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. TNR is the method of humanely trapping the cats, having them spayed or neutered and vaccinated against rabies, and then returning them to where they were trapped.
Thanks to a grant from The Washington Federation of Animal Care and Control Agencies, we have a very limited number of $15 spay/neuter vouchers available for low-income households!
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.