SPCA Tauranga, like all regional SPCA or RNZSPCA organisations, relies completely on the generosity and energy of local supporters who share our compassion for animals. We are a purely voluntary organisation, receiving no state funding whatsoever. All donations are greatly appreciated and go along way in helping us with the care of unfortunate animals we tend to on a daily basis.
Please Adopt Me
This is Buddy, a fun loving happy little boy who came to the shelter after being found on someone's property when he was too small to be out on his own. No owner was found, he's been in a wonderful foster…
My name is Indy. I'm very nervous and would be best suited settled into a quiet environment. I was found hanging around a property and wouldn't leave, no owner was found so I'm now looking for my forever…
Date: 4 Nov 15
The SPCA released the annual List of Shame in conjunction with the start of our Annual Appeal Week. In one of the most shameful acts in this year’s SPCA List of Shame two men filmed themselves encouraging dogs to viciously attack two goats, and then posted the videos on social media. The SPCA List of Shame raises awareness of animal welfare issues and highlights the ongoing need for donations…
Date: 7 Sep 15
I continue to hear comments that the SPCA still euthanizes animals if they don’t have room or if the animal has been at the shelter too long, both of which is completely untrue so I thought it was time for a reminder of our Saving Lives Philosophy which our shelter embraces and does its best to achieve. We believe every animal has the right to a chance, once we commit to adopting an animal…
Online Forms > Volunteer
We are overloaded with incoming animals and desperately need to find some temporary foster homes for around 4-6 weeks over Christmas and summer. We're looking for people who will be staying home during the Christmas holidays. We supply all the necessary equipment, food and support.