Prevent Cruelty to Animals in Seychelles
The Greatest Achievement
The greatest achievement of the SSPCA is the wonderful partnership with the Spay Sisters that came to fruition over the past couple of months. The Spay Sisters and the SSPCA carried out free sterilization clinic on Mahe, Praslin and La Digue in January 2019. The campaign took place over 14 days at the SSPCA centre as well as in the districts. We successfully sterilized over 1000 animals helping to reduce unwanted litters of puppies and kittens.
Help Reduce the stray population in Seychelles
Sterilize your dogs and cats!
The SSPCA vets will sterilize dogs and cats from the age of 6 months however it is advisable to
book long before this as waiting lists are long!
Rehoming of Unwanted Pets
The goal of the Seychelles SSPCA is to prevent cruelty to animals in Seychelles and promote good welfare and responsible animal ownership.
The shelter provides temporary housing for abandoned and stray animals waiting to be rehomed. In some instances certain animals can stay for a period of 1 year or longer before they are rehomed.
We encourage the public to adopt a #AdoptDontShop approach to acquiring new animals.
Those wanting to adopt will need to come to the shelter where they will need to fill out a questionnaire.
Please visit our shelter to see which animals are available for adoption or follow our Facebook Page for regular updates.