When the Shelter is low on dogs and cats, we have the opportunity to save the lives of homeless animals in other areas, many on death row at kill shelters. Bringing these animals to the peninsula, however, isn’t free.
SPCHS is not animal control and we do not have the authority to respond to complaints of abuse or neglect. However, we do want any complaint of animal abuse and/or neglect to be pursued and invite you to report to us in addition to notifying law enforcement.
SPCHS cannot accept injured wildlife. For assistance, contact Wildlife Center of the North Coast (503) 338-0331
For emergencies, call pager at (503) 338-3954
If you have found kittens outside, assume their mother is nearby. She may be off searching for food or in the process of moving the babies to a safer location. Watch the nest and wait awhile. Mom...