The Manx Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Manx SPCA) is a Manx Registered Charity founded in 1897. We care for all creatures in need of our help from Staffies to seagulls, rabbits to Rottweilers, Shearwaters to spaniels. We do not receive any funding from the Isle of Man Government but we are grateful for the support of the Manx public who contribute regularly to our running costs of over £1600 a day. That’s how much it costs in real terms but the care and love our staff give to the animals in their care is beyond price. We’ll tell you some of the stories, happy and sad.
Williow and Hazel are two of our longest term rabbits and we can't understand why. See More...
Cory is a very handsome boy who has a sister called Claire, read more...
We need a foster home for Misty,
she is a really pretty grey and
white cat and she is diabetic so needs
special care and twice daily injections
Roxy needs forever foster home.. read more
News and Events
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