This is a great brunch which will benefit all the animals at the SPCA.
We understand you all live busy lives so the food will be available from 11:30 to 2. You do not have to stay for the whole time or be there when it starts we would love to see you all there Please join us for a fun Friday brunch
Please stop by, learn about adoption and hear about our good work . Dogs will be there and items for sale. Lots of fun to be had. Weather permitting.
Thank you again to Mike Taylor from CES for once again helping us keep our fur babies warm You are so very appreciated by all of us here at the SPCA
From left to right, Mariah (holding Imani), Debbie Dittert (SPCA Shelter Manager holding Jewels), Katrina DiCostanzo (CES), Joe (holding Stone) and Cisco.
“This yearly donation is something we look forward to,” Michael Taylor, CES owner states. “As the cold weather approaches, we understand the difficulty for non-profits and even more difficult for animal shelters that need to keep the heat on for the animals. These great organizations struggle to keep the lights on and the buildings warm.”
Was on your website and saw you’re looking for stories
I work nights at a nursing home. In June, I was hiking with my husband and broke my arm. I was going to be home for three months. I have been wanting a dog.
I lived in South Florida for twenty five years and had a German Shepherd. My children were small and our neighborhood turned bad. Our dog, Bart, was fierce and protective. He was the best dog in the world. When Hurricane Andrew came through, he helped me keep my children safe from looters. When the storm cleared up, Bart was chasing someone off my property when he was struck and killed by a car. We were surrounded by devastation, but nothing broke us like Bart’s death.
I saw Idella’s brother’s photo on the internet and wanted to go see him. When we got to the shelter, I saw him, but I also saw Idella. I fell in love with her and I’ve never had a female dog before. But she was so beautiful! And she liked me! We went through the process and came back to bring her home, I was so happy!
She loved our couch! And we introduced her to our two cats and they were tolerant of her and she respected them.
We have five acres and she walked close to me when we did our “rounds” and I throw balls for her. She does not roam. It is nice. We do put her on the leash and walk her up and down our street so she is familiar with the area.
I do keep a steady supply of rawhide chew bones for her and she has done very little damage. She did chew up mommy’s glass frames, only because I left them on the couch. That was probably our only expense as far as her teething.
We took her to our vet, Dr. Johnson, he was very happy with her health. We had to go to NY City for a whole day and boarded her with him. She adapted just fine.
She’s here on the couch with me right now. People try to tell me how big she has gotten, I just don’t see it. She’s my baby. When I come home from work, she is sitting here with my husband. He does not work, he’s retired and she keeps him company. She watches sports with him and got used to his yelling at the television.
She’s our baby, my buddy, my protector. She protects me from falling leaves, strange buckets left in the driveway, she didn’t understand the full moon was supposed to be up in the sky and wouldn’t let me off the porch until I convinced her it was okay. She has rescued me from numerous chipmunks and squirrels. She loves to go for rides in the truck and looks right out the window. She is a very good puppy.
Bart would be very proud of her.
Mary Lou Bonner
We welcome you to our new site
We’ve realized that some of our features on our old site were a little dated and not working anymore. So we made a new site that works on mobile phones, tablets and computers. Best of all our adoption form works with just about any device or browser!.
Our front page features all of our newest furry friends right from our inventory! So whether you want a dog or a cat, we have all the information you need. Be sure to come back to our site over and over again to see all the new cats and dogs! If you like what you see, be sure to look over our adoption process. Not quite sure if you are ready? Fill out a form online for us to keep on file when you are ready.
Wake the kids! Phone the neighbors! Gather up your pets!
Its our pet pics with Santa on Sunday, December 6, 2015 at the Rock Hill Firehouse on Glen Wild Road. Santa will be there from 11 am until 3 pm. We had such a great time last year you will not want to miss this. Please save the date!