Save-a-Pet has dozens of dogs and cats of all ages needing homes. We invite you to view our puppy gallery below and visit our adoption gallery here for more information on these and other pets in our care. 

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SteriliseStatsSterilisation is the most effective way of attempting to deal with the endless stream of unwanted puppies and kittens that are born into a life of suffering and deprivation in the Port Elizabeth area. 

In addition to reducing the number of puppies and kittens being born, sterilisation prevents certain health problems and improves the life of the animal.

Currently STDs among unsterilised strays are rampant, and there has been a worrying increase in feline Aids, putting unsterilised domestic pets at risk. This highlights the fact that it is vitally important for all domestic and stray animals to be sterilized.

Our local vets provide a fantastic service to Save-a-Pet, but due to lack of funds there is a limit to the number of welfare cases that can be seen to.

Please consider making a donation toward the sterilisation of a dog or cat from our less privileged areas in Port Elizabeth. 

Thank you for your support!  






Find out more about this fantastic community support programme by clicking on the logo.

If you already have a MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet card, please consider adding Save-a-Pet as a beneficiary.



We are thrilled to inform you that Save-A-Pet has been registered with an SMS DONATION SYSTEM!

To make a donation SMS the word ‘PET’ to 38841

Each SMS is charged at R10 and you can message as many time as you want, whenever you want!

We are extremely grateful for the support we receive from the public and hope that this SMS system will make it easier for our supporters to make donations for Save-a-Pet to continue providing for the animals in our care.

Thank you for supporting Save-a-Pet!

About Save A Pet

Save-a-Pet is an animal rescue centre situated near Greenbushes, Port Elizabeth that rescues, rehabilitates, reunites and re-homes abandoned abused, lost and stray animals.