Thank you for helping pet owners from disadvantaged backgrounds to microchip, vaccinate and sterilise their pets!
The reduced cost of these services is subsidised by donations to our charity. Vouchers can only be used by disadvantaged people with a dog or cat.
In other words, affluent people cannot use the vouchers to pay for their pets.
What happens now?
We will be in touch via the email address you provided us, to get the correct vouchers to the correct people and their pets. If you haven’t heard from us in 24-hours, please check your spam or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
How it works
If a cat or a dog comes to the Mobile Unit to get sterilised, vaccinated or microchipped and their owner shows a CTPUP voucher, this means that someone sponsored them and the sterilisation, vaccination and/or microchip was already paid for. The person does not need to pay any further fees.
The vaccinations and microchipping will be done on-site at atFrits on the day, whilst the sterilisation will take place at the Cape of Good Hope SPCA.
Pick up and drop off for sterilisations
The animal to be sterilised will be taken on Wednesday with our Mobile Unit back to the Cape of Good Hope SPCA.
Once the procedure is done, the SPCA will bring the pet back to be dropped off at atFrits again that Friday. The owner can come and fetch their pet there.
Every Wednesday from 13:00 to 14:30
The SPCA Mobile Unit atFrits Dog Hotel and Daycare Centre Parking Area, 117 Castle Street, Cape Town.