04/10/2018

Rabies in animals and humans

Rabies in animals and humans explained: The following facts about Rabies, obtained from the World Health Organization, explains the disease, how it is spread, and how […]
04/10/2018

Choosing a Dog

WHEN YOU DECIDE TO ADOPT A DOG This is very different to choosing a gift that can be switched off and packed away when the novelty […]
04/10/2018

Cruelty on the Internet

Sickening Sights – Facebook and Internet What can be done? The National Council of SPCAs is often called upon “to do something about” a photograph or […]
04/10/2018

Pangolins

Pangolins (Ietermagog) are described as odd animals that are seldom seen in the wild. This is a mammal covered in dark grey-brown scales which cover the […]
04/10/2018

Juno, the Rescued Brown Hyena

On 26 September 2013, Inspector Wendy Willson of the NSPCA’s Wildlife Protection Unit was instrumental in the safe capture of the juvenile brown hyena that had […]
04/10/2018

Skins n Things

Ever given a thought to the life of the zebra whose skin you’ve just walked over, or the porcupine whose quills you’ve added to your African […]
04/10/2018

Animal Hoarding

Click here for our fact sheet on Animal Hoarding Is it a case of do-gooders gone wrong? Who or what exactly is an animal hoarder, the […]
03/10/2018

Choose alternatives to dairy

The dairy Industry in South Africa (and all over the world really): Did you know: Just like people, cows must give birth in order to produce […]
01/10/2018

Magic Fish

“Magic Fish” are fish eggs imported from Asia. They are packed in very small bowls and all the purchasers need to do is add water and […]
01/10/2018

Fish memory

Fish DO have a good memory and can even be sneaky Fish do not have a three second memory and are in fact quite cunning, according […]
07/09/2018

NSPCA Introduces new blog

The NSPCA is proud to announce that we are starting a blog! Our blog will cover any and all topics to do with animals, whether domestic, […]
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