It is SPCA’S responsibility to ensure that the animals in our care go to the right homes and that the people who adopt them can afford to care for them. ( Our concern would be whether or not you could afford the services of a private vet, if you cannot afford a cost effective adoption fee.) Our prices may seem to be high, but remember that they do include vaccination, deworming and sterilization)
There are thousands of animals born annually which cannot find homes and are unwanted. A pair of dogs can procreate an incredible 85 000 offspring over 4 years, many of which end up in our facilities, plus there is no medical advantage to allowing a bitch or queen to have a litter. It is for those reasons that the SPCA will not accede to you request in terms of their regulations, so the answer is no.