"The rescue of one animal doesn't change the world, but for the animal the whole world changes".
We at the Georgia SPCA are living our vision of "No More Homeless Cats or Dogs".
Since 2007, we have rescued and found homes for almost 10,000 cats,dogs, kittens, and puppies. Perhaps our most visible work is our pet adoption program. We work hard to rescue and place as many homeless pets as possible into their forever homes. Most of the animals we rescue come from county animal control facilities, where they face euthanasia due to lack of space, and from people who can no longer care for their pet due to health or family issues. Through our Compassionate Hearts
program, we rescue and provide treatment to sick, injured, or abused animals, giving them a chance for a new life in a loving home, when they might be destroyed elsewhere.
We we also promote responsible pet ownership and work to reduce the number of homeless pets by serving as an important resource to pet owners and the community. Our bi-monthly, low-cost pet vaccination clinics are always well attended, and we also provide low-cost spay/neuter services to prevent unwanted litters.
Thanks to the conscientious management of our resources, 95% of our operating budget is spent on programs and services to help animals, pet owners, and our community.
For more information about the Georgia SPCA and our lifesaving work, please visit our website at GeorgiaSPCA.org.