Giving Animals a Second Chance

Giving Animals a Second Chance

Welcome to the Nelson SPCA in Nelson, New Zealand

Each year the Nelson SPCA provides shelter to around 2,000 animals in need. These animals arrive at our centre for reasons including neglect, abuse, lost or stray and unwanted animals. Here at the Nelson SPCA we re-home hundreds of animals, provide educational advice on caring for animals and respond to complaints about animal cruelty and neglect.

Latest News & Events

Scaredy Cats Needing Foster Care

Wednesday, February 20, 2013 - 11:28

This is Teddy and Molly, a brother and sister who are around 5 months old. They came to us a wee while ago and have come out of their shells a bit but are in need of some extra time and attention to make them feel safe in the world.
We are in need of people who have a secure spare room in their home and the extra time to spend with these types of cats to help them get ready to find homes of their own. If you feel you can provide this please get in touch with the Nelson SPCA on 547 7171 for further details, we'd love to hear from you!

Nelson SPCA Open Day 12th November

Thursday, October 27, 2011 - 13:59

November 12th, 2011
10am – 2pm

SPCA Shelter, 379 Waimea Road

To coincide with our Annual
Appeal week, 5th – 11th of November
We are having an OPEN DAY
Fun for the whole family!

Gold coin entry for the day, parking at The Reformed Church, Enner Glynn

We will have....

Wellington SPCA - What to do with baby birds

Friday, September 2, 2011 - 11:07

September 1, 2011
Topics: Campaigns
What to do with baby birds
Each year we receives hundreds of calls from members of the public who are concerned for baby and young birds that they find. In the majority of cases these animals are not in need of any extra care, and in fact have a much better chance of surviving to adult hood if left in their own environment. To help you decide what to do if you find a bird you are concerned about, we’ve compiled a list of 10 key points concerning baby and young birds.

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