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Barking News / PoteNuus
Featured in our March 2018 Issue:
- Opening of the Julie Blair Cattery
- Fleet replacement campaign
- Livestock Available for Adoption
- Donation by Techmed Africa
- Wag a Walk Fundraiser: 21 April 2018
- Melrose House Museum Fair: 01 May 2018
- News from our Inspectorate
- Charity Bins – Become a Drop-Off Point
2018 Wag a Walk Fundraiser
Come and join us on Saturday, 21 April 2018 at Smuts House Museum Irene for a fun filled early morning walk!
This is the Tshwane SPCA’s Wag-A-Walk fundraising event and we’re going all out!
2018 Steri Campaign
Our goal is to complete a minimum of 100 steries per week.
This year Tshwane SPCA will once again embark on a Community Outreach Sterilisation Drive of companion animals (cats and dogs).
" The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated. "
Tshwane SPCA covers approximately 6200 km2 and it stretches as far as Centurion, Bronkhorstspruit, Temba, Soshanguve and Hartebeespoort.
As an animal welfare organisation we acknowledge all animals as sentient beings and strive to prevent their cruelty and exploitation. We aim to achieve this by proactively promoting animal welfare, enforcing animal protection legislation, and prosecuting offenders.
Our mission is to maintain a high profile within the community through visibility and interaction. We strive to do so by deploying competent personnel who project enthusiasm and commitment, supported by education and community outreach programmes.
We are open weekdays Mon-Fri 08h00-16h30, Saturdays 08h00-12h00, but we accept animals 24 hours a day.
Waltloo Animal Clinic: Open Mon-Fri 09h00 – 13h00. Saturdays, No consultations (only deworming and vaccinations).