You can help save the life of a lonely and homeless animal in Erie County — an animal like Leo — with your gift to the SPCA Serving Erie County today.

Leo, a two-month-old grey kitten, wandered into the lion exhibit at the Buffalo Zoo in search of food. On his hunt, the little guy fell into the safety moat that surrounds the lion exhibit. A zoo keeper heard Leo’s tiny mews during his morning walkthrough and found him hiding in the straw padding of the moat and quickly got him to safety. Soon, the newborn kitten was in the loving hands of the SPCA’s Veterinary Team who worked with the Veterinary Team at the Buffalo Zoo to ensure the tiny kitten was healthy and free of any potential zoonotic diseases.

Leo was placed with an SPCA foster family until he was ready for adoption. It didn’t take long for this sweet guy to find his forever home where we know he’ll be the main attraction for years to come.

As you can see, animals can be rescued from even the direst circumstances with the help of a few loving and generous friends. Will you be a friend to homeless animals today?

Please make a gift today to provide safe shelter, medical treatment, and compassionate care to homeless animals in Erie County.

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.