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On behalf of the animals.... Thank you
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The SPCA of the Triad celebrates it's 20th Anniversary this year! On May 4th we kicked off a time of thanks to all who have helped through the years with a gathering at Porterhouse Bar and Grill in Greensboro! Thank you to all who came out, and all who have supported our efforts, adopted, volunteered and donated. It takes all of us working together to help the animals. Together we have helped countless animals get a second chance at life!
CHARLIE needs your help!
Charlie, only 10-12 weeks old, was found dragging a useless back leg. Turns out he had a snapped femur, and since there were no abrasions or scratches on him, it is probable he was kicked or dropped instead of being hit by a car as first suspected.
Through all the pain, Charlie licks everyone he can reach and the prognosis is good that surgery to fix his leg was successful; however, the SPCA needs help with the large vet bills. We currently have several special needs animals from heartworm positive animals to others facing possible limb amputation. This depletes funds needed just for routine care of healthy animals and limits the number of animals we can rescue.
Anything helps so we hope you can and will help Charlie. You can donate to help Charlie online using the donate button at the top of this page or by mail at SPCA of The Triad, P. O. Box 4461, Greensboro, NC 27404.
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Looking for a way to honor the animal lover in your life or a beloved pet? How about sponsoring a spay/neuter of a rescue animal. You will be saving many innocent animals by doing this!
THERE IS HELP TO STOP NEEDLESS SUFFERING AND OVERPOPULATION
The feral cat clinic at the SPCA is once again open and ready to take appointments to get those ferals taken care of. Dr. Linda East's Street Cat Project runs the clinic. Cats must be unowned outside cats and must be brought into the clinic in traps. For more information or to make an appointment, please call Dr. East at 336-763-2586 or email email@example.com. This is the time of year when ferals start going into heat and it is important to get them spayed before they get pregnant and have kittens. We want to thank all the colony caretakers and trappers who give so much of their time and love to help the homeless cats of our community.
Pet of the week Don't forget to tune into WFMY TV on Saturday mornings between 8 and 9 a.m., Hero Central segment to watch our cute furbabies.