‘Whiskers & Wine’ Event To Support The SPCA

The Bermuda SPCA will host their Whiskers & Wine benefit from 6:30-8:30pm on Saturday, September 24 at the SPCA Shelter, located at 32 Valley Road Paget, with parking at St. Paul’s Church parking lot with shuttles running to the Shelter. Whiskers & Wine is a new fundraiser on the Shelter’s calendar and will benefit the […]

SPCA to Host Whiskers and Wine Fundraiser

The Bermuda SPCA has added a new fundraiser to its social calendar. Through the Whiskers & Wine event, the island’s only recognised animal welfare society hopes to benefit the shelter’s animals. “We have been looking for an event that gives us an opportunity to get to know our supporters and the island’s animal lovers,” SPCA […]

SPCA Extends Special $25 Cat Adoption Fee

The Bermuda SPCA’s special adoption fee of $25 has been extended until August 13, and the shelter has a two-for-one deal with cat adoptions, with each cat including all necessary vaccinations, a microchip identification number, and spaying or neutering, representing a “saving of over $550 for a potential adopter.” “We are sad to report only […]

SPCA Extends Cat Adoption Drive

The Bermuda Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is extending its Desperate Housecats adoption drive. With the shelter still overcrowded as a result of owners surrendering adult cats they no longer want or can care for, the charity is urging the public to assist. And after only two families came forward, it has […]

Cat Flu Halts Adoptions at SPCA

Cat adoptions at the Bermuda Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals shelter in Paget have been temporarily suspended because of the cat “flu”. Two cats known to have the virus have been isolated along with four sneezing cats and all other felines are being monitored, according to interim executive director Deborah Titterton Narraway. […]

Bermuda SPCA Hosting “Desperate Housecats”

From July 5 through July 16, the Bermuda SPCA is hosting “Desperate Housecats,” an adoption drive to encourage animal lovers to come and adopt the adult cats in the shelter’s care. The shelter is currently at capacity with over 40 cats of all shapes, ages, colours and sizes and a waiting list of cats requiring […]

SPCA Adult Cat Adoption Drive

The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is hosting an adoption drive to find homes for the shelter’s adult cats. According to a statement from the charity, the shelter is at “cat-pacity” with more than 40 cats and a waiting list of more ready to be surrendered to their care. Interim executive director […]

Cat Adoptions Temporarily Suspended At SPCA

Cat adoptions have been temporarily suspended at the Bermuda SPCA Shelter on Valley Road in Paget due to Cat ‘flu’. The Island’s only animal shelter has suspended cat adoptions until Tuesday June 28, while staff and volunteers work to care for the cats and minimize further spread of the ‘flu’ virus. “We currently have over […]

Bermuda SPCA On ‘Microchip Your Pet Month’

With June being touted as “Microchip Your Pet Month,” the Bermuda SPCA is reminding the public of the importance of microchipping as “an essential part of looking after your pet and ensuring that it can be positively identified.” A spokesperson said, “Microchips last the lifetime of your pet and can’t be removed easily like collar […]

Owners Urged to Microchip Pets

The Bermuda Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is urging the public to get their pets microchipped this month as part of Microchip Your Pet Month. While the law requires all dogs to be microchipped and correctly registered to their owner, the charity said microchipping other pets was “optional but highly recommended”. Jodi […]

SPCA Holding ‘Spring A Cat’ Adoption Promotion

The Bermuda SPCA ‘Spring a Cat‘ adoption program has over 30 cats available for adoption, with any adult cat available for $25 until May 14. The promotion poster says, “Our Spring a Cat adoption promotion is in full swing with over 30 cats to choose from. Adopt any adult cat for just $25 until May […]

SPCA: “Livestock Animals Are Now Suffering”

The Bermuda SPCA said that as a result of the “strike action” the island’s “livestock animals are now suffering and the livelihood of local farmers and feed stores is being threatened” as “shipping containers of animals feed which arrived in Bermuda on March 10 sit on the dock unable to be collected by the importer.” […]