Dedicated to providing a safe haven for homeless and rescued animals.
Rescue. Revive. Rehome.
We help as many animals as we can, all ages, breeds and temperaments. We will never turn an animal away if we have the space and time to help them, although we are at full capacity most of the time and really rely on foster homes.
Reviving animals – bringing them back to health – usually starts by neutering, vaccinating and treating any medical issues. We then assess each animal and if needed, train out any unwanted behaviours and teach them the wanted ones. We do also of course spend a lot of time simply giving lots of love, hugs, and cuddles.
The most rewarding part of our work – making sure we find the right person for our animals, giving people all the information and training they need in order to give that animal the best chance at being happy and relaxed in their future homes.
EQUINE FACTS – DID YOU KNOW?
At any given time R.R.R. has 50+ or more equine in their care
The average monthly cost to rehabilitate 1 horse ranges between $400 – $4,000
R.R.R. volunteers work through sun, rain and ice to ensure horses are well cared for throughout all seasons.
CANINE FACTS – DID YOU KNOW?
That nearly 14,000 cases of neglect were reported to SPCA last year and out of 14,000 cases, only 44 made it to a court room.
The cost to a rescue to rehabilitate and rehome for an average canine neglect case ranges from $500 – $2,500 and does not include standard desexing, microchipping, vaccinating etc.
R.R.R. spends an average of $12,000 per month on canine vet bills alone.
FELINE FACTS – DID YOU KNOW?
There are an estimated 2.4 million feral cats in New Zealand.
R.R.R. rescue, rehabilitate and TNR (trap, neuter, release) approximately 500 feral cats per annum.
R.R.R. spends an average of $9,500 per month on Feline vet bills alone.