HUHA (Helping You Help Animals) Charitable Trust, New Zealand’s leading NO KILL animal shelter urgently needs rebuilding!
Woo hoo, whoop whoop and all that! Exciting times – FIRSTLY our Manakau land has sold with an unconditional offer!! SECONDLY we have gone unconditional on the purchase of the Haywards land. We are so excited, we will never outgrow this spot, and will even be able to provide the community with an off-leash forest Park to use and enjoy! And THIRDLY to complete our puzzle of growth, we have also been given the go ahead to take possession of the Stokes Valley Vet Clinic, a family run business that has been loved and admired by its clients for around 40 years. We hope to continue to be an asset to the community and make Ian and Lorna proud as we take over the business in the coming weeks.
So watch this space. Your generous donations are being put to great use and continue to be needed and appreciated – please consider HUHA and the difference we are making to so many animals when you are in a position to donate. Contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or ideas or want to be involved. See https://www.facebook.com/HELPREBUILDHUHA/
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.
HUHA (Helping You Help Animals)
Charitable Trust: CC47396
ANZ 06 0529 0764879 00
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Suzie is 7 months old – she hasn’t been in this world for long but she is making the most of everything. She loves it!!! “What a good idea the world is” says Suzie.
Suzie is a happy, busy puppy, checking things out, helping everyone with the chores, playing with her mates, discovering everything. She is Christopher Columbus (we don’t tell her these things have already been discovered).
Think bright, healthy puppy and that’s Suzie. It’s busy, busy, busy and then Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz. Check out her profile here. Do come in and meet her. Her phone number is (04) 392-3232 and her email address is email@example.com. Her people will organise an appointment for you so you can have your own private delight session.
I love the grass. I am not food. My name is Molly.
Molly was one of 75 beautiful rabbits rescued by HUHA from meat farming. HUHA bought the rabbits, their cages, the whole shebang – so that these rabbits could be spared, so that no one else could use the equipment for rabbit farming and, due to the ghastly state that the rabbits were in, to bring to the attention of the government the lack of regulation on this cruel practice.
Molly was never handled, she was not known, she was nobody. The cages were wire frames with an A4-sized piece of wood on which the rabbit could sit, grow, wait. When the cages and rabbits needed cleaning, they were hosed through the wire.
When Molly and her fellow survivors came to HUHA, they were terrified. Animals that had never been handled had to have all their physical problems assessed and triaged, nails clipped, wounds cleaned – it was very hard for them. They were patched up and cleaned kindly, they have been spayed and neutered, they are intelligent, playful, curious and properly engaged beings again. They have a past though and that means learning trust and the strange concept of respect and patience from humans – qualities they haven’t known before. They are hilarious, they are all different in personality, they are cautious.
Molly and her sister Woppi live in foster care. Molly is interested in being stroked and told she is a superstar of extreme awesomeness. Woppi is a sniffer – not so interested in such blandishments but has struck up a good relationship with the next door neighbour’s cat. Both permitted a fostered chicken to visit their abode and look through the rooms. They love their life, they love being rabbits.
We need patient, kind, respectful beings to adopt our once-abused, intelligent, peaceful beings. This is the core work of rescue – and an opportunity to learn and love. They are not ready-made pets – they need to learn to come to you and be stroked and tickled, as Molly has. It is such a privilege to make that possible and watch the change.
If you are interested and would like to hear more about what is involved, please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org. We have advice, we can send you out a fact sheet, you are part of the rescue.
Learn about how HUHA was founded, our history, our permanent residents and successful missions. Learn more >
HUHA has a variety of domestic and farm animals available for adoption to dedicated and loving homes. View adoptable animals >
Community is the backbone of HUHA. There are many ways to get involved and help the animals. How you can help >
Check out the latest HUHA animals which are available for adoption. View all – cats, dogs, farm animals, horses and rabbits >
Addictionwww.nznaturalpetfood.co.nzAddiction has joined us with their grain-free, made in New Zealand, ethically- and sustainably-sourced, delicious and high quality dog food!
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.
HUHA relies on the generous donation of our supporters to enable us to do our important work. Our organisation is run 100% by volunteers so all donations go towards helping the animals. You can donate via bank transfer to: ANZ: Huha Charitable Trust 06 0529 0764 879 00 Please contact us to confirm your deposit, you may also wish to allocate your donation to a certain animal or project. We will send you a receipt and thank you letter on receipt of your deposit Thank you for your support and enabling us to help you help animals