As a young puppy, she was tied up in the backyard for who knows how long. Cold, hungry, and alone.
Reggie was surrendered to the 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.
Dame Judy the goat was rescued by an SPCA Inspector after she was found on the ground unable to move.
Denver was left chained to an old wooden kennel in a back yard. She was alone, starving and absolutely terrified.
Ed was abandoned when his owners moved out of their property, leaving Ed hungry and alone in the living room.
Eddie had a scary start to life. He was dumped in a cardboard box with three other bunnies and left in the rain.
When SPCA staff met little Flick he was tiny, in a poor state and his fur was crawling with hundreds of fleas.
Before arriving at the SPCA, Lily had spent most of her life on a chain and was desperate to see more of the world.
Poor Lulu suffered from cat flu. Her runny nose, weepy eyes and body aches were left untreated.
SPCA Inspector Maria recently found Macy skinny, weak and fighting for her life.
When an SPCA Inspector received a call that a little Shih Tzu dog desperately needed help, he rushed to bring her to safety.
When young animals arrive at the SPCA, it is all hands on deck to ensure they survive.
Living a life on the streets had been tough for Popeye. He arrived at the SPCA with a ruptured eye and a very badly injured tail.
Serena was just a puppy when she found. Her ribs were protruding due to malnourishment and she had trouble walking because she was so underweight.
Teddy’s story starts with him on the side of the road, alone and in pain. He was just a puppy and had fractured legs, and dislocated…
Two mixed breed pigs arrived at the SPCA after being seized by Inspectors when their original owners moved house and left them behind.
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The SPCA New Zealand Team