Because every tail deserves a happy ending…

Happy Homings, Happy New Year!

Possibly the best part of everything we do at the SPCA is our Happy Homings.

To see the joy on the faces of the new families and the sheer delight of the animals they adopt makes all the blood, sweat and tears worthwhile. 

Many of the animals who come through our doors have been rescued from situations of such diabolical cruelty it is hard to imagine.

Others have endured traumas such as abandonment, bereavement from a deceased and beloved owner, getting lost and finding themselves stray… their hearts beat as ours and they feel emotions just as deeply. 

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Going home: Louis wasn't in adoptions long... Off to exciting new beginnings
Vasco ready for travel to his new home...
Carmen came for a visit
Chocolate labby-cross, Ava off to her new family home
Timmy going home
Sasha arriving home
Sasha first day at home. She is settling in slowly and has THE most amazing garden to explore.
Sasha's dream garden
Kenpachi (previously Charlie the giant GSD pup) and Marley the senior sausage loving their home
Delilah going home!
Elijah (inspectors confiscation case) and Roxy sending xmas greetings... They're such a happy pair
Elijah and Roxy - full of smiles
Razor - what a good boy!
A very sleepy Zara: Love at first meeting ❤️
Zara the inspector case rottie pup, loving home life
Zara at home
Gracie the dear little Maltese is so loved already
Blossom won her new mom's heart with her cute personality, a real lovebug. Found as a stray, unclaimed
Bye, bye special senior Bikkz was adopted by a wonderful, kind family friend after Bikkz's previous owner sadly passed away.
Bye, Gracie!
Sweetheart Sally, the little Africanis... Found her family home... Very happy. Sally going home. She was so excited she could hardly pose for a photo
Bye, Willow!
Loving life... Senior Marley at home
Fabulous Flo, off to her new home shared with her new humans... twin kids for her to play ball with
Teddy, adopted a few years ago simply having a wonderful Christmas time
Nox, who was rescued from a puppy seller by our Inspectors, has grown into such a handsome boy
Timmy, the wire terrier pup who was handed in as unwanted has now been adopted and catching up on sleep and tons of playtime with his new family
Lily the cat off to a new start. New mom very excited

Marco off to live a wonderful, happy life with a big dog friend on a farm. He’s in for lots of adventures.

Read Marco’s Story

Kylie, adopted by the family found her as a stray. She is doing very well with her canine companions and living her best life

“We adopted Tazz, now called Jessie 2 weeks ago. She is doing so well, has settled in nicely and we just love her to bits. Thank you so much for the work you guys do at the SPCA. Kind regards Rod, Marika & Jessie Buchanan.”

“Calendar Girl” Mona adopted 2 years ago during lockdown came to say hello to everyone and show off her new haircut and how happy and loved she is….

Mona was featured in September in our 2022 calendar
Mona was featured in September in our 2022 calendar
And lastly dear boy Hunter (inspectors confiscation case) wishes everyone a happy new year. He's the best good boy
And lastly dear boy Hunter (inspectors confiscation case) wishes everyone a happy new year. He's the best good boy

Thank you to all our adopters and if anyone is ready to welcome a new pet into their hearts and homes, please do give us a call on 0217004152 or email at

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    Nox, who was rescued from a puppy seller by our Inspectors, has grown into such a handsome boy

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