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KSPCA Naivasha

In May, we re-homed 3 dogs and 4 cats. We also admitted 23 dogs and 4 cats and 7 donkeys. We are currently providing shelter to 39 dogs, 8 cats and 8 donkeys. Dr. Cecilia came to the shelter to help us with spaying/neutering of the cats and dogs. She spayed 4 dogs, 4 cats and […]

Donkey Welfare

The KSPCA team strives to make a commendable difference to the lives of donkeys in Kenya. We see to it that the donkeys live a life that’s free from pain and suffering. The KSPCA team received a report about a donkey that needed to be rescued at Kibiko area, Ngong. It was established that someone […]

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KSPCA Mombasa

We have lost a number of kittens with Feline Panleukopenia Virus and we have received reports of other areas at the coast being affected. We had even more animals brought in this month (May). We admitted 35 dogs and 90 cats. We managed to re-home 15 dogs and 15 cats. 19 dogs and 22 cats […]

Feline Panleukopenia

One of the most dreaded viruses for any kitten owner, this highly contagious virus causes severe and generally acute gastroenteritis, which is often fatal, especially in young kittens. Sometimes called feline parvovirus or feline distemper, the virus attacks rapidly dividing cells in the body, primarily the cells in the intestinal tract, bone marrow and skin. […]

KSPCA Naivasha

In April, we re-homed 5 dogs and 3 cats. We also admitted 16 dogs and 9 cats. We are currently providing shelter to 42 dogs, 15 cats and 4 donkeys. Our vehicle has not been working since January. However, Amos from KSPCA Nairobi came with the Nairobi animal ambulance and we were able to do […]

KSPCA Covid-19 Appeal

The Covid Challenge The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on the economy, particularly people in under-privileged areas. In many cases family incomes have been severely affected. As people find it harder to make ends meet, they have had to make difficult choices, resulting in some families struggling to feed their pets. As this […]

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KSPCA Mombasa

Once again, this was the month for cats – we had  74 cats and kittens brought in and we had 21 dogs come in. We did however manage to re-home 23 cats and kittens but only 3 dogs. 61 cats and 16 dogs were treated and 4 dogs and 24 cats were neutered. We had […]

Why and when you should consider spaying your dog

Spaying your dog is the best way to ensure that she will not have puppies, but there are many additional benefits to having a spayed dog, both for health reasons and for convenience. The surgery removes the influence of various hormones, which will change the behaviour of your own dog and others around it. During […]

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KSPCA Naivasha

February was a tough month for us as our ancient donkey ambulance has been terminally ill in hospital! Without a vehicle, our work is very restricted and it is frustrating that we cannot achieve all that we want and need to. Despite this we were busy, and managed to do 45 investigations, re-homed 5 dogs and 5 […]