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 SPCA.
Molly and Oscar were rescued by SPCA after their mum was hit by a car.
Bowie was only tiny when he arrived at SPCA in June. At only eight weeks old, he and his siblings needed to go to a loving…
Ellie was brought to SPCA with two other rabbits by a concerned neighbour. They were living in less than ideal conditions, were skinny, stained yellow from…
Cassie was found as a kitten, wandering the streets with no owner in sight.
Handsome Hamlet arrived at SPCA when his owner couldn’t care for him anymore.
Dixie and her siblings were brought to SPCA when a member of the public took their mum off the streets.
After arriving at SPCA, Bella has since found her second chance at happiness. Every day is filled with love and happiness with her new family!
Nick and Waititi were rescued by SPCA Inspectors after they were found living in unsuitable conditions. Now these two elderly dogs are living their golden years…
Maia was recently adopted from SPCA and has flourished into a cheeky and confident dog.
Chocolate and River arrived in SPCA's care through no fault of their own. After months of waiting, their new family walked through SPCA's doors and the…
Brodie arrived at SPCA in a bad way and with a severe injury to his leg. Our vet team made the difficult decision to amputate it…
Riggs journey at SPCA wasn't an easy one. It would take multiple surgeries and months in SPCA's care before he would be ready for a forever…
"She wants all the pats from everyone in a room."
"Rodger the rooster is a beautiful noble bird."
Skye was originally found homeless in the bush with no family or home to call her own.
"Lulu is the sweetest, cuddliest cat we could have asked for."
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…
She is super nosy and always has to know what is going on…she’s quite the cat socialite.
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