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About

The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, SPCA (HK)

Founded in 1921, the Society forthe Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Hong Kong) is the longest-standing animalwelfare organisation in Hong Kong and the region which rescues, rehabilitatesand rehomes the largest number and species of animals in Hong Kong.

 

The SPCA (HK) has been dedicated to promoting humanetreatment to animals and the prevention of animal cruelty through education,promotion and implementation of various programmes for decades. We have longbeen committed to spreading the message of RESPECT FOR LIFE BEGINS WITH CONCERNFOR ANIMALS, with the aim of building a caring and compassionate communitywhere humans and animals can co-exist harmoniously.

 

99% of the SPCA (HK) funding comes from the operation ofveterinary services, membership fees and public donations. In spite of limitedresources, we continue to launch different new initiatives to enhance animalwelfare, including finding forever homes for homeless animals and promotinganimal birth control through various programmes that allow owned,loosely-owned, and stray animals to be desexed at an affordable price or evenfor free. In addition, the SPCA (HK) also operatesseven animal clinics, an animal welfare vehicle and a mobile clinic withseveral of them equipped with surgical facilities to provide care for companionanimals throughout Hong Kong.

 

SPCA (HK) will soon enter its centennial anniversary. Tocope with the increasing and diverse demand from the society, we have embarkeda new construction project in Tsing Yi to expand our facility andcapacity.  The future developments of theSPCA (HK) rely heavily on the support of the community, and your generousdonations will help us to continue our work in animal welfare promotion as wellas raising the public’s awareness on respect for life.  


HOW DOES THE SPCA ACT TO ACHIEVE THESE AIMS?

The SPCA believes that animals deserve our protection, compassion, and respect. We aim to prevent their suffering wherever we can through:

  • Rescue of abandoned, sick and injured animals.
  • Operating an Inspectorate to rescue animals including wildlife, help enforce animal welfare laws and initiate prosecution of offenders.
  • Providing low-cost desexing for cats and dogs to prevent unwanted litters.
  • Rehoming abandoned and rescued animals.
  • Hospitalisation of homeless animals whenever possible, providing necessary basic veterinary care, treatment of disease or major surgery.
  • Helping to control the animal population by working within the community on programmes to desex loosely owned and feral animals, territory-wide.
  • Monitoring of food animal welfare standards.
  • Lobbying and working with the government to bring about improved animal welfare legislation.
  • Public education on responsible pet ownership and animal welfare concepts.