The Jamaica Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (JSPCA) is committed to rescue, heal and protect Jamaica's animals. We have been working for over100 years to protect animals from cruelty, neglect, injury and abandonment, and to defend and promote animal rights.
We operate a shelter and a veterinary clinic at 10 Winchester Road, Kingston 10, open to the public, which deals with more than three hundred charity cases per week. It is equipped with a laboratory, surgical suites, isolation unit, and maternity ward. In addition, we have a clinic located in Caymanas Park, Portmore, St Catherine and Coke Avenue, Montego Bay, St James.
Our mission is to promote the compassionate treatment of animals through education, advocacy, and veterinary care. We also seek to find loving homes for the animals housed in our shelter. The JSPCA strives towards the improvement of conditions at pounds and abattoirs, as well as the racetrack and riding establishments in Jamaica.
All reported cases of cruelty or neglect are investigated and action is taken as quickly as possible.
We are associated with the RSPCA in England, and also maintain good relationships with various humane societies in the USA and the Caribbean.
We are the oldest animal welfare organisation in the English-speaking Caribbean.
Committed To Rescue, Heal & Protect Jamaica's Animals