Rescue Revive Rehome is a non-profit organization serving the Bay of Plenty area dedicated to finding loving homes for animals through rescue, foster care, veterinary services, adoption and education. Animals have a special place in our lives and in our hearts. Whenever we encounter a lost, abandoned, neglected, or abused animal, we feel it is our civic and humane duty to RESCUE and SAVE that animal. We recognize they are intelligent, sensitive beings that deserve a long, happy life, we make that possible every time we rescue an animal. Knowing that they will be healthy and loved in a permanent home is the best reward. Our primary goal is to rescue and rehabilitate these animals in loving foster homes until they are adopted into their permanent homes.
Many of our animals have had a long road to recovery before they can find their forever homes. Because we choose to rescue those animals that need us the most, some of our animals are being treated or have been treated for serious conditions. We have nursed those that are extremely emaciated, those diseased with parvo, those with broken limbs, and those whose spirits have been broken so terribly that they need to be taught how to feel love and know trust.
Through all of this, our hearts have been broken by the few that have not survived despite our efforts. But our hearts have also been filled with joy as we have seen those animals that were once abused, abandoned, and forgotten begin to experience love and trust again or maybe for the first time ever. There is nothing so gratifying as seeing once sick and terrified animals in the loving care of their very own forever families.
We believe that all pets should be treated with dignity, respect, and kindness. We believe in showing compassion and working to rehabilitate abused and abandoned pets. At Rescue Revive Rehome we educate people and our communities about the importance of these principals as well as the importance of spaying and neutering to reduce the number of abandoned pets.
Successful Rescue Revive Rehome adoptions depend on multiple and strong relationships with committed volunteers, foster homes and local veterinarians. Through these relationships we are able to rescue a lot of animals every year, provide them with loving temporary care, and find them well-matched, carefully screened forever homes.