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

18 hours ago

HOME NEEDED: Please help find new forever homes for my fur babies. Miss Emz on the red blanket is very loving and cuddly is 9 years old desexed and microchipped Darth the big 9 kg cat on the floor is also 9 years old and is a big sooky ( scared of fireworks ) doesnt like to be picked up but loves being lovingly rubbed roughly around the face and back he will come to you for loves .also desexed and microchipped. Can be housed seperately as they dont get on even tho they lived together for 8 years she hisses at him and when he is bored he will attack her cheekily which has her screaming lol . I hope you can help my phn number is 0272914654 . Thank you ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

First Aid for Your Pet and First Aid for Wildlife Having a good working knowledge of what signs to look for to determine if your animal's health is at risk is a very helpful investment. By observing your animal's vital signs regularly when they are healthy will help you to detect an abnormality. Wednesday 15 March 7 – 9 p.m. Historic Village Tauranga Bookings essential: 07 5787054 or info@holisticvets.co.nz Cost is $10 donation to ARRC Wildlife Trust ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

Four beautiful kittens are now looking for their loving forever home. Two girls and two boys. All approx 14-16 weeks old. LISTED - Tuesday 21st Feb 2017 To discuss their adoption and to make an appointment please phone Teena 07 552 5028 Bethlehem. Thank you 🙂 All ARRC kittens come - * De-sexed * Microchipped & registered with NZ Pet Register * First vaccination given * Wormed & fleaed * Full vet check * Adoption Fee - $115 ... See MoreSee Less

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