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Who are we

Originally the premise occupied was in Klebang, then moved to the current premise. The land, with a bungalow house on it, was given to SPCA Melaka for free use by a philanthropist The land area is approximately two acres.

SPCA will be moving to its new premises, but will require donations to fund the purchase the land from the government and for setting up the shelter. See more info below and in their website.

Our objectives

1. Adoption programme – members of the public are encouraged to adopt animals from the SPCA. The adoption fee includes de-worming, vaccination and compulsory neutering. All potential adopting public are interviewed and advised. And should be agreeable to home visits by SPCA staff that the premise is suitable for the adopted pet.
2. Collection of animals – with a van which is donated from SPCA Selangor, SPCA Melaka organizes collection of unwanted pets from homes by appointment only.
3. Stray animals in distress – when SPCA Melaka receives a call reporting of stray animals in distress or injured, they will organize for someone to go to check on the matter.
4. Inspection of cruelty complaints – SPCA inspectors will investigate complaints relating to animal cruelty whenever possible.

Our needs

The SPCA has been opened since October 4th 1990, it has been 24 years and they really need volunteers because they really don’t have enough support.

Volunteers:

Medical staff (doctors, nurses, therapists), Drivers, maintenance crew, vets, 3 full time, 1 part time employee, professional committed, long term volunteers who come regularly

Non-cash donations:

Items that can be re-sold, such as clothes, furniture, books can be donated as well. SPCA will organise a van to collect from the public whenever possible. SPCA Melaka relies on public donations. Fundraising activities are held to aid in the maintenance of the shelter – charity bazaars, jumble sales, etc. Donation boxes are also placed in shopping malls.

SPCA is appealing for 10 acres of land to build a sanctuary to house healthy unadoptable strays to enable them to live a full life. We are seeking help from philanthropists who would be willing to donate or help us purchase the land at minimal cost.

Cheques Made Payable to: SPCA Melaka

Cash donation for utilities, dog food, cat food, support to get message across – we need to nurture animals

Upcoming events

Visit their Facebook page: link

Ongoing adoption campaign, press conferences regularly
They are currently battling with the government because the government wants to kill stray animals, which is unfair to the animals
They need nice donation boxes (they only have 2 now)
They need people to transport animals from one state to another

How to find us

If you are coming from TESCO Peringgit heading towards Muar or south just keep going go over two flyovers upon descending the second flyover keep right at the lights make a U-turn immediately put your indicator to left you find Lorong Kapten Nikmat drive along you find our centre.

Monetary Donations in the form of Cheque/Money Order/Draft can be sent to:

SPCA Melaka

Lot 1115 Lorong Kepten Nekmat

Km5 Jalan Semabok

Semabok

75150 Melaka

 

Also, donations can be directly deposited to the SPCA’s bank account:

BANK-IN:

Account name : SPCA Melaka

Bank Name : Malayan Banking Berhad

Account number : 504085108241

Swift Code : MBBEMYKL

Learn More

SPCA Melaka

Mr Vincent LowContact Person
[email protected]Email
www.facebook.com/SPCA-Melaka-Society-for-the-Prevention-of-Cruelty-to-Animals-277523282741Website
+606 268 6261Phone Number
+6019 663 1407Phone Number
Established since 1992Year of Establishment
Lot 1115 Lorong Kapten Nekmat, Semabok, 75050 MelakaAddress
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