Adoptable Animals

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Animals available for adoption

There is someone here waiting for you. Find out who by visiting our adoption center. All adoptions must be done in-person to ensure you’re sent home with the best friend that is right for you and your lifestyle.

Special Adoption Center Hours - Aug 16 through Sept 13

In order to better care for the animals and community we serve, the Sacramento SPCA Adoption Center will be closed to the public on Thursdays from 8/16 through 9/13 to conduct staff training and department maintenance.  The Adoption Center will resume normal business hours on Thursday, 9/20. 

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Dogs & Puppies

Come down to the Sacramento SPCA to meet your new best friend!

The Sacramento SPCA is joining shelters across the country on Saturday, August 18th for Clear the Shelters.  For this one-day event, the Sacramento SPCA will reduce the adoption fee for dogs 5 years and older to $20, and waive all adoption fees for cats 7 months and older.

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Cats & Kittens

Come down to the Sacramento SPCA to meet your new best friend!

The Sacramento SPCA is joining shelters across the country on Saturday, August 18th for Clear the Shelters.  For this one-day event, the Sacramento SPCA will reduce the adoption fee for dogs 5 years and older to $20, and waive all adoption fees for cats 7 months and older.

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Small Animals

Come down to the Sacramento SPCA to meet your new best friend!

On Saturday, August 18th from 11am-2pm, rabbit adoptions will be SPONSORED thanks to a generous volunteer!

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Foster Animals

Please note, these animals are currently in foster homes and not at the shelter. Please contact foster@sspca.org if you would like to meet one of these faces!

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Pawspice

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We are excited to announce Pawspice!

This brand new adoption program allows animals with terminal diagnoses to be adopted into a loving home, with palliative care provided by the Sacramento SPCA. 

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What is a Working Cat Program?

Feral Cat

Why adopt a working cat?

Supporting a working cat is a safe, inexpensive way to control the rodent population while providing a home for a cat who cannot be adopted out to an indoor household. There are no poisons for children and pets to get into and no need to set nasty rodent traps while employing a working cat. This environmentally friendly pest control saves money and prevents horses, livestock, and dogs from being accidentally poisoned.