Newspaper is essential for our puppy kennels and cattery enclosures.
When Nick, one of our Animal Control Officers arrived on scene, the dog was still inside the canal.
Hearing his story and seeing the cute little ball of joy, we knew we couldn’t go through with his request.
Around 50 animals were rescued between both groups! Our Rescue Coordinator, Laura named the big day “RescuePalooza” and very much enjoyed seeing all of the empty kennels afterwards.
Earlier this month, an injured stray cat was picked up by one of our Animal Control Officers and brought back to our facility. His tail was essentially rotting from what we think was a cat fight, and he was in a lot of pain. The poor little guy was in need of serious TLC, and […]
These awesome humans do so much for the animals at the Central California SPCA. Whether they’re performing surgeries, giving vaccines, or nursing sick or injured animals back to health: they’re always eager to help with smiles on their faces.
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These rescue stories are positive day-makers; we love sharing the power of compassionate teamwork in action!
The reporting party stated a white female bulldog mix was stumbling and her bones were visible.
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