The UCSPCA is a private, nonprofit organization whose mission is to prevent cruelty to animals by providing temporary shelter and finding adoptive homes for homeless, abused and neglected animals.
Thanks so much for all your support!
The UCSPCA is a private, nonprofit organization whose mission is to prevent cruelty to animals by providing temporary shelter and finding adoptive homes for homeless, abused and neglected animals, by conducting cruelty investigations, by eliminating the crisis of homeless animals by providing low-cost spay/neuter services for cats and by spaying/neutering all animals offered for adoption, by providing humane education, and by working to improve laws to end animal cruelty. Between 2013 and 2018, the UCSPCA Barn has housed well over 400 farm animals. Our Humane Law Officers have taken in over 150 Roosters from cockfighting rings, dozens of ducks, Alpacas, Potbellied Pigs, Farm Pigs, Goats, Sheep, Rabbits, Peafowl, and Equines, all seized from neglect and abuse cases. When the UCSPCA Humane Law Officers encounter a situation in which farm animals need to be seized, often in large numbers, time is of the essence and their barn facility serves as a crucial temporary holding facility for these animals through court proceedings and until permanent placements are secured. When the UCSPCA takes in rescued animals, they want the best for them. While the UCSPCA barn is always better than the accommodations where the animals were seized from, the stalls tend to get a bit soggy in the rain; they are in desperate need of a new roof! Our friend, Morgan Coy, has generously donated the roof for this project, and we are donating our time to put the roof on. We are raising money for the underlayment, screws, flashing, and other material we may need for the job. All money not spent on the project will go to the UCSPCA. With your support we will continue to fight the mistreatment of any and all species of animals Thank you so much!!