Inspector Fund

Support Animal Rescue:
Your Donation Makes a Difference!

Did you know that the SPCA operates solely on public support? With just 1% of our funding coming from the Government, your donations are vital in helping us continue our life-saving work.

In 2022 / 2023, we rescued over 4,600 injured or trapped animals and responded to over 21,000 calls for help through our 24-hour rescue hotline.
But we can’t do it alone.​

Your contribution to our Inspector Fund enables us to train and deploy more inspectors, maintain our 24-hour rescue services, and acquire essential rescue tools and manpower. With your help, we can ensure that every animal in need receives immediate and effective assistance.

The goal of the inspectorate team is to promote the welfare of animals by rescuing those in need, inspecting and educating those involved with animals, and investigating and prosecuting to prevent unnecessary suffering. The scope covers all living creatures including owned and abandoned pets, wild animals, farm stock, and those in markets and shops.

Saving a Cat Hiding at the Back of a Hotel Bathtub

Inspector’s Log – 19 April, 2023

On 19 April, our inspectors received a call from a hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui, requesting assistance to rescue a cat hiding at the back of a bathtub where nobody could reach for three days. The cat was brought by its owner and stayed together in the same room.​

Despite our inspectors’ every attempt to lure it out, the cat was too anxious and continued hiding. After an assessment of the cat’s safety, we advised the hotel to deploy a technician and make an opening at the side of the bathtub. This allowed one of our inspectors to closely monitor the cat with an endoscope at one end and place a trap at the new big opening at the other. Fortunately, after three hours of collaborative efforts, our inspectors saved the cat uninjured and advised the owner to place the cat in a secure enclosure whilst in the hotel.

Rescuing Kitten Stranded in Nullah

Inspector’s Log – 14 February 2023

When everyone was celebrating on the Valentine’s Day, the SPCA Inspectors received a call from the public about a kitten stranded in a nullah on Kwu Tung South Road. Our inspectors found the kitten lying in the 4-metre deep nullah (as circled in the picture) and managed to recuse the kitten using an extendable net. Luckily, the kitten was not injured and was brought back to the SPCA Hong Kong Centre for vet’s examination. The kitten is currently under foster parents’ care and will begin looking for a loving human at our Adoption Centre later.​

Join us in making a difference in the lives of vulnerable animals.
Your donation matters!



Please become an Animal Sponsor, and be part of giving more animals the second chance at life that they deserve!

Inspector Fund

In 2022-2023, the SPCA rescued 4,658 injured or trapped animals, and the 24-hour animal rescue hotline received 22,274 calls for help or inquiries.

Mosaic Animal Wall Donation Programme

Show your support for the SPCA, whilst also paying tribute to your own pet by capturing their likeness with this traditional ancient art form.

Paws for a New Hope Donation Scheme

Leave your mark at the SPCA Jockey Club Centennial Centre (Tsing Yi Centre).

Cinderella Vet Medical Fund

The Cinderella Vet Medical Fund provides support for homeless animals facing sudden and critical medical needs. These needs are often complex and require a sizeable cost.


Your donation will enable us to continue expanding this wonderful programme and help us to keep on helping more cats in our community.


Your support will help us continue to develop our programmes in China and play a significant role in bringing about a new era for animal welfare on the Mainland.

Individual Fundraising Campaign

Kudos to Derek our previous Executive Committee member and long-time supporter on his impressive 220km ultra-marathon run.

Legacy Giving

Leave a legacy and make a lasting impact on the lives of animals in need.

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