Animal control agencies, SPCAs, and humane societies will soon be eligible to receive grants from the Department of Food and Agriculture to perform spay/neuter surgeries and combat dog/cat homelessness and animal cruelty and neglect.
In early September, the State of California has declared shelter pets to be the official California state pet! The Shelter Pet will join California’s 37 existing official symbols, ranging from the State Flower (the Golden Poppy) to the State Soil (the San Joaquin Soil).
The Central California SPCA is pleased to announce that we have expanded our partnership with Petco to their Madera, California location. The Madera Petco is located at 2140 West Cleveland Avenue, Madera, CA 93637.
For our Fall/Winter issue of Playmate magazine, we would love to feature some of our “alumni” from last year’s “Home for the Holidays” adoption promotion!
This year’s Bets for Pets fundraiser was the best yet! The Central California SPCA profited over $19,000!
The Central California SPCA is happy to announce the launch of its website redesign!
The staff and volunteers at Central California SPCA have a lot to cheer about! The ASPCA today announced that the Central California SPCA is not only tops in Division Five of the 2014 ASPCA Rachael Ray $100K Challenge, but they are leading the pack for finding homes for 711 pets during the first 30 days of the three-month competition.
Calling all adopters! If you adopted a pet from us between June 1 to present, you can help us win grant funds from $1,000 to $5,000!
In order to help save more lives and as we gear up for the ASPCA Rachel Ray 100K Challenge this summer, we are pleased to announce that Reclaim Fees will be waived beginning April 1 if your pet meets all of the following requirements.
This holiday season the CCSPCA’s staff and volunteers were as busy as Santa’s elves with both the Home for the Holidays adoption promotion and Whisker Wonderland.
The winner of our 2nd drawing for 4 FREE tickets to the Monster X Tour coming to Selland Arena in January was won by Manuel Lara. Congratulations Manuel!
Grace Stauffer, Rescue Coordinator of the Marin Humane Society, and Kerry Buitrago, from 3R Rescue, came together on Saturday to assist in the transferring out of 24 dogs!