Maggie was a 1 year old Boxer that was rescued by CCSPCA humane officers in October 2010 due to starvation.
Walking into an animal shelter can be overwhelming with all the choices of pets available: dogs, cats, kittens, puppies, a variety of breeds, colors, temperaments, ages, etc. Most people tend to be attracted to puppies and kittens, because, well they are adorable. Who could not resist their cute little faces?
At the CCSPCA we often have animals that are too young to be adopted, have an illness or injury, waiting for transport to another humane society or cannot adapt well to the shelter environment that need special care.
Kaiya has been in and out of our care since 2014, she has been loved by Staff at the Ccspca since the first time she came in the door.
Louie is still in need of donations made to the wellness fund to cover the cost of his medical procedure.
In the beginning of August 2015, two of our Humane Officers rescued 5 dogs from a southeast home. One of the dogs was severely burned on most of his body, another dog could barely walk due to an untreated spinal injury, and all 5 dogs were all infested with ticks.
GSF Properties Inc. presents their 3rd Annual Evening Under the Stars on Friday, October 2nd from 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm.
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!
On Saturday August 15, 2015, the Central California SPCA teamed up with Telemundo 51 to participate in the “Clear the Shelter” adoption promotion.
We’d like to spotlight another adult volunteer who makes a huge difference at our animal center – Brian Calhoun.
This year’s Bets for Pets fundraiser was the best yet! The Central California SPCA profited over $19,000!
The Central California SPCA would like to welcome two new veterinarians to our team – Dr. Sen and Dr. Breech.