We are so proud that Senator Trudy Wade took time to tour our facility and present the SPCA with an AKC Reunite, top of the line universal microchip scanner! We appreciate this so very much!
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!
Chihuahuas from a hoarding situation - finally being dogs
Rescued from a hoarding situation, these little ones need extra medical care, and we need help from our supporters to care for them. Prior to coming to the SPCA, their lives consisted of being overbred and existing in the confines of a cage. All need dental care, one will lose an eye and some who have been especially overbred, will need extra care. We must end puppy mills. No living, feeling creature should ever be mistreated this way.
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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.