The ISPCA receives tens of thousands of queries each year from members of the public needing help and advice about animals, and it provides a wide range of advice and information through its newsletters, website and seminars. The society is supported by lots of hard-working volunteers who help to care for animals at their centres and help with fundraising.
Education is an important way for the ISPCA to meet its objectives in preventing cruelty, and promoting kindness to animals, because improving our knowledge and raising our awareness are the best ways to insure against cruelty to animals in the future. We look forward to working with the ISPCA during Term 2, and to learning how we can best care for our animals.
We have designated Wednesday, 8th March, ANIMAL CARE AWARENESS DAY. Representatives from the ISPCA will visit our school on the day, and will meet children from all classes. They will talk to them about caring from our pets and animals in our community.