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During 16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children we are also reminded of the abuse taking place against animals on a daily basis, and encourage everyone to step in and take action. Visit our website here for more ways to help combat cruelty towards animals: [ Nspca.co.za Link ]
#SayNoToAbuse
A National Farm Animal Protection Unit Inspector recently conducted inspections in the Free State. An intensive dairy was inspected. Welfare concerns were addressed in the past with regards to calves not having shelter when confined. The dairy farm in question rectified the situation by erecting shelter for outdoor confinement. Holstein Friesland cattle are very susceptible to heat, therefore...
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A National Farm Animal Protection Unit Inspector recently conducted inspections in the Free State town of Ladybrand. A few kilometers outside the town are informal piggeries. The NSPCA has conducted previous inspection at these sites. Lack of shelter, pigs confined in muddy conditions, lack of drinking water and poor housing materials used to construct enclosures were just some of the problems...
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A National Farm Animal Protection Unit Inspector recently conducted inspections in the Free State province. Hawking of live birds alongside roads is commonplace and practiced in almost every town. These birds are normally end of production birds which are also referred to as “spent hens”. Larger birds that are sold are normally end of production breeder birds often referred to as “Cornish...
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During 16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children we are also reminded of the abuse taking place against animals on a daily basis, and encourage everyone to step in and take action. Report animal cruelty to your nearest local SPCA: [ Nspca.co.za Link ]
#SayNoToAbuse
Inspectors from NSPCA, King Williams Town, Amahlathi and East London SPCAs monitored and assessed the horses, transport, and facilities at the Berlin traditional horse race on 26 November 2016. The SPCA Movement opposes horse racing although it is not illegal. We continue to liaise with the organisers of these races to ensure that welfare is top priority during these events.

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Today is #WorldAIDSDay: Cats can contract Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV), which is also commonly known as Cat AIDS. This infectious disease, caused by a retrovirus belonging to the lentivirus family, is in the same family as the feline leukemia virus (FeLV) and is similar to the HIV virus in humans. FIV infects both domesticated cats, lions, tigers, pumas and cheetahs. Read more here: [...
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When you are travelling through our beautiful country this festive season to spend quality time with your family and friends please don’t return home with any extra luggage in the form of wildlife.

If you come across a tortoise in the road, please help it across the road in the direction that it was headed. If there are fences, help it over the fence and let it be on its way and free.
RESCUE OF ZEBRA – IN GERMISTON
The Wildlife Protection Unit of the National Council of SPCAs responded quickly and efficiently on Monday 28 November to assist a stray zebra mare, reported as roaming in the Germiston area, close to the Rand Airport. A representative from the SPCA in Germiston was initially dispatched to investigate and the zebra was located: - grazing on a golf course! A close...
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We all have our part to play in being kind and teaching kindness. We can all make a pledge to make the world a better place. Say no to violence and yes to kindness
#TuesdayTips for helping your companion during this heat wave