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Santa Cruz SPCA

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General Agency Information
Name:Santa Cruz SPCA
Address:2685 Chanticleer Ave
Santa Cruz, CA  95065
Driving Directions
Primary Phone:831-465-5000
Fax Number:831-479-8530
Days/Hours of Operation/Phone:Tuesday 11:00 am to 6:00 pm
Wednesday 11:00 am to 6:00 pm
Thursday 11:00 am to 6:00 pm
Friday 11:00 am to 6:00 pm
Saturday 11:00 am to 5:00 pm
Sunday 11:00 am to 5:00 pm
Description:The Santa Cruz SPCA is a 501(c)3 charitable animal welfare organization specializing in humane education, animal training, animal advocacy, rescuing animals, adoptions of dogs and cats, pet food bank and other animal welfare programs. Pet food giveaway to low income.

If you are calling for animal services (lost/found animal, dead animal, humane investigations, surrender an animal, etc.) please call the Animal Services Authority: 831-454-7303

FUNDING SOURCE: We do not receive any federal, state or local government funding. All of our programs and services are supported through the generosity of our contributors.
Mission:The purpose of the SPCA is to ensure the best possible quality of life for animalsand to promote respect and reverence for all.
Programs:The Adoption Center & Gift Shop is located at:
Capitola Mall
1855 41st Avenue
Capitola, CA 95010
In the Target wing
Hours of Operation:
Fri: 11-5:30
Sat & Sun: 11-4:30
Closed Monday-Thursday

Humane Education Programs teach compassion for all animals.
Pet Loss Grief Support Group-see related agency link below.

Blackie's Senior Friends: a special program providing financial assistance to senior citizens in order to enable them to care for their companion animals or assist with adoption fees for senior citizens adopting senior animals.

Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Assistance Program: A critical SPCA fund providing free or low cost spay/neuters to economically challenged pet owners in Santa Cruz County.

Second Chance/Tanner's Fund: to provide extensive veterinary care for sick, injured, abused or neglected animals who would otherwise have to be euthanized.

Heather's Pet Food Bank: regularly distributes over 7,000 pounds of food a month to economically challenged and senior pet owners.

Free Training: Free class offered to people with newly adopted dogs who need help overcoming challenges, behavior issues and other common problems.

Disaster Relief: When disaster strikes, the Santa Cruz SPCA is there to help. Visit our disaster preparedness page for tips on how to keep your furry family safe.
Languages other than English:None
Accommodations for Disabled:Parking & Wheelchair Access
Public Transportation:Available Within Two Blocks
Eligibility:Open to All
Fees:Call for Information
Areas Served:California
Santa Cruz County
Physical Location:Santa Cruz
Funding Source:See Description Notes
Related Agencies
Child Agencies:Santa Cruz SPCA Pet Loss Support
Subject Headings
Animal Adoption
Animal Food/Supplies Donation Programs
Animal Rescue
Animal Rights Groups
Animal Services Volunteer Opportunities
Information Services
Pet Food
Pet Loss Support Groups
Private Nonprofits
Public Awareness/Education
This record last modified September 2, 2013

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