The SPCA Of The Triad has been caring for neglected, abandoned and injured animals for 22 years.
We have witnessed many come into our facility so scared they simply can’t move, urinating from sheer fear. We are fully committed to providing the life they have always deserved.
Together, we can transform the landscape for our animal friends by helping the SPCA provide food, medical care, spay and neuter, and a warm, safe haven. We have a loving staff, and dedicated volunteers that help these beautiful animals become trusting, loving companions.
We could not provide our nurturing services without your continued donations and support. Your support saves lives. Please consider a gift offering to the SPCA Of The Triad this year. To view other ways you can help, please visit our "Want To Help?" tab above. We invite you to our facility to share a little love. You will receive more than a little in return.
The entire SPCA Of The Triad family is extremely grateful for every gesture of kindness. The hesitant wags, gentle leans, submissive rolls, and soulful eyes tell us so.
We are asking - if you see a furbaby you are interested in - submit an adoption application.
You will receive an email letting you know you are approved.
You can then call the Center at (336) 375-3222 or reply to the approval email and let us know a time you would like to come.
We will reply and let you know the time works. We have staff available to help every day (except Monday) from 10-4.
We will practice social distancing and dogs will be shown on our deck or in the agility run.
We are allowing one or two folks in the cat ward to see cats and
will be happy to answer any questions back out at the front deck about our kitties.
Stay healthy everyone!!
Pet of the Week
Pet of The Week: Misha
Breed: Domestic Longhair
Age: 1 and a half years
This is Misha. Misha is a one and a half year old female Domestic Longhair. Misha is a sweet and affectionate kitty with a calm and shy disposition. In addition to her loving personality, she also has a very pretty and soft long orange and white coat and will be easy to snuggle with. She does well with adults and kids, but is shy around other cats, so she would probably do best in a home where she is the only cat. Misha came to our organization with six kittens who have now all been adopted and it is her turn to have the same comfort. Maybe you and your family are the ones meant to provide a wonderful home for this sweet girl.
If you think Misha would make a great addition to your home, come and meet her at our facility located at 3163 Hines Chapel Rd. Greensboro, NC 27405. Our hours of operation are Tuesday through Friday 10 AM to 5 PM, Saturday 10 AM to 4 PM, and Sunday 12 PM to 4 PM. Our office is closed on Monday.
Interested in adopting Misha? Go to our website, triadspca.org, and submit an application or callus at 336-375-3222.
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