All companion animals that come into NRAS' care are supported through our foster care system while they undergo assessment and all veterinary work.

Our dedicated volunteer carers provide love, understanding and shelter whilst exposing and teaching these surrendered, and sometimes traumatised, animals to live a normal pet life.
Our animals remain with their foster carer until a permanent, loving home becomes available and are all de-sexed, vaccinated and microchipped before their adoption is finalised.
In order to adopt an NRAS animal, you must first complete an adoption questionnaire which will be reviewed and assessed by the NRAS team to match animals with suitable adoptive families.
All prospective Adoption visits and meetings with our NRAS representatives are by appointment ONLY.

To view animals that are currently in NRAS' care, go to:



Saturday 3 July

10:00am - 1:00pm

61 Piper Drive, Ballina

** Due to COVID restrictions Appointments Required **

Call 6681 1860