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THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE SPCA IS NO KILL SHELTER

We dream of the day when the SPCA can close their doors for good because that would mean that only responsible individuals own animals, that all companion animals are sterilised and can’t breed indiscriminately, that everyone has adopted a pet as opposed to supporting a breeder and that there have been enough good homes to go around, that all puppy…

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PAPA 2018

PAPA update to the welfare of working animals. As the leading proponent for animal welfare and the society for the prevention of cruelty towards animals in South Africa, the SPCA enforces and upholds the current legislation that demands all animals are to be treated humanely and receive the necessary care required to prevent undue suffering and cruelty. The SPCA does…

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Qurbani Animal Care Guide

Qurbani Animal Care Guide The annual religious celebration of Eid-ul-adha (Eid of Sacrifice) is soon to be observed by the local Muslim community, with Qurbani commencing from the 22nd of August 2018 (depending on phase of the moon). The Cape of Good Hope (CoGH) SPCA calls on those planning to slaughter sheep, goats or cattle to follow these strict guidelines…

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Win a ‘thank you’ gift for your birthday

Our new birthday competition is a monthly lucky draw for SPCA supporters celebrating their birthday in that particular month. Enter now and you could win a gift voucher for your next birthday! The competition is open to Cape SPCA supporters over the age of 18 and is completely free to enter. You can enter at https://capespca.co.za/spca-birthday-competition/ or simply send an…

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#DontMakeMeFight Campaign bears fruit

Thank you to all those who have supported our efforts to stamp out organised dog fighting. Your contributions help create awareness, fund rescue operations, and ensure that those engaged in this barbaric ‘sport’ are brought to book. In just over one month, the Cape of Good Hope SPCA has been made aware of no fewer than four cases of dog…

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Meet Max and Nadia

Max and his owner, Nadia, live on the streets and share a very special bond. Despite their unusual lifestyle, Max is in very good condition; in fact, Nadia is known to go without food herself if she only has enough for one. So you can imagine her distress when she woke up one morning to find her best friend in…

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Drought takes its toll

Horses, cows and sheep starve as wells dry up, fodder prices sky rocket, and fields of natural grazing turn into barren dust bowls. After three dry years, and months of severe water restrictions, there’s not one person in Cape Town who has not been inconvenienced by the lack of water. But whilst we may find water restrictions inconvenient, they are…

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Behind the Scenes

Ever wondered what it’s like behind the scenes at the Cape of Good Hope SPCA? Every year we hold a special ‘open day’ at our SPCA, where invited guests can see exactly how a gift in their Will can greatly impact the lives of animals. Through inspiring talks by staff members and a behind the scenes tour of our facilities,…

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A new era dawns at the Cape of Good Hope SPCA

2018 heralds a new chapter in the history of our SPCA, as Inspector Moyo Ndukwana takes over as CEO from Allan Perrins. Over the years, the Cape of Good Hope SPCA has been blessed with strong leadership – and we have the greatest faith in newly appointed CEO Mqabuko Moyo Ndukwana’s ability to further cement our organisation’s reputation as the…

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Chico finds his happy tail

Life can change in the blink of an eye, it’s said. And though it took a little longer than that for the dreadful wound round Chico’s neck to heal, his life has changed beyond recognition. Within a few weeks he went from a neglected, miserable dog, living at the end of a chain, to a beloved and spoilt family pet!…

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Water for life

Thanks to our loyal supporters, we are ready to collect every precious drop of rain that falls – and build sustainable reserves to safeguard the future of animals throughout the Cape Metropole.   Response to our Drought Relief campaign has been nothing short of overwhelming! With your support, we’ve been able to install six new 5 000 litre rainwater tanks,…

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