The Humane Society of New Zealand

null
ADOPT

Cats & dogs looking for forever homes

These cats & dogs are in need of caring owners dedicated to ensuring their needs are met — always! Our volunteers ensure they find the best home for our rescues.

ADOPT »

null
DESEX YOUR PET

Neuter and Spay — the only way

We believe desexing pets is the single most important way to prevent  unwanted animals. If you need financial assistance to desex your pet, we can help.

DESEX YOUR PET »

null
DONATE

Help us help animals

There are several ways you can help animals. You can become a Member of the Humane Society, a volunteer, or a foster home. You can also donate or leave the Society a bequest .

DONATE »

Since 1975, we’ve been rescuing, rehabilitating and finding forever homes for cats & dogs.

The Humane Society of NZ advocates desexing as the primary way to prevent unwanted animals. As a not-for-profit organisation, we rely on private donations, bequests, and memberships to fund our work.

ADOPT A PET

These animals are in need of a home

Daisy

AGE

5 months

SEX

Female

BREED

Domestic tortoiseshell

DESEX

Yes

Status

Available

Daisy is best with an all adult household as she is a little nervous

Sadie

AGE

5 months

SEX

Female

BREED

Domestic tortoiseshell

DESEX

Yes

Status

Available

Sadie is a lovely friendly girl who loves her toys and cuddles

Gypsy

AGE

18 months

SEX

Female

BREED

Corgi x Collie

DESEX

Yes

Status

Adopted - 25/04/24

Gypsy loves tummy rubs and going for walks, but can be jumpy when excited.

ADOPTED PETS

Happy Tails

Scott

It’s been 3 years since we got this guy from you he continues to live the life! From street life to country life, cuddles, forest walks and cuddles galore he loves life with our our other Border Collies Thanks for rescuing “Arlo” who is now Scott

Ali

I adopted Ali about 2 and a half months ago from the Humane Society, she is a Staffi cross, was 6 months old when I got her, and she is also deaf.

Bacio

These are a few photo’s of the inseparable couple – they absolutely love each other.   We have ended up calling him Bacio ( meaning “kiss” in Italian) as he seemed to respond better than Nacho .   Thank you so so much for rescuing our little boy-  it does not bear thinking about what…

NEWS & EVENTS

Keep up to date with us

Auction of Pottery pieces to support the Humane Society

The wonderful South Island artist Jim Cooper has donated a number of his pottery pieces as a fund raiser for the Humane Society, Many many thanks to #whitespacecontemporaryart for facilitating this. Auction is on TradeMe here https://www.trademe.co.nz/a/search?member_listing=8375210 You can see the pieces for auction at Shop 8, Ponsonby Central, Auckland from today (14 November) until…

READ MORE

Become a member of the Humane Society of New Zealand

Donating and becoming a member will automatically sign you up to receive newsletters so you can keep up with everything The Humane Society of New Zealand is doing. Fill out a form to join our cause.