Visit to the Scottish SPCA’s Inverness Centre

David Stewart was delighted to see the vital work of the Scottish SPCA across the Highlands with a visit to its Inverness centre today. He thanked manager, Elaine Floyd, and Mike Flynn, chief superintendent for Scotland, for showing him around. In 2018 in the Highlands the charity attended 1,695 incidents, 493 animals were rehomed, 47 animals reunited with their owners and 10,710 children took part in its free education programme.
“All the dogs pictured need homes – including the English bull terrier – but there are queues of people ready to take the kittens,” he said.
“Volunteers are welcome and you can apply on the charity’s website.
“Good to see these champions looking after the welfare of animals.”