Annual Appeal 2016

Please collect for our Annual Street Appeal 11-12 November

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Prevent & Report Cruelty

Mezza was horribly injured when SPCA Inspector Margarette found her. She was frightened, hungry and in desperate need of medical attention. You can help rescue animals like Mezza.

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Life-saving Veterinary Care

We provide life-saving medical care to sick, injured and abandoned animals in need. Last year we performed over 5,000 operations, saving lives and easing the pain of animals in need.

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The Difference You’ve Made

4,813 animals came through our doors

The Difference You’ve Made

Over 37,000 people participated in one of our education programmes

The Difference You’ve Made

 Over 2,500 desexing operations performed

The Difference You’ve Made

 Over 4,500 animal rescue calls outs

The Difference You’ve Made

2,750 emergencies attended

The Difference You’ve Made

1,078 animal welfare complaints investigated

The Difference You’ve Made

4,750 animals received a clinical examination

The Difference You’ve Made

2,750 required vaccinations against disease

The Difference You’ve Made

4,813 animals sought shelter and care

The Difference You’ve Made

1,833 animals were provided temporary foster homes

The Difference You’ve Made

977 people volunteered their time to help care for animals

The Difference You’ve Made

261 properties were inspected for canine adoptions and animal foster homes

The Difference You’ve Made

78 animals were removed from their owners due to inadequate care