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Inspectorate cases

Inspectors to the rescue

Above are just a few cases of cruelty and neglect investigated by our Inspectors.

And the reason we can respond to dozens of reports like these every day – and rush to the aid of distressed, abandoned, sick and injured animals – is YOU.

Animals can count on our Inspectors to stand in their defence only because 'ordinary' folk care.

Government doesn’t fund the SPCA ... animal lovers do. Which is why we ask you to please support your SPCA, by making a donation right here, right now.

Our Inspectors’ devotion and determination are given freely. But their rescue equipment, petrol, and other essentials come at a price.

Laws exist – thank heavens – to protect animals. We have a dedicated team and enough experience and expertise to handle practically any situation involving pets, livestock, and wildlife – including birds and reptiles!

What we don’t have is any guarantee of funding every month. This is why every cent you donate is so greatly valued.

SPCA Inspectors always go the extra mile to reach animals in distress ... will you support them now?

Your generosity is the reason we can protect animals – it is the only reason we can answer their cries for help, day and night. Please help us to keep doing that, by making a donation now.

Latest news

No need to fear stray dogs in Cape Town.

The CoGH SPCA sent a letter to the editor of the Mail and Guardian newspaper in response to an article published in their paper on 19 August.


Tales for Tails at the Cavendish Square Charity Book Sale.

Its time for the annual Cavendish Square Charity Book Sale where the Cape of Good Hope SPCA will be selling hundreds of books from 28-31 August on the Lower Ground Floor of the mall at bargain prices.


The CoGH SPCA issues an important reminder to pet owners to vaccinate their dogs against Canine Distemper.

The Cape of Good Hope SPCA (CoGH SPCA) today issued an important reminder to pet owners, particularly of dogs, to vaccinate their puppies and dogs against Canine Distemper (CD). This comes after the society has experienced an increase in the amount of CD cases recently.


Introducing the 2014 SPCA Royal Canin Mutt and Meow of the Year

Cape Towns most handsome hound and feisty feline have been found! The 2014 SPCA Royal Canin Mutt and Meow of the Year are: Shaggy (Mutt) and Tigger (Meow), announced at a prize-giving ceremony held at the Cape of Good Hope SPCA (CoGH SPCA) premises in Grassy Park on Friday 15 August.


The IMPI Challenge 2014
If you think you have what it takes to rough and tumble through 18 obstacles, then we challenge you to take up the Impi Challenge on 18 or 19 October 2014.  [more...]

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