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MissionHELP: Community Outreach

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Some Highlights in 2013

Stray Cats in Rawang
A good, young Samaritan and his mother have been feeding and caring for dozens of stray cats in Rawang. SPCA Selangor vets so far have assisted in neutering 30 of his cats, which were later released into the same location after post-op care.

Trap-Neuter-Release (TNR) in Bentong
We have been working with Ling, a lovely animal rescuer from Bentong. Initially, she used to rescue stray cats and surrender them to us. However, now she is actively bringing them in for neutering, and releases them back to their original location after they have recovered. She then continues to feed and monitor them daily.

Stray Dogs in Subang Industrial Park
We have neutered several stray dogs that Mr M has been caring for in this area, though some of the dogs are very smart and have been eluding us for months!

Factory Dogs and Puppies in Banting
We received a request for help in rescuing a trapped puppy, as well as catching two stray dogs that animal rescuer Ms N had been feeding and caring for in Banting. At the end of the project, we had caught five puppies and neutered three adult dogs.


SPCA Selangor’s community outreach program MissionHELP aims to improve the lives of animals beyond our reach through animal rescuers and community animal feeders. We provide highly or fully-subsidized vaccination and neutering in order to support community-led animal welfare.

Our highly/fully-subsidized services cover the Klang Valley and neighboring vicinities. All cases are channeled through our panel or private vets, our clinics at the SPCA Centre and Klinik Kembiri. Our vets have also done neutering on-site at various locations whenever it was the practical choice. We assisted in the neutering, vaccination and treatment of 564 animals from Ampang Jaya, Subang Jaya, Puchong, Sungai Long, Selayang, Shah Alam, Petaling Jaya, Klang, Banting, Bentong, Bukit Beruntung, Kuala Kubu Baru and more!

The animals approved for assistance under MissionHELP are pets of low-income owners, neighborhood strays, semi-owned animals in motor workshops, farms, factories, orchards, and animal sanctuaries as well as rescued animals brought in by animals rescuers from all around the Klang Valley.

Need help neutering stray animals in your neighborhood, marketplace, food court or college? Email us at enquiries@spca.org.my or call us at 03-4256 5312 to apply for assistance under our MissionHELP community outreach program.