Our SPCA Inspectors, Field Officers and rescue teams work on the front line every day, rescuing animals who have been in an accident, abused, neglected, abandoned or caught up in natural disaster.
There are thousands of animals around New Zealand who find themselves in harm’s way each year. These animals need someone to intervene on their behalf, to rescue and care for them, to ensure they can live the life they deserve.
Inspectorate and ambulance drivers
It is SPCA’s Inspectorate and ambulance teams who are the first port of call when animals have been the victim of deliberate cruelty, abandoned, lost, or in an accident.
SPCA Inspectors and Field Officers are at work every day ensuring the protection of New Zealand’s animals. They cover the whole country, from Cape Reinga in the North to Bluff in the South.