The KSPCA is glad to have taken part in the spay and neuter campaign of dogs & cats in Machakos county, held from 7th-10th June 2019, in conjunction with ANAW Africa and Vet Treks where over 250 dogs and cats were neutered and vaccinated against rabies.

The KSPCA team also did a Trap, Neuter, Release community project in Naivasha for free-roaming dogs, as well as Feral Cat Control Program to manage the feral cat population and control spread of disease.

In yet another even, the KSPCA partnered with TNR and World Animal Protection to give free rabies vaccinations and sterilization campaign at Kibera.

A big thank you to our staff who showed up for all the events plus to the organizers, sponsors, vets and volunteers who helped make these campaigns a success.

19 replies
  1. Cece
    Cece says:

    Hello I recently adopted a kitten that found its way to our door…she is now about 4 months and we’d like to spay her but we don’t have the expenses
    Where can we get help…a place where she can be spayed for free please
    I live near Kiambu

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  2. Fred
    Fred says:

    In siaya county,need my two dogs to b spayed..nearest place and cost?arr you conducting you clincs this ends any time soon?

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    • Marketing
      Marketing says:

      Hello Fred. Sorry we do not have a direct contact for a vet based in Siaya. Kindly get in touch with the sub-county veterinary department in your region.

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  3. audrey
    audrey says:

    hello is there a free vaccination program because I have a small puppy but I don’t have enough money to vaccinated her

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    • Marketing
      Marketing says:

      Hello. Unfortunately we do not have any upcoming vaccination or spay/neuter campaigns. Kindly contact us on 0733571125 and the Officer on Duty will assist accordingly.

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  4. Patricia Mativo
    Patricia Mativo says:

    hello, don’t know if you are still active during this covid-19 period. I have 6 cats, one pregnant at the moment. I now really need to spay them cause It’s really hard for me to give them away to new owner, afraid how they will be taken care of. I’m in south c, nairobi. Any centre around that offers affordable or free spaying? Thank you :)

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  5. Pst James
    Pst James says:

    Hi,
    I have changed my attitude a lot towards animals of late. I have a female cat and would like to stay with her for as long as she will be alive but the rate at which she is giving birth is alarming since every time she gives birth I have to look for people to adopt the kittens. I live in Nakuru any place I can have her spayed and the cost.

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    • Marketing
      Marketing says:

      Hello Pst James. Unfortunately we do not have a direct contact of a veterinarian at Nakuru. But we advise you to seek further assistance from the sub-county veterinary department in your region.

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  6. Misbah
    Misbah says:

    Hi!

    This is amazing work! I’d love to be a volunteer in such and many other campaigns.

    Kindly advice on how.

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    • KSPCA
      KSPCA says:

      Hello Misbah. We appreciate your kind words. If you’d wish to volunteer with us, kindly come to our offices and sign a volunteer waiver form then you’ll be guided further by the relevant personnel.

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