SPCA adoption corner
THERE are many dogs and cats, puppies and kittens up for adoption at the Richards Bay SPCA.
All have either been surrendered or brought in as strays.
Anyone wanting to adopt an animal can contact the SPCA on 035 7532086, or visit them at their premises in Bayview Boulevard.
Strict adoption procedures apply. Prospective owners must complete an adoption application form, after which SPCA inspectors undertake a property inspection.
If approved, the following fees apply adoption fee for a dog is R750 and for a cat R550.
Please note this is a once-off fee which includes your new pet’s first 5-in-1 and rabies vaccinations, it will be de-wormed, sterilised (if older than six months) and given a SPCA identification tag.
For pets adopted at younger than six months of age, a sterilisation contract applies.
The SPCA is always in need of donations, whether food, money or items that can be sold in their shops on the monthly market days.
Anyone who wants to donate can take their items to their premises in Meerensee.
This adult male labradorcross-ridgeback was brought in to the Richards Bay SPCA as a stray after being found in Hluhluwe
This adult male Jack Russell was picked up as a stray and has been at the Richards Bay SPCA since mid-March
This is one of three adult Yorkies available for adoption at Richards Bay SPCA. The two females and one male were picked up as strays
This beautiful four-year-old female staffie was recently surrendered to the Richards Bay SPCA. She has a lovely nature, but has some trouble getting on with other females. She is looking for a loving home
This cute seven-month-old male cross breed has been at the Richards Bay SPCA for about six weeks and is desperate to be adopted into a loving home. He is playful and has a lovely temperament and would make an ideal family pet
This adult female Ridgeback-crossGreyhound was earlier this month surrendered to the Richards Bay SPCA and has a gentle nature
This male cross-breed named Max is only 10 months old
This beautiful, energetic six-monthold female Husky cross has been at Richards Bay SPCA since mid-March after being picked up as a stray. She has a lovely nature and would make an ideal family pet