What We Do

Every day and in every way, ARRC Wildlife Trust aims to improve the well-being of our communities’ wildlife, animals and natural environment.

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Wildlife Rescue & Rehab

ARRC regularly cares for injured and orphaned native and non-native species of wildlife. ARRC has a credible, reputable and qualified team with many years of experience.
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BOP Community Cat Project

ARRC’s Community Cat Project is no longer running with the introduction of the new BOP Community Cat Project.
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Adopt A Pet

ARRC’s Adopt a Pet program aims to provide caring homes for loving animals that are homeless. As part of our commitment to the preservation of our natural environment…
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ARRC is a not for profit trust and is totally reliant on public funding. Without the support of our local community we would not be able to continue the work we do.
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We aim to educate children about environmental sustainability, conservation, animal welfare and responsible pet ownership.

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Latest News

4 days ago

Don't forget to book your tickets for Dr. Liza's seminar covering Vaccinations & Immune Support this Wednesday 27th July! Tickets cost just $20, which includes a Goody Bag to the value of $25, plus a chance to win some great Spot Prizes!! For more information and to book your tickets, visit www.drliza.co.nz/events :-) ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Home found - thanks everyone for sharing. Lovely pet rabbit needs a forever home. Can you give lots of cuddles to this lovely little lady? Contact Jody or Sue on 075787054 ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Blossom needs a home. She is a purebred British short haired cat. Approx 9years old. She needs a quiet home preferably an elderly person or someone with no children. She can be timid with new ppl. Ideally no other pets pls. She will make a great companion. Please call sue on 075787054 ... See MoreSee Less

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