The Navajo Animal Rescue Network (NARN) is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization. Our mission is to rescue stray, homeless, and unwanted domestic animals that roam Kayenta and the surrounding communities, and provide a temporary, yet safe environment as well as needed medical care. We will rehabilitate those in need, provide shelter and/or foster care for them, and in the end, find loving forever homes for as many animals as humanly possible. We will also assist with the needed care and rehabilitation of small and large livestock animals. NARN will independently work to improve the public awareness concerning humane treatment of animals along with responsibility issues including the offering of a low-cost sterilization program. All involved with NARN will make a personal commitment to provide humane sensitivity and compassion for all the needs of these precious animals that cannot help themselves.
NARN is compromised of board members & volunteers who are animal lovers living on the reservation in the planning stages of building a humane & no-kill animal shelter. NARN is currently working with the Kayenta Township to secure a plot of land to use to build this shelter. Although we know it may be a year or two before we get the NARN shelter up and running, every contribution to this goal of building the shelter helps. Please consider a tax deductible contribution today. Thank you! :)