Entries by KSPCA

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Tyson is a four year old Rottweiler. His days have been spent in a shed, let out at night when the humans were in their house. So he has had very little human contact. The landlord of the property asked Tyson’s owner to find another place to stay, so the KSPCA came to take Tyson […]


A Month in the Life of a KSPCA Field Officer

By Paul Mufunyi, KSPCA Field Officer FEBRUARY 2017 FIELD REPORT I began the month of February by rescuing a dog which was hit by a car in Kariobangi. The dog was reported to us after two days.  The person who reported it took the dog off the road and made a shed and gave it […]


Why Does My Cat… Bite Me When I Pet Her?

It’s a conundrum, for sure. One minute your beloved kitty is over the moon with pleasure as you scratch her favorite spot and the next thing you know you’re left staring at tooth marks on your arm. You’re not the only one suffering. Many pet owners call this common behavior “Love biting,” but feline behaviorists […]


5 Ways You Can Help End Pet Homelessness

Many pet lovers know that overpopulation is the greatest challenge facing pets in and no matter how many times we read the numbers, it’s hard to think about all those pets who don’t find homes. But together, we can solve the problem of pet overpopulation. We’re working hard to help the pets who don’t make it […]

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Marabou Rescue

We were asked to remove the Marabou storks nesting at KICC as they were making a mess in the car park. We had to remove the nestlings and make sure the tops of the trees were cut so the adult birds could not perch. This was carried out on 5th July 2015 and was a […]


Charity Art Auction

KSPCA requests the pleasure of your company at our Charity Art Auction at Purdy Arms Karen! Click to download the invite Ksh. 1,000 per person which includes a catalogue and canapés Cash bar Welcome Drinks 2.00 pm The auction will start at 2.30pm Viewing at Purdy Arms Karen from 1 February 2015 RSVP admin@kspca-kenya.org Vicky […]