Lilongwe Society for the Protection and Care of Animals was the first animal welfare charity in Malawi caring for domestic, farm and wild animals. Begun in 2008 with the full support of the Ministry of Agriculture and the financial assistance from the Royal Society for the Prevention to Cruelty of Animals (RSPCA International), now LSPCA is celebrating five years of community service.
This is our new clinic which will function as the veterinary clinic, classroom and LSPCA offices! Its a great space, plenty of room for people to come and see our rescued animals available for adoption, space for school groups to come for educational visits and of course a room for consultations and the theatre. We need to make some alterations to divide the main room into two for the consultation room and theatre and of course we need the equipment to go in our currently very empty theatre! If you are able to donate veterinary supplies, or donate via text so we can buy all the equipment for the clinic, we'd be very grateful. You can contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Muzzy was found wandering the streets of Lilongwe and was rescued by LSPCA. She is a very gentle dog and great with children, so she has been given a job with LSPCA! Even children who are initially scared of dogs quickly make friends with Muzzy so she is a great way to teach children how to care for animals and will now be an important feature of our education programmes at the clinic. A local group of school children visited the clinic recently and as the photos show, were soon keen to play with her and Richard was able to teach them some basics of dog care and welfare.
LILONGWE SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION AND CARE OF ANIMALS