Animals like Kelp need your help desperately.

Kelp was found hiding behind a dumpster at a local restaurant by one of their employees. SPCA Officers and the local dog control teamed up to safely secure the frightened pup. When he was admitted into our care, Kelp’s right eye was so severely infected that he would wince in pain each time he received a calming pet on the head.

Our team gave him antibiotics and pain medications, and his eye was removed a few days later. After he woke up from surgery, he was a ready to receive all the love and attention he deserved…pain free!

So many animals like Kelp are suffering this season. But many shelters, like the SPCA Serving Erie County, are filled to capacity as newborn puppies and kittens are turned in at overwhelming rate. Our staff and resources are stretched to the limit.

Your gift today will provide homeless and neglected animals with lifesaving care and shelter. Your generosity will set them on their way to the happy, healthy lives all animals deserve.

Please note that the SPCA Serving Erie County receives no government funding, no tax dollars, and is not affiliated with any national organizations such as the ASPCA or the Humane Society of the United States. Your gift will help us care for nearly 12,000 animals each year. 
Make a secure online credit card donation. The SPCA Serving Erie County is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All contributions are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law.