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Animal abuse in New Zealand must stop. If you are aware of someone abusing animals you should report it to the appropriate local authority immediately.

 

If you have concerns about repercussions there is a form below you can complete to report animal abuse to authorities via this website.  Your report will be passed on to the appropriate local authority for investigation with all of your personal details removed.

Your privacy is important to me. Unless I am required by law, I will not share your personal information with any person, authority or organisation.

I won’t contact you for any reason, this includes providing updates in relation to your report so please ensure you include all information in the form below. If there is not enough information your report may not be investigated.

Abuse of this facility including malicious reporting of fictitious events will be taken seriously and may be reported to the authorities.

 

Add details of the alleged animal abuse. Be specific e.g. names, addresses, times/dates, what you observed