TNR means Trap Neuter Return, this is vital for getting and keeping stray cat populations under control. We all know that stray cats are a problem in many places and some of us help out by feeding them which is awesome but then we cannot always afford to get them fixed and so the population grows. Animal Rescue Network New Zealand is committed to TNR as the most effective means of population control and we hope to be able to help as many people as we can to spay and neuter these cats.
We don't have a shelter, our kittens and cats getting fostered in our private foster volunteers homes. Our fosterers work voluntarily for ARNNZ, looking after kittens and cats, until we find a forever home.