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Whenever an animal is found, surrendered or seized, you'll be taking action.
We work with the community to prevent cruelty and encourage the humane treatment of all animals. This means rescuing animals in trouble and providing medical care, love and shelter for them at our Animal Village in Mangere. It also means prosecuting people who deliberately harm animals, and working with offenders to ensure that it does not happen again.
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You'll be standing beside our Inspectors, rescuing Auckland's animals in need.
Our SPCA Auckland Inspectors are on the front line when animals have been in an accident, abused or abandoned.
They’re on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Last year they attended over 200 emergencies and over 5,000 call-outs to rescue animals across the Auckland region.
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You'll be helping us to heal Auckland's lost and injured animals
Every animal that comes to SPCA Auckland is seen by our dedicated hospital team. Some will need routine health checks and vaccinations, while others will receive life-saving surgery,
and post-operative intensive care. Last year our vets performed over 5,000 operations, saving lives and easing the pain of animals in need.
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Shelter and Re-home
You'll help provide a warm bed for the animals taking shelter at SPCA Auckland.
Together we can provide a safe haven for animals that have nowhere else to go. We can give them a roof over their heads, a warm bed during cold nights, and food to fill their empty bellies.
Once an animal is ready to find a new home, we’ll spend days, weeks and sometimes months matching them to the right family.
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You can help bring animal offenders to justice
The SPCA is the only charity with the legal power to help animals in need. SPCA is authorised under the Animal Welfare Act 1999 to protect all animals from abuse, neglect, and abandonment.
We act as law enforcers, sometimes risking our own safety to ensure the safety of Auckland’s vulnerable animals. If there has been a deliberate act of violence or neglect, our Inspectors seek
justice through the courts, acting as the voice for animals.