Team 2880 6.1.2014

The Lead After First Month of The 2014 ASPCA Rachel Ray 100K Challenge!

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.


Reclaim Fees will be waived

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.

Aids Walk 2013

CCSPCA Attends Fresno Aids Walk

We thank all the walkers and attendees who supported the Fresno Aids Walk held Saturday morning, October 26, at Woodward Park.


CCSPCA Visits Tranquility Elementary

On October 17, our Humane Education Van made stops at Tranquility & Cantua Elementary schools to provide presentations on pet responsibility, dog bite prevention, and overall CCSPCA services and how we help the animals in our community. The principal at Tranquility Elementary called an assembly where Thalía Arenas, our Humane Educator, showed a dog safety video and had a Q&A discussion to test the previous animal knowledge of the students along with what they had just learned. The students were very receptive to the presentation and thrilled to answer questions.


National Veterinary Technician Week, October 13-19

In celebration of this special week, on Sunday, October 20, our Junior Volunteers learned about the different professions in the veterinary field and in particular, Veterinary Technicians or Vet Techs.

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