Our January 2014 newsletter is out!
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Sunday, March 2nd, 2014 from 10am - 3pm
Stray or abandoned animals found roaming the streets, or animals left to fend for themselves when owners move house and leave them behind, make up most of the population of dogs and cats in our shelter.
The KSPCA is the shining light in Kenya for the domestic animals that play such an important part in third world living.
Tragically the animals in the third world are often left with no protection or voice to support their cause and end up abused and neglected through lack of knowledge and education.
The KSPCA is that voice and light for those animals that often suffer more abuse than humans.
The KSPCA’s aim is to encourage donors from both the private and corporate sectors to support the work we do towards animal care and protection whilst dispelling the view that people must come first and that human well-being has no connection with animal care and protection in the third world.
Despite minimal funding we undertake to rescue, home, treat, control/steralise & above all educate both adults and children in the joys and rewards of caring properly for their animals, be they domestic or part of the work force.