Make pet adoption your first option this holiday season and bring a pet Home for the Holidays!
The Central California SPCA has recently launched a lost and found page on our website. Pet owners now have the option of viewing photos of pets recently brought into our stray department in the comfort of their own home.
Our CCSPCA Adoption Center is overflowing with many outstanding animals that have been with us in excess of 30 days or more. They are all long overdue for a new place to permanently call home.
At the CCSPCA, we understand that people realize the importance to alter their animals. We also understand that many cannot afford the fees. The Snip N Chip (formally Spay Fresno) program has been revised and implemented for those people who want to prevent the cycle of unwanted animals, yet simply don’t have the means to.
On Wednesday, December 5, 2012, seven Labrador/Shepherd mix puppies and their father were rescued. A concerned citizen placed the call that morning that he had found a large black male dog standing next to a deceased female dog and their puppies on the side of the road.
Starting November 1, 2012 we will begin our low cost high volume spay and neuter program. Cats and Dogs must be 6 months of age or older to qualify for Hip Snip Hooray
Our dispatch sent an investigation Humane Officer out to respond to a complaint from a neighbor. Although the suspect was caught in the act of animal abuse by our Officer, she was not immediately arrested by the attending Fresno PD.
Our Neuter Day on October 1st did prove to be Neuter-ific! Although many did not show up for their low cost neuter, we did have many grateful families take advantage of saving money while doing the right thing for their pets.
We are pleased to be able to offer these Low Cost neuters as a proven means of saving animals’ lives. Please call 559-489-0544 on Wednesday September 26.
The CCSPCA will be offering them at a 2 for 1 adoption rate of $7 until such time we are at a managable number. Please be advised that the adoption of 2 rabbits are on same genders only.
This was our latest City Hall visitor!
Our animal safety programs reach 20 – 200 students at a time