The organization exists to serve and protect all animals in Botswana against cruelty, to uplift their welfare and that of the communities they live in by educating the public about essential animal care and welfare. The organization also ensures that the protection animals have under the Botswana law is upheld and respected.
Besides being a safe haven for neglected and abused animals while waiting to be adopted into new loving homes, the BSPCA serves as an educator to the public about proper means of animal care and welfare. The organization holds outreaches and awareness campaigns in malls and schools to educate the public of Botswana about animal welfare. During these campaigns, informational materials such as brochures and flyers are distributed mainly focusing on the five freedoms of animals.
Rescued animals are sheltered to be rehomed through adoption. Animals available for adoption at the shelter are dogs, cats and rabbits.
Boarding services are provided for pet owners who need their dogs to be taken care of for a particular number of days.
We dip dogs for ticks, wash, nail and fur trimming.
We have cat traps which are hired by individuals who are troubled by stray and wild cats.
The organization help reduce the population of stray cats in the community by trappinq and neutering stray cats and releasing them back to their territory.
The organization has a second hand books donated which are sold at very low prices.
The Bark & Bites coffee shop which operates only on saturdays provides hot and cold beverages with home baked goods donated by volunteers.
In addition to the committee and staff, the organization operates through the help of volunteers.