Pet overpopulation stems from several factors: cats and dogs reproducing with little chance of their offspring finding homes, lack of spaying or neutering, pet owners relinquishing their pets to shelters, and irresponsible pet owners.
Danielle came to rescue one pretty ancient and tiny min pin and noticed these two senior girls were in need as well.
Besides getting to work with animals and dedicated staff members, here are 7 other benefits of being an animal shelter volunteer.
It was another successful year at the Big Fresno Fair for the CCSPCA! 44 homeless animals found their forever home.
In early September, one of our humane officers responded to a report about a dog with open wounds. This Siberian Husky was rescued and is in our care being treated for a severe case of demodectic mange.
Starting on Black Friday at Riverpark, the CCSPCA will be offering special adoption prices for the Home for the Holidays event.
George Milutinovich, CCSPCA Board President, has been awarded Community Champion Humanitarian of the Year!
Tis’ the holiday season again, and we are excited to launch our annual pet supply drive to be held between the Thanksgiving and New Year’s holidays.
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We are thrilled that GSF Properties, Inc. chose the CCSPCA to benefit from their fundraising campaign this year.
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.
We are very happy that Poco and the Gallion family found each other!