The Tshwane SPCA was founded in 1910 and operates in terms of the SPCA Act of 1993 that governs all SPCA’s in South Africa. 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 objective is to serve and protect all animals, to uplift their welfare and to ensure that the protection they have under South African law is upheld and respected.
Tshwane SPCA covers approximately 6200 km2 and it stretches as far as Centurion, Bronkhorstspruit, Hartebeespoort, Temba, Soshanguve and Bela-Bela. We have two Animal Care branches located at Waltloo (Silverton) and Centurion respectively; we receive stray and unwanted animals, and act to prevent cruelty to animals, 24 hours a day; 365 days a year.
In 2018 alone
- We attend to more than 38 000 animals. In:
- The Inspectorate responded to 1600 cruelty complaints, issued 450 warnings, and conducted 1460 inspections;
- We sterilised 1388 animals;
- We conducted over 200 education interventions and community outreaches;
- We rehomed 1050 animals and reunited 170 with their owners.
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