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In this issue

SPCA is dedicated to building a society where humans and animals can co-exist. One way is to instill the values of the love and care of animals to future generations as this will be the biggest win for animal welfare.

In this issue’s cover story, we share with readers the various avenues SPCA educates children, teenagers and young people in cultivating them to become animal caring generations. Other highlights include: Dr Jane our Chief Vet Surgeon’s column where she shares tips on caring for senior dogs; a touching story of Inspector Kei Gor who has watched over the Cheung Chau clinic for 30 years. Aside from the wonderful adoption story of Matilda the Mongrel from Switzerland, we have also curated a spring picnic guide for you and your furry pal, and last but not least, a set of DIY instructions to create a hamster slide. Enjoy reading!

Pawprint Magazine Description:

PublisherSPCA (HK)

CategoryAnimals and Pets


Frequency3 Issues/Year

Pawprint is a triannual magazine published by The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Hong Kong) (SPCA(HK))and is distributed to approximately 30,000 readers who are concerned about animal welfare issues or are interested in learning about and promoting responsible pet ownership. Pawprint offers interesting articles on a variety of topics which range from veterinary health issues and animal rescue work to animal welfare programmes and happy adoption stories. It also shares with readers the SPCA(HK)’s works within the local community and in Mainland China. Each issue features a unique cover story on a compelling and important animal issue, provides facts and tips on pet care, offers news relating to animal events and also includes an educational children’s corner.

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