Turks and Caicos Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals - TCSPCA - animal welfare

Animal Rescue

All animals in distress are rescued and placed with volunteers to recuperate. We work in conjunction with the Turks and Caicos Islands Fire and Rescue Service and individuals with specialized rescue skills.

Our “Red Bag” project is dedicated to picking up dead animals from roadways & private homes for the Turks and Caicos Islands Environmental Health Dept. to collect.

Special Projects

The TCSPCA, in conjunction with the Pegasus Foundation and WSPA, is working to improve the conditions at the horse and donkey pound in Grand Turk and to come up with long term solutions for these animals.

We are also working with residents on Pine Cay and the DECR to help with the control of feral cats in an effort to save our endangered Rock Iguana.

“The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged
by the way its animals are treated”
Mahatma Gandhi 1869-1948)

You Cannot Save Them All....But Trying makes us Better Persons and this Country a Better Place in which to live. Please read the story of Eeyore, and realize that your donations in conjunction with the support of volunteers on the island increase the quality of life and allow a kindness in passing for all the animals of the Turks & Caicos Islands. read more here


Charley Parker

Charlie Parker the Kestrel Hawk was rescued and brought to
Dr. Mark Woodring's
veterinary clinic after a wrestling match with a couple of felines--never a good idea for either species!
After treatment for shock, he was transitioned to the aviary. Next step in rehab; he began taking off and landing on the branches inside the aviary. The third time he tried to bite Dr. Mark he was declared feisty enough for a test flight. After a few hours with the aviary door open, Charlie Parker soard away to join his Provo brethren.
NOTE: Raptors are dangerous, well-armed hunters. If you find one suspected to be injured, please call any veterinarian, or the TCSPCA and ask for advice before transporting or attempting to feed/treat. A quick rescue and immediate skilled attention saved this bird's life


Email us at tcspca@tciway.tc / Call us on 649-941-8846 (office) / 649-231-3052(mobile)

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