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SPCA Hong Kong

Founded in 1903, the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Hong Kong) is one of the longest-standing animal welfare charities in Asia
Photo: Courtesy of SPCA Hong Kong

The SPCA Hong Kong aims to fulfil its mission by rescuing and rehoming abandoned animals, helping to enforce animal welfare laws, lobbying the government to improve animal welfare conditions, and educating the public through talks, workshops and activities. The organisation has centres across the city, and there are plenty of opportunities for animal lovers to get involved. 

How To Help?

Family memberships are HK$350 per year or HK$4,000 for life; individual memberships are HK$220 per year or HK$2,500 for life; and junior memberships, for under-16s, are HK$60 per year. One-off donations are also accepted. Proceeds, including all fees for services such as veterinary consultations, physio, boarding and grooming, go towards supporting the organisation’s animal welfare work.

You can also volunteer your time by participating in the SPCA’s fundraisers, helping at the kennels and catteries, supporting the veterinary staff (qualified individuals only) or fostering an animal at home.

Find a SPCA centre near you.


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