Freya Byrt is an undergraduate student in the Bachelor of Applied Science Degree at Unitec. For her final year project, Freya is investigating stray cats within Central Auckland. This research aims to better understand the attitudes of people, including cat owners, stray cat carers and the general public, towards stray cats and to collect accurate GPS locations and abundance of stray cat colonies within Central Auckland. This study is purely investigative, and there is no intention to interfere with or remove any cats. You can help me with my research by sharing your opinions and knowledge in this short survey: https://survey.zohopublic.com/zs/BjRE5m
I’d also appreciate it if you could share the above information with interested parties in newsletters, group emails, or on your social media.
Thank you for taking the time to read about this research. Your contribution makes it possible.
This survey is taking place during June and July 2021. If you live in the area, Lynfield to Otahuhu, please log on and complete the survey now. Regardless, please send it round to all your friends and relatives in the area. We need a massive response. Many thanks.
Stray Cats New Zealand Trust is dedicated to rescuing all stray and abandoned cats and kittens in New Zealand. We wish to end their suffering, and find them a good home with responsible owners.
See pictures of rescued cats and kittens on our Rescued Cats page below.
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Very best wishes to all,