test SPCA Selangor, Malaysia

Mission Help : Overview

Alone, we achieve little - but together, we can make a world of difference for these strays

Our community outreach program MissionHELP aims to improve the lives of animals beyond our reach through animal rescuers. We provide highly or fully-subsidized vaccination and neutering in order to support community-led animal welfare. In 2012 alone, SPCA has coordinated the neutering of 700 animals - pets and strays - under our MissionHELP program.


MissionHELP : Royal Selangor Polo Club, Ampang

26 resident cats from the Royal Selangor Polo Club were brought in for subsidized neutering by Ms Akemi Hoshi & Ms Tweet Gainsborough-Waring. With the endorsement of the polo club, they have embarked on a 'Catch-Neuter-Release' project to contain the endlessly growing cat population. The cats are also treated for skin conditions and vaccinated by the SPCA vets.


MissionHELP : Jalan Ipoh

An animal rescuer has been feeding dogs along Jalan Ipoh for almost 20 years, and is currently feeding approximately 20 stray dogs there. She had approached SPCA Selangor and requested for assistance with food supplies and neutering for the dogs. SPCA Selangor donated some dog food to her, and assisted in neutering these strays for free under our MissionHELP program.


MissionHELP : Batu Caves

In December, SPCA Selangor's Inspectorate assisted Norisma and her family of cats for the 2nd time. We managed to help her spay and neuter 17 of her cats in total. It was very encouraging to see the effort they put into caring for them despite financial difficulties.


MissionHELP : Outside Klang Valley

The Klinik Kembiri (KK) team made trips to Bukit Beruntung, Rawang, Kuala Kubu Baru, Selangor, and again to Bentong, Pahang for mass sterilization projects this year. They had successfully neutered 109 dogs and 2 cats in these 3 locations, and provided vaccinations for 45 dogs owned by rescuer Mr Benjamin.