What kind of work do the SPCA do?

What kind of work do the SPCA do?

We provide a safe haven for sick, injured, abandoned and abused animals. We give them love, care and a roof over their heads until we can find them a new forever home. SPCA is the only charity with the legal powers to help animals in need and bring animal offenders to justice.

What work does the SPCA do in South Africa?

The Cape of Good Hope SPCA is the oldest South African animal welfare organisation, determined to prevent cruelty to animals and educate others in the process. They also partner with law enforcement and veterinary services, operating within an enormous 11 000km² radius.

What services does the SPCA provide?

The Montreal SPCA provides lost and found services for animals, recruits foster owners and is responsible for investigating reported animal abuse or neglect. The SPCA also houses and re-homes animals seized during cruelty investigations, provides low-cost sterilization for cats and dogs,…

What are facts about the SPCA?

Our mission is to,by all lawful means,prevent cruelty,promote kindness to and alleviate suffering of animals.

  • We were established in 1824 as the SPCA – Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
  • The RSPCA is a registered charity in England and Wales and only exists because of public donations.
  • Our patron is Her Majesty the Queen.
  • What type of animals does the SPCA take in?

    Paws With a Cause Every year, the SPCA takes in millions of cats and dogs that are abused, lost, or unwanted. Although many of these animals find new homes or are reunited with their owners,…

    How does the SPCA help out the community?

    SPCA International provides financial support at the local level by awarding grants to selected animal welfare organizations. These grants make a big difference to struggling shelters, in the U.S. and worldwide, and help to improve physical conditions, enhance spay and neuter programs and ultimately reduce euthanasia rates.