Sponsor a gift for a shelter animal or buy a shelter animal a gift in lieu of a birthday, wedding or Christmas gift for an animal lover! Please email the details that you would like on the thank you note to donorcare@capespca.co.za

You can help the SPCA by sponsoring

Help out by sponsoring in any of these ways



Most of the animals surrendered to us or collected as stray have no vaccination history therefore all dogs admitted via the animal care centre receive the necessary vaccinations.


Name a Kennel

This is the average cost of providing a permanent structure which will house thousands of animals over the years as they await their new homes. Paying for the construction of a kennel entitles you to naming rights and makes for beautiful birthday, Christmas and wedding gifts!


Puppy Pack

Includes, vaccination, sterilisation, deworming, tick and flea prevention, shelter and care and rehoming


Veterinary Care

This is the average cost of secondary veterinary care that each animal admitted is in need of for e.g. minor wound care, medical care or the treatment of Sarcoptic Mange.


Tick and Flea Prevention

Animals admitted to our animal care centre are often riddled with disease causing parasites.  Each animal must be treated with a parasite control product in order to prevent infestation and the spread of parasites  from one animal to another.


Animal Rescue

This is what it costs us to rescue just one animal (domestic / wild) from a situation of abuse or cruelty or to respond to wild animals in crisis during natural disasters.


Shelter Care and Rehoming

This covers the costs involved in caring for the animals until they find their forever homes – Utilities, staff salaries and the cost incurred during the screening process.


Feed an Animal

Food is our biggest need.  We currently require 4 tons of dry dog food monthly in order to keep tummies full.


Deworming Medication

Untreated worm infestations can result in the death of an animal and can be transmitted to humans. At the Cape of Good Hope SPCA, we see terrible cases of worm infestation, this is something that is easily preventable.



Uncontrolled animal breeding results in animal over-population, cruelty to animals and places a strain on animal welfare organisations. All animals treated at the Cape of Good Hope SPCA / adopted from us are sterilised.  In addition to this, our Ani-Pals Programme has an extended mobile clinic component and offers a sterilisation service to pets of children in disadvantaged schools.

Contact Us

Get in contact with our team


1st Ave & First Road,
Grassy Park,
Cape Town, 8000

Our hours

Monday – Friday  8:00 – 17:00

Saturday  8:00 – 12pm

Sundays 8:00 – 12:00 (Emergency Only) 

Contact us

Phone: +27 21 700 4140 
a/h 083 326 1604
Email: info@capespca.co.za

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