New Zealand’s leading ‘no-kill’ animal shelter
Helping you help animals (HUHA) is dedicated to teaching empathy to the community and providing shelter for those less fortunate animals that struggle to survive in today’s disposable culture. The sanctuary is fun and interactive in many ways, designed to encourage our community to be proactive and take responsibility for the welfare of animals and the protection of our unique environment. HUHA actively works everyday to find homes and foster care for a multitude of homeless, abandoned, seized and abused animals. We’re here to help you help animals.
Thank you to Royal Canin for keeping our shelter dogs tummies full
Learn about how HUHA was founded, our history, our permanent residents and successful missions.
HUHA has a variety of domestic and farm animals available for adoption to dedicated and loving homes.
Community is the backbone of HUHA. There are many ways to get involved and help the animals.
Check out the latest HUHA animals which are available for adoption.
Carol is a very special monkey, she was transferred to HUHA from a rescue Zoo that was closing its doors. When you look at Carol she is calm and majestic, she seems to accept her life in captivity, but our question is why should she? Carol originally came from a NZ Circus. A constant reminder of her time entertaining New Zealanders is that her thumbs have been amputated. (We think it was so she would not have strength if she grabbed at people?) In this photo taken on Sunday you will see Carol has a swollen black eye from slipping on… Continue reading >
Royal Caninwww.royalcanin.co.nzRoyal Canin do a wonderful job of keeping the tummies of our shelter dogs full with their high quality pet food.
Toyota New Zealandwww.toyota.co.nzToyota New Zealand generously provided a brand new Toyota Corolla to HUHA, as one of their 25 chosen recipient charities in New Zealand.
Jo Moore Photographerjomoorephotographer.co.nzJo Moore uses her wonderful photography skills to capture the beautiful personalities of our animals.
Eat.co.nzeat.co.nzEAT kindly donated the little yellow truck which motors up and down the North Island on important HUHA missions.