Environmentalist Gareth Morgan has offered to donate $5 to
the SPCA for every homeless cat they put down.
Dunedin teenagers learnt yesterday how they can lend a hand
at the Otago SPCA.
A large number of unwanted cats and kittens continue to be
dumped at the doorstep of the SPCA in Dunedin.
The sky is the limit - literally - for the SPCA's driving
SPCA Otago chief inspector Virginia Pine is ''extremely
disappointed'' in the sentence imposed on a Dunedin man, who
was convicted in relation to a ''very disturbing'' animal
Project Kereru's Nic Hurring, (left) SPCA Otago executive
officer Sophie McSkimming and SPCA vet nurse and animal
attendant Lisa Gerard release wood pigeons (kereru) on the
SPCA's grounds at Opoho this week.
The discovery of a dog and its pups abandoned without shade
or water in Kaikorai Valley, Dunedin, recently has created a
mystery the SPCA would like to solve.
Far North SPCA inspectors are appalled after discovering the
body of a cat shot seven times in the head with a nail gun.
Fireworks and bonfires will light up the sky this weekend at
Guy Fawkes celebrations in Weston and Waimate, but the SPCA
is cautioning residents to take precautions with their pets.
A catnap turned into a tiki tour for a Dunedin resident
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