As a young puppy, she was tied up in the backyard for who knows how long. Cold, hungry, and alone.
Dumped in a park when she was only 6 weeks old, Shadow came into this world unloved and afraid.
10-year-old Timmy was surrendered to SPCA after his owners were unable to care for him.
Tama was 5 years old when he was hit by a car and rescued by SPCA.
Kera was rescued by SPCA Inspector Sam after people expressed concerns for her leg.
Tesla was found hopping the streets with uneven teeth and a large wound on his back, but once he was rescued he thrived in the care…
Misty was rescued by an SPCA Inspector with two other dogs
Molly and Oscar were rescued by SPCA after their mum was hit by a car.
Bon Bon and Badru were adopted separately from SPCA, but are now a beautifully bonded pair.
Willoughby was brought to SPCA by an Inspector, hoping to find a second chance at a new life.
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.
When SPCA inspectors arrived at the breeder’s property, they couldn’t believe what they were seeing.
Fearless friends – Daisy and Diddly’s tale of survival
Rescued and rehabilitated after being chained up and left to starve.
Ayla is very special to many SPCA staff members
Minty and Sage are a mother and daughter duo who didn’t have a great start to life.
Reggie was surrendered to SPCA by his owner as they weren’t in a position to provide him with the stimulation he needed.
Last year we received a call from someone who had found a cat caught on a barbed wire fence.
Betty and Ethel were found in shocking and filthy conditions by an SPCA Inspector.
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The SPCA New Zealand Team