What we do

Our aim is the prevention of cruelty to animals and to provide a place of safety and care for all animals in distress. SPCA work encompasses all animals, including wildlife, equine and farm animals, marine life and animals used for experimentation.

The Sandton and Eastern Metro SPCA serves our community in a variety of ways. We are a non-profit organization not funded by government, and rely solely on the general public for financial support.

Inspectorate Department Animal Shelter Lost and found

Inspectorate
Department

Animal Shelter

Lost and Found
Services

Our Inspectorate Department deals with all cruelty reports as well as pre- and post- home inspections, pet shop checks as well as general pro-active work. Situated in Marlboro Gardens, our Animal Shelter provides a safe home for stray, abandoned, rescued and unwanted cats and dogs. A peripheral service of the Sandton and Eastern Metro SPCA is to provide a “Lost & Found” service to the public.
Adoptions After hours emergency Animal Cruelty

Adoptions

After-hours
Emergencies

Animal Cruelty

We follow a strict procedure when adopting out our animals. Read more about the basic outline of the adoption procedure. For after hours emergencies contact us on 082 460 2765. If you suspect that an animal has been abused, by someone you know or by a stranger, there are things you can do.
Mobile Clinic Youth programme Become a volunteer

Community Outreach & Mobile Clinic

Youth and Education Programme

Volunteering

The Mobile Clinic was launched in February 2010. This is a Nissan Interstar Panel Van which has been converted into a state of the art mobile clinic for animals. The Sandton and Eastern Metro SPCA is actively involved in providing opportunities for animal education and community engagement. We currently have a dog walking volunteer programme that runs on Saturday mornings from 09:00 until about 12:00