Bermuda SPCA Please call 236-7333 or if it is an Emergency: 737-1108, 32 Valley Road, Paget PG 05

Progammes and Services

The Bermuda SPCA is an Open Admissions Shelter - more information on our Open Admission Policy & Role of Euthanasia.


In an average year, the Shelter finds homes for some 250 animals.  We could potentially find homes for many more animals - especially puppies - if the current ban on certain canine species was lifted.

Cats and Small animals - visit our Shelter Tuesday - Saturday 11am - 4pm to meet and interact.  Once you have identified the new member of your family you will be asked to complete an application form and provide a valid ID for our records.  If you rent your home, a permission to have animals letter will be required from your landlord.

Dogs - please visit our Shelter Tuesday - Saturday 11am - 4pm to complete an application form (bring a valid ID).  The adoption application tells us what you are looking for in an dog companion, what expectations you have and the lifestyle you envision with your new friend. Some of our dogs have special adoption requirements and the application forms are used to identify a possible perfect match!  The good news is our kennels are not full of dogs!  However from time to time we are graced with some amazing dogs seeking forever homes.

Cruelty Investigations

The SPCA investigates complaints of cruelty and improper care for all types of animals.  Our staff will work with the Government Animal Wardens, the Government Veterinarian and the Police to investigate a complaint, and when appropriate, prosecute those responsible for the cruelty.  There is never a need for cruelty.  Report suspected cruelty to an animal here Report Animal Cruelty.                              

Surrendering an Animal

The SPCA has an Open Admission policy, meaning we will not turn any animal away.  If you have an animal and no longer wish it, please make an appointment by calling 236-7333 or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The SPCA is an Open Admission Shelter - to find out what this means click here Open Admission Policy

Emergency Service

The SPCA provides an after hours emergency service for animals that have been injured or are in need of emergency care.  Emergency hotline 737-1108.

Lost and Found

Our goal is to help all pets find their way home.  The best way to ensure your pet can be identified and returned home is to have it microchipped - read The Importance of Microchipping.  

Reports can be made by calling the Shelter 236-7333 or registering lost and found pets through our website by clicking here Report Lost Animal.  When an animal has been re-united with its owner, please let us know so we can update the information as appropriate.

Dogs - the SPCA works with the Government Animal Wardens, who hold the licence registration information, to identify owners and return dogs safely home. The SPCA works to re-home strays and puppies from unwanted or illegal litters wherever possible.

Feral Cats - the SPCA works with CATS (formerly BFAB) whose main purpose is to control the feral cat population in Bermuda by means of the trap, test, spay/neuter and release program.  They can be reached at 291-1737. Please leave a message on their voicemail system and they will return your call.  Visit their website for more information.


Education is the core of the SPCA's Mission.  

To learm more about the programs offered please click here Education – Overview.

Venue Rental

The Amy Outerbridge Clendenen building is available to rent for meetings, functions.

Note: the building is not available during school holidays as it homes our Humane Education Camps.  

Please contact the SPCA on 236-7333 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any questions. 

Download the SPCA Venue Booking Form.pdf

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