Humane Society of the British Virgin Islands

Location
Tortola, British Virgin Islands
Type of Organization
Animal Welfare
Rescue and Education
Services Provided
Anti-Cruelty and Animal Rescue
Spay and Neuter Clinics
Education and Advocacy
Their Work

The Humane Society of the British Virgin Islands (BVI) was established in 1975 to promote animal welfare, preserve wildlife, and prevent cruelty in any form. This organization was created by members of the BVI community and has run the only animal shelter in the BVI for the last 45 years.

The shelter at the Humane Society of the BVI houses dogs and cats who have been abandoned and, in some cases, severely mistreated and abused. The organization strongly believes in sterilization, and ensures that every adopted animal will leave their shelter spayed or neutered. Members of their team also coordinate workshops to educate local children on how to take care of animals.

SPCA International is proud to support the Humane Society of the BVI as they continue to ensure kindness and consideration for all animals in the Territory of the British Virgin Islands.