Ruckus came to us as a stray with an injury to his eye. He was part of a stray cat colony. One of the residents who fed the stray cats in her neighborhood noticed one had a litter of kittens in her backyard in a tire. The kittens and the mom were pretty much feral at that time.
The Central California SPCA is pleased to announce that we have added two new Humane Officers to our team. Animal Control Officer, Justin Trinidad, and License Investigator, Serena Ramirez, have been appointed as Humane Officers. They join together with Humane Officer, Jesse Boyce, who was sworn in December 2012 and Humane Officer, Rudy Gonzalez, who was re-appointed in January 2013.
Bring your family and pets to the CCSPCA’s Whisker Wonderland during the month of December! Come walk or drive through to enjoy spectacular lights and holiday displays. Then stop on by to take pictures with Santa and grab a nice warm hot chocolate or coffee! Whisker Wonderland is the perfect occasion to bring your children and pets to capture the spirit of the Holidays.
This event was run by 12 of our volunteers. They loaded and unloaded boxes from patron’s vehicles to the professional shredding mobile truck. The event coordinators said that our volunteers were very helpful and stayed busy throughout the event.
Jackie recently sent us an update on Benny. It’s always great to hear from our adoptees about how the animals’ new “furever” homes are working out. Jackie had entered Benny into his first confirmation competition and he won Best In Show! He competed against 20 other dogs and won. His ribbon is almost as big as he is! Congratulations to Benny and Jackie!
Fizza came to the Central California SPCA as a stray. She demonstrated innate inquisitiveness as well as friendliness and loyalty. These are key characteristics needed to be a candidate for the rescue foundation, Dogs for the Deaf.
Noah has undergone the professional training and received his advanced FEMA certification. He has been partnered with his firefighter and handler, Mark Schroeder!
We are happy to tell you that Duke recently found his “furever” home! He now has lots of places to run, play, and be loved! His new family often takes him to a local nursing home to offer comfort and support to the residents there. He is currently training to be a service/therapy dog.
The Fresno Fair is one of the Central California SPCA’s biggest events of the year. At this year’s fair we had three of our departments representing our organization – adoptions & foster care, education, and volunteer.
We are pleased to have just added Kong toys to our pet supply products at the CCSPCA. If you are not familiar with Kongs, they are tough, rugged, and bouncy and provide plenty of chewing time. Best of all they can be stuffed with any variation of things that your imagination can dream up. To […]
Dear Tabby and Brutus, I’ve heard that September is Natural Disaster Preparedness month. Do you have any suggestions on how to prepare for a natural disaster with a pet? I just don’t want to be caught unaware or not prepared. Sincerely,Needing A Plan Dear Needing, You are on the right track by want to prepare […]
Heartworm is found in the greater Fresno area, and any dog or cat with exposure to mosquitoes is at risk.