Thanks to a grant from The Washington Federation of Animal Care and Control Agency, low-income households can spay/neuter their pets for just a $15 co-pay!
Thanks to a grant from the Summerlee Foundation, costs for community/feral cat spay/neuter and vaccinations are covered. SPCHS endorses and supports Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) as the only proven humane and effective method of managing community/feral/outdoor/alley/loosely-owned/neighborhood cats.
Are you having trouble affording food for your dog or cat? Qualifying individuals can receive food from our Pet Food Bank to help them get through a difficult time.
Lost your pet or found a stray? Call the Shelter right away and, if necessary, leave a detailed message. Come by the Shelter next business day. Check Facebook and check with local law enforcement.
We understand and appreciate that releasing your pet to the Shelter can be a difficult decision to make. You should include all members of your immediate family and/or household in your decision to release the animal prior to bringing your pet to us.