Call of the Wild Lions

South Africa has a rich diversity of flora and fauna and is a destination of choice for eco-tourists and sports hunters as well as being a source of wild animals. As a result of their monetary value and the need for their keepers to conform to provincial conservation and national legislation, wild animals are perhaps better cared for than most, although their most basic need – freedom – is denied from them. Therefore recommendations for improvements at all facilities inspected form part of our ongoing strategy to uplift the lives of wild animals in captivity.

National issues and problems are addressed through the development of standards for the benefit of animals within the wildlife industry. We are also active in providing welfare input into national and provincial legislation which control wild animal use.

Activities include – wildlife rescue operations, lobbying to outlaw unethical practices, monitoring of conditions in zoos, sanctuaries and rehabilitation centres, elephant-back safaris, captive predator facilities et al through pro-active inspections and complaint investigations.

Your donations help all South African Wildlife:

  • R50 will buy materials to construct a re-usable temporary chameleon transport cage
  • R150 will buy a small net to catch small birds during rescues
  • R200 will buy a small re-usable animal transport cage
  • R300 will buy a bottle of sedative drug that is used to dart wild animals in need
  • R800 will buy a scope for the Wildlife Protection Unit’s dart gun

We prevent cruelty, promote kindness and alleviate the suffering of animals.

Reporting animal cruelty to your local SPCA directly will ensure that the animal is reached faster

Donate to the NSPCA

SMS the word CARE to 38018.

Each SMS costs R25 (Network & Admin Fees Apply).

Promote the welfare of all animals by taking one of our Pledges.

Contact the NSPCA

6 Clark Road, Florentia, Alberton Johannesburg, South Africa
Phone: 011 907 3590


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