Entries by KSPCA

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Love Your Pet Day

How’s your relationship with your favorite furry friend? Love Your Pet Day is a chance to show your pet how you really feel about him/her. There are various ways you can celebrate this special with your pet: a) Adopt a pet The ultimate way to celebrate ‘Love Your Pet Day’ is to get a pet […]

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World Spay Day

When an animal is spayed (female), its’ reproductive organs are removed, making it unable to go into heat or become pregnant. When an animal is neutered (male), it loses its’ testicles so that it cannot impregnate a female. All surgeries are performed by a certified veterinarian. All animals are assured comfort while undergoing surgery, therefore […]

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Donkey Care

The KSPCA is keen on the welfare of donkeys in Kenya. Our Naivasha team has been going to the fields and educating donkey owners on proper harnessing. The donkeys are in bad condition due to lack of proper harness, overloading and overworking. Many owners use nylon materials thus causing rubbing and bad fitting of the […]

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Animal Protection

A social media post from Seema, a great animal lover: “As you read this, another innocent animal is being abused, neglected or forced to fight. Today we visited the KSPCA Kenya in Karen, a visit arranged by my brother so that our children would understand the effects of cruelty to animals and help him fight […]

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Dog Rescue

Our field officers rescued a dog that had been tightly snared in an estate at Jogoo Road. The chain had been on the dog for a long period and as a result of this, the neck grew through the snare. This caused the dog to develop a bad and painful wound which started producing a […]

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Marabou Storks Rescue

The KSPCA received a call from concerned animal lovers about 3 injured marabou storks at Nyayo stadium. Our field officers were quick to respond to the case and rescued the young birds. The birds were brought to the KSPCA shelter. Unfortunately one of them did not make it. The other two, however, got attended to […]

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Rabies

What is Rabies? Rabies is a Contagious Viral disease of dogs and other mammals. The Virus is transmitted in the saliva of a rabid animal. It is fatal and spread to humans when they come into contact with the saliva of a Rabid animal. What are the symptoms of rabies? In humans: At first there […]

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Global Cat Day

Global Cat Day takes place on 16th Oct annually, and is meant to remind us the importance of observing cats welfare. This day recognizes the need to adopt and foster cats. The most effective method of celebrating this day is to get your own cats neutered to reduce the number of stray cats. You can […]

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World Rabies Day 2019

Rabies is a viral disease that affects the brain and nerves. It attacks not only dogs and cats, but also all warm-blooded animals, including humans. Death results, once an animal or human gets the disease. If your dog or cat is not vaccinated against rabies, you and your pet are at risk. Rabies is big […]