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The SPCA Albrecht Center for Animal Welfare has been caring for homeless dogs and cats for more than 80 years. We are a private 501(c)3 non-profit organization and we do not receive government funding, or any regular funding from national humane organizations such as the ASPCA or the Humane Society of the United States, completely separate organizations. To continue our important life-saving work, we rely solely on sales from our Thrift Store location, support from the Veterinary Care Center, and from special people like you. Every donation enables us to help the many animals in our care, and support the programs we provide to the community. THANK YOU!




A microchip for a homeless dog or cat so they may never be lost again



Four Felv/FIV tests for homeless cats and kittens to ensure a quality of life.



Two heartworm tests to ensure a healthy heart



Flea/tick prevention for one homeless dog for a year, to prevent numerous illnesses and to give a dog in need a happy, healthy life.



One spay or neuter surgery to prevent unwanted pregnancy and pet overpopulation, and to gift a healthy life to a pet in need.



Heartworm treatment for a heartworm positive dog.

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