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Providing for the care of your loved ones – both two- and four-legged – in your estate plan is important, so we’d like to invite you to join us for a complimentary Estate Planning seminar.
Special guest speaker Mark Drobny, Attorney at Law, Master of Laws (L.L.M.), Certified Specialist, Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law, and member of The State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization. In an entertaining hour and a half, you will learn everything you need to make future plans for you, your family and your pets!
Students and scout troops needing community service hours for school or badge projects are encouraged to help the Sacramento SPCA by completing one of our community service projects. Your hard work will make a difference in the lives of the animals in our care!
Hands-on, in-shelter volunteers must be 18 years old or older, apart from our Camp Counselor program. We are sorry, but we are unable to make exceptions to this policy. Please note that the Sacramento SPCA does not have a program for court-ordered community service at this time.
Looking for great clothing deals and a way to help animals like Eddie? Visit the Adoptable Goods SPCA Store now – ALL clothing, shoes, purses and accessories, including Halloween attire, are $3.00 or less – UNTIL GONE!
The Adoptable Goods SPCA Store is chock-full of both vintage and current clothing styles for men and women, as well as jewelry, books, music, furniture, collectibles, and an array of seasonal and household items and decor.
It’s only through your generosity and compassion that we are able to care for thousands of homeless and abandoned animals in our community each year. Your donations of any of these items are welcome. Each is tax-deductible.
Join the Sacramento SPCA Foster team from the comfort of your own home! Our live online orientation will cover what animals need foster care, supplies, how to identify common illnesses, and more.
Fill out our online application here to sign up!
Foster care volunteers provide temporary care for kittens, puppies, dogs and cats. Some animals may only need a home for several days, while others may need several months of care. By offering your time, energy, and home to an animal in need, you prepare an animal for adoption into a permanent home as well as prevent overcrowding in our shelter.
The Sacramento SPCA is always looking for foster families. Learn more by watching the short video and reviewing information found below.
A very sincere thank you to our wonderful business community…
Becoming a member of the Sacramento SPCA helps support our vital mission to save animal lives. With your membership donation of $35 or more, you will receive a Sacramento SPCA decal, a one-year subscription to our newsletter, Heartline, and you will be enrolled in our new online community. Higher-level memberships enroll you in the Sacramento SPCA’s Paw Club. (Gold Paw members are included on the Sacramento SPCA major donor wall.)
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) estimates that there are tens of millions of community cats roaming throughout the country. Our region is home to a countless number of these cats. Community cats are cats that are born and raised in the wild or have been abandoned or lost and turned to wild ways to survive. Community cats typically live in a colony which occupies a specific territory where food and shelter can be found.
The Sacramento SPCA’s For Pets’ Sake Program has placed more than 100 doghouse-shaped donation canisters in businesses throughout the greater Sacramento region. The money raised from this program is used to supplement our lifesaving programs.