KSPCA appeals for more donations from well wishers

The Chase Bank is now open for business but unfortunately as our money was in a fixed deposit account, we still have no access to it. KSPCA was so very grateful for the enormous support we got when the bank closed but the funds are now depleted, though our work demands are still there.

We are still appealing for funds to help us through this difficult time.

  • To donate online via Paypal (Dollars) or SimbaPay (Euros), follow this link –>>Click here to donate online.
  • To donate via M-pesa Go to MPESA, Select Lipa na M-PESA, Enter Paybill 891300 Account KSPCA
  • To donate via AirTel Money Go to Airtel Money, Select Make Payments, Pay Bill, Other Business Name MCHANGA, Reference KSPCA
Demolition house with a dog

Demolition house with a dog

Many people think that KSPCA is a shelter that makes money from rehoming dogs and cats and that is the sum total of our work. Which is far from the truth. Much of our work is response and rescue, some of which is risky for our staff. None of it earns us any income and having rescued the animals they have to be treated and found new homes. When demolitions or disasters occur, often the animals are left to their fate and KSPCA moves in to help. One very risky incident was when a block of flats down Mombasa Road was being demolished, a passer by noticed a dog on the 5th floor peering out and barking. He phoned KSPCA and our staff rushed down to the rescue. Work was halted, our men were warned that the building was now in a dangerous state, but they felt they had to try to reach the dog. They climbed what was left of the staircase which was crumbling under their feet and when they reached the 5th floor the dog was very glad to see them. He was rather weak which was a good thing as they had to manoeuvre him down those dangerous stairs. He recovered quickly and soon found a new home. We often wonder why and how he ended up there.

Checking the animals in Sinai after the fire

Checking the animals in Sinai after the fire

We have also rescued two dogs that managed to strand themselves down the side of an artificial lake and could not get back up. Our staff member had to be tied with a rope and gingerly slide down the slope and catch them with a dog catcher. They were then taken to the shelter, though we never found the owner and they were rehomed.

Karen Club Dam Rescue

Karen Club Dam Rescue

Dogs falling down pits is a regular occurrence and our staff are now skilled at rescuing them. The most unpleasant is if they fall down a pit latrine, but they do not shirk their duty.

Pit Rescue in Waithaka

Pit Rescue in Waithaka

We also monitor slaughterhouses and are fighting to have livestock killed humanely which sadly is not the usual case. We also go to the rescue of sick and injured donkeys from around Nairobi area.

Awating slaughter, overcrowded

Awating slaughter, overcrowded

All this costs a lot of money and because we get support from animal lovers we can do all this work. What would happen to all these animals we help, if we were not there?

  • To donate online via Paypal (Dollars) or SimbaPay (Euros), follow this link –>>Click here to donate online.
  • To donate via M-pesa Go to MPESA, Select Lipa na M-PESA, Enter Paybill 891300 Account KSPCA
  • To donate via AirTel Money Go to Airtel Money, Select Make Payments, Pay Bill, Other Business Name MCHANGA, Reference KSPCA
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