennial Drive, Tauhara. Note down and bring the Animal ID Number (AID) in the title of this ad for the animal you feel may be a match for your pet.
Please DO NOT EMAIL the centre in response to this advertisement.
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If you are reclaiming your pet, please bring a form of photo ID and any proof of ownership you have. You will also need to bring a carrier for your cat or small animal as we will NOT release them to travel in a car unrestrained. There may be a reclaim fee to cover costs incurred while your animal has been in the care of SPCA.
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For advice on how to find your lost animal visit www.spca.nz...
Gender: Male
Age: 8 weeks

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