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Rescue and collection of animals in trouble - SPCA Israel

Rescue and collection of animals in trouble





The Society operates two vehicles for rescuing and saving animals. One is used for large animals, and the second (a motorcycle) is used for the quick rescue of small animals. These vehicles are sent out to rescue animals in the immediate Tel-Aviv area as well as the center of Israel, during all operation hours. For the most part these rescues involve cats who have been injured, abused or are stuck in various places.
For the most part these rescues involve cats who have been injured, abused or are stuck in various places.

We try to send our rescue vehicle out as quickly as possible after a call is received.
 
Rescue and collection of animals in trouble
Photographed by Haim Schwarczenberg

We ask those who are calling to stay close to the animal until the rescue vehicle arrives. From our experience, if no one is around the site when we arrive we may find it difficult to locate the animal and that makes our job much harder.

For more information about SPCA's Rescue and Relief Department Activities and the trapping of cats to undergo spaying and neutering, click here
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