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Future plan for pets
This article covers useful information to consider when planning for the future for your pets. These are important things to consider, in case a time comes when you are no longer able to care for them.
What to do if you find a litter of kittens?
Kittens are one of the most vulnerable populations in our Centres but did you know that coming into the shelter straight away is not always in their best interests?
What to do if your pet goes missing
Losing your pet can be a very distressing time for owners. Thousands of animals become lost or go missing from their home every year.
What to do if you find a healthy stray animal?
SPCA has limited resources and space within our Centres, so we must prioritise the intake of sick, injured and vulnerable animals. If the animal you have found is not sick or injured there are some things you can do to help. We have provided some tips and advice below.
What to do if you need to rehome your pet?
Sometimes people find themselves in the unfortunate position of being unable to keep their pet. We realise that making the decision to rehome your pet is an extremely tough one and it may be for reasons out of your control.
What to do if you find an injured bird or fledgling?
During this time, we receive hundreds of calls from the public who are concerned about a baby bird they have found out of its nest and we have a large influx of baby birds being brought into our centres.