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Report Cruelty

You are their voice, help us to help them

Our inspectors do random checks throughout the communities in the area, but with your help we hope to rid the area of animal neglect and abuse. If you know of any animals that are being neglected or treated badly, please contact us on tel. 031 904 2424. These animals need your help as they cannot speak for themselves. Please do the right thing and report cruelty. Please give your name or number when reporting an incident so that we can report back to you. This information is treated in the strictest confidence so there is no need to be worried about the affects it will have on you in your community.

Sadly there are still people out there who have little sentiment for the pain that animals go through when they commit acts of animal abuse. Believe it or not, animals can feel love, pain, anxiety and fear just like humans do and it is everyone's job to protect them and keep them away from pain and suffering.

We get call outs for unwanted dogs left on the side of the freeway, animals blown apart by fireworks. People unfortunately still think drowning is an acceptable way to get rid of unwanted kittens and dogs. Animals that have been hit by a car and left to heal with no veterinary care, dogs with embedded collars who are left in the heat with no food, water or shelter ... the list is endless.

Our Inspectors follow the Animals Protection Act (APA) no. 71 of 1962. This legislation empowers our Inspectors to investigate legal action against abusive and neglectful owners. If found guilty, the perpetrator could face up to 3 years imprisonment and/or a fine of R60 000.

Here are some cruelty cases that the SPCA deals with on a weekly basis

Our community need to be aware of what is going on within our area and need to report any signs of cruelty to the TOTI SPCA. These poor animals have no say and need our help!

This dog was tied up to a traffic light pole in the direct sun with no water or food. Colin went out and collected the dog. As you can see in the photos the poor dog was in a very bad condition.
This cow was winched up onto the bakkie!
This greyhound was still made to hunt in this condition!