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Help the animals
2016 was a very good year for the Chemung County SPCA. Here are just a few highlights from the year.
Clear the Shelters
2016 Clear the shelters event saw over 30 pets adopted in one day!
Animals Helped by Animal Rescue Fund
Animals were Helped by the Animal Rescue Fund in 2016
Vet bills covered by Animal Rescue Fund
Our Animal Rescue Fund helped cover over
of vet care costs in 2016
Adoptions in 2016 represented an increase of
Ending Animal Overpopulation
Every Year, Nearly
Cats and Dogs are Spayed and Neutered at our Low-Cost Spay & Neuter Clinics
Safety Net Programs
Since its 2015 Inception, the
Pet Food Pantry
has served over
households and nearly
Numerous humane education programs help to ensure the future of animal welfare.
Kitty lit programs help encourage reading with help from the animals.
A great team of volunteers and staff get out into the community for events and programs to promote the animal welfare mission and adoption of the animals in need.
Our volunteers commit countless hours to help the animals and keep the shelter in good shape.
Our supported provide donations all year of food and supplies that help the shelter operate and server our animals and the community we serve.
Free Microchip Clinics
In 2016, we initiated this service to the community as one of our safety net programs aimed at keeping animals in their homes.