We have had an isolated indecent of Canine Distemper in our kennels and as a precautionary measure we are closing the Kennels department for the next 2 weeks to make sure all animals are healthy when going home. We apologise for the inconvenience but we feel this is in the best interest of these animals. The situation will be reassessed at the beginning of September. For further information, please contact our Adoptions Centre on 021 700 4152 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Animal Centre’s full of hundreds of beautiful cats, dogs, kittens and puppies – as well as other animals such as horses, ducks, rabbits and budgies – so you can be sure of finding the pet that's exactly right for you. Click the blocks alongside for just a small selection of pets available right now.
Or pop into our Animal Centre in Grassy Park to meet them face to face!
Dedicated kennel staff aim to match furry friends with loving and
Working hand-in-paw with our animal behaviourist, they assess the temperament of each animal to see what kind of owner would suit them best.
That’s good news for families with young children, the elderly – in fact, anyone who really cares about finding the perfect pet. Click here to see what others are saying about their new best friends!
More good news is that your SPCA friend is prepared for his or her new home by being sterilised, vaccinated,
de-wormed, microchipped and given an ID disc.
And ... if you adopt now ... you'll get a free bag of Hill's Science Plan pet food to take home with your new dog or cat.
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