Help Ayla's Rehabilitation!

$365 donated
Given by 11 generous donors in around 6 months

SPCA are reaching out to all animal lovers to help support Ayla's rehabilitaiton.


We would like to introduce you to Ayla.

Ayla arrived at SPCA with a severe fracture to her front leg. At only 3 months old, it was stressful for a young puppy with lots of energy to not be able to move around properly.

She desperately needed urgent specialist surgery to fix her leg. But this requires a specialist veterinary surgeon and can be very expensive. It also involves an extensive and lengthy rehabilitation plan. If SPCA couldn't come up with the funds to make this surgery happen, Ayla would have had to have her leg amputated.

Ayla was so full of life with so much love to give, so our team did everything we could to make her happy ever after happen. And because of amazing supporters like you, we did!

This gorgeous girl is now recovering from her surgery, and has already started her rehabilitation. Every week we will give everyone an update on Facebook to let you know how Ayla is recovering.

We hope you can join us on her journey because our supporters like you are the reason we can give animals like Ayla the specialist surgeries they need.

About us

The SPCA (Royal New Zealand Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) is the largest animal welfare charity in New Zealand and the only charity with the power to prosecute in cases of animal cruelty, abandonment and mistreatment.

As a charity, we receive less than 1% of our funding from the government - and this funding is for rural cases only (involving animals on farms). As such, we rely almost entirely on the generosity of the public to carry out our life-saving work.

In November 2017, SPCA centres around the country unified to become a single entity. The key reasons for this change were to better provide a consistently high standard of care and service for the animals, no matter where they are, and to ensure that all SPCA centres are supported through the sharing of resources and skills.

Funds raised in communities fund the work of local centres and also support other SPCA centres that struggle to resource the areas they cover.

Use of funds

Your generous donations will help support Ayla in her long road to recovery. Any surplus funds will go towards supporting other animals like Ayla, who also need specialist surgeries.

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Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 09 Sep 2018
Rita on 07 Sep 2018
Would love to give more but difficult at this time.
Sally Poppitt
Sally Poppitt on 07 Sep 2018
Dion on 07 Sep 2018
Julie Duvenage
Julie Duvenage on 07 Sep 2018
Thank you for taking such great care of Ayla and for all the fantastic work you do for suffering animals. I hope that Ayla finds a wonderful home in future, as she deserves.

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