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SPCA gears up for Cupcake Day events

Wednesday, 3 August, 2016

SPCA gears up for Cupcake DayAucklanders celebrated the SPCA's eighth annual Cupcake Day two weeks early this year by indulging in cupcakes and cuddling puppies at a pop-up dog cafe in the CBD this morning.

About 40 people attended the preview event at The Caker's Karangahape Rd shop between 10am and midday. Money raised from today's sales will go towards the SPCA's fight against animal cruelty.

The SPCA aims to raise $400,000 on Cupcake Day, which will be held on Monday, August 15, this year. The charity is asking Kiwis to contribute by baking and selling their own sweet treats and donating proceeds. To register to participate in SPCA Cupcake Day, click here.

Read more at www.nzherald.co.nz.

Help us find a home for super mum Ruby

Friday, 15 July, 2016

Read our July newsletterWe have some wonderful animal stories to share with you this month, including the dramatic rescue of Poppy the horse.

We invite you to explore our brand new Education hub for New Zealand kids, and to join thousands of other Kiwis as they help us fight cruelty with cupcakes.

We prosecute a woman who failed to seek veterinary treatment for her cat, causing unnecessary pain and suffering.

You also have a chance to win a GoPro HERO4 and a year's supply of pet food thanks to our national food sponsor, Purina.

Read our July newsletter here.

Kitten breeding season extends into winter

Wednesday, 15 June, 2016

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SPCA Centres around the country are keeping kitten units open much longer than usual to accommodate higher numbers of kittens in their care.

SPCA New Zealand CEO Ric Odom​ said unseasonable weather, seen across the country in April and May, seems to have extended the typical breeding season of cats.

Odom encouraged anyone interested in adopting a cat or kitten to check out their local SPCA first, to see if they might be able to rescue a pet in need of a home.

Read the fully story at Stuff.co.nz.

A multi-day cat rescue and your chance to win with Purina

13221149 10154198625794438 7400149665212797943 o 1Thursday, 9 June, 2016

This month, we have a wonderful rescue story from Canterbury to share with you, and a successful prosecution in Palmerston North.

We have grave concerns about the construction of a new research facility that would see animals subject to unnecessary pain and suffering.

We ask for your help to spread the word about a dog looking for a special home, and encourage you to learn about the dangers of second-hand smoke for our pets.

You also have a chance to win a GoPro HERO4 and a year's supply of pet food thanks to our national food sponsor, Purina.

Read our June newsletter here.

Caring for your pets this winter

May enews

Thursday, 12 May, 2016

This month, we talked to What Now about the work we do to protect animals in need.

We ask for your help to spread the word about a dog who is struggling to find a home and the need for community support to carry out our life-saving work.

And with winter just around the corner, we share tips on how you can make your pet more comfortable during the colder months.

Read our May newsletter here.