To look at problematic situations that are, or could be, detrimental to an animal and find a safe solution. To always think outside the square. Through education and leading by example, the team of HUHA volunteers aim to empower and inspire people in the community to get involved and do right by animals.
To date we have been actively involved in finding safe outcomes for thousands of animals including:
Three monkeys we retired from the circus.
Thousands of battery hens liberated from factory farms.
The liberation of Piggy Sue for the Mike King Factory Farmed Pig Campaign on TV3’s Sunday.
Rehabilitated 300 fairy Prions that were exhausted after a storm.
Relocated 150 homeless animals from Christchurch during and after the Earthquakes.
Rescued 21 captive bred Kaimanawas from slaughter.
Liberated 30 Beagles from an Animal Testing Facility.
Re-homed 15 elderly greyhounds from a closed racing facility.
Rescued, rehabilitated and re-homed thousands of community animals in need, including companion and farm animals.
Rehabilitated and released 100’s of native birds.
Four monkeys with nowhere to go after a zoo closed
Eight wallabies with nowhere to go after a zoo closure
Petitioning Parliament - Leave Animals Out of Legal High Testing (May 2013)
Marching against animal testing for legal highs - NZ's largest animal welfare protest
Assisted the Wanganui Pound with stopping the use of the gas chamber