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LIFE'S BETTER SHARED

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THE SPCA SPEAKS FOR, PROTECTS AND CARES FOR ANIMALS

Be warned: this video depicts one of the worst cases of sadistic cruelty we’ve seen, and involves children. If you’d rather not see it – or read any further – before you go, please donate here to help us keep up our humane education efforts – to help prevent more cases like this.

There is a well-documented link between childhood cruelty to animals and later criminality and violence. To  learn more about studies that reveal “the link” between animal abuse and violence download  The Link Between Animal Cruelty and Human Violence

This video shows how important our education programme is, in order to not only protect our animals but our children as well. Humane education can break this cycle of violence and replace it with one of compassion, empathy and personal responsibility. It is for this reason that our Education team works tirelessly to change the way that children view animals. During the last financial year, we worked extremely hard at preventing exactly this type of incident. 11 299 children were exposed to our education programme in 125 schools in the areas of Nyanga, Cross Roads, Delft, Mitchell’s Plain, Gugulethu, Phillipi, Atlantis and Pelican Park.

Please support the SPCA’s continuing efforts in humane education. For Sophie’s sake – and for the sake of our children – please act now. To learn more about the SPCA Humane Education programme please click here

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Kids at Humane Education Show



ADOPT FROM THE SPCA

One of the rewards of adopting a rescued animal is that you are saving a life and giving a deserving animal a new home. At the Cape of Good Hope SPCA we believe that life is better shared, and the best expression of this is to adopt a pet.

“They say all dogs go to heaven, but not all people do…”

Myra is a small gentle dog, but when her family was in danger, she didn’t hesitate to protect them. Myra placed herself between a gun and her family, taking a bullet that shattered her leg to pieces.

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Media enquiries: 0217004154 | belinda@capespca.co.za

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