Little old lady Doris was found wandering the streets alone.
Ziggy and Stardust were adopted by their new loving family from SPCA’s Waikanae Centre and have settled in extremely well already.
One day this blue-eyed flemish giant hopped up to a member of the public to say hello. When they realised Bruno was lost, they brought him…
Teddy went from rags to riches in just a few months at the SPCA.
OJ came to us as a scared and timid little kitten, and she took a few months to get used to her new environment and people.
Hi SPCA! Last year you helped my partner and I find a lady for Puddles, our one-eyed lop bunny.
We adopted Rupert and Penelope and we are in love.
We just wanted to give you a little update on our Lily dog, who we adopted two weeks ago (she was known as Juicy before we…
We welcomed the gorgeous Quinto into our home a few months ago.
We adopted Rhemi from the SPCA about six weeks ago. She is the most gorgeous, loving little girl.
I adopted Queeny (we’ve renamed her Leia – always wanted a Star Wars name for a kitty) a couple of weekends ago from the SPCA.
Morgan had been at the SPCA for nearly a year and a half waiting for her forever home.
We just wanted to send across some photos of our lovely new cat, Milly, who we adopted nearly 3 weeks ago.
At the end of August last year I adopted Mr Scruffs, now called Teddy, from the SPCA .
Belle, her mum and siblings were rescued by an SPCA Inspector.
I just wanted to let you know that our recently adopted cat Doris is doing well with us.
We adopted Pinga and Pingu yesterday. Thank you to everyone for doing an amazing job – caring for these animal in need and helping them find…
Little Eli is so at home with us. He takes over the pillows in bed at night, and loves running around after his toys during the…
Soot (now Nina) has settled in beautifully with our little family. She is a very happy, intelligent, funny and regal cat.
On the 22nd of December we adopted ‘Pickles’ who has now been renamed ‘Rafiki’.
We adopted Jetson last year as a companion for our Samoyed dog Ghost.
Peanut the goat was rescued by an SPCA Inspector after he was found in a bad way.
Somehow we managed to find the most perfect kittens for our family from the SPCA.
Minty is fine and likes to sneak inside our house.
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