Our Mission & Vision

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The SPCA West work’s tirelessly to save, shelter, and rehabilitate animals.  Our efforts have had very positive results throughout our existence.

We take great pride in our achievements; uniting animals with their new loving families is a feeling that cannot be measured.

We believe that by working together we can save all animals, and bring an end to animal cruelty and wrongful exploitation of animals as commodities.

Rescue the mistreated. Save the injured. Love the abandoned.

Our Mission

To rescue the mistreated, save the injured and love the abandoned.

To bring awareness and a better understanding of where animals can be beneficial in our lives, and bring about a time when there are no more homeless pets.

To sterilize all pets in order to help prevent and reduce overpopulation.

To educate the population about how to properly care for an animal and how to help improve the lives of animals in our society.

To improve and implement animal rights legislation.

To provide medical attention to all animals that come through our door.

To help families find a pet that is compatible with their way of life.

To execute rescues with precision and efficiency in order to reduce the stressful effects on the animals.

To make the world a better place one dog, one cat, one animal at a time.

Our Vision

Our goal is to continue saving more and more animals every year and to encourage and support other shelters in a united mission.

We want to continue to provide educational programs to the public that demonstrate compassion and respect for all living creatures.

We will research and develop new innovative ways that improve the human/animal bond and the benefits of having a furry companion in your life.

The SPCA West is a shelter that demonstrates:

 

Authenticity: We do what we say we do.

Transparency: We are open and honest in our relationships.

Compassion: Every animal that comes through our doors receives the love and care they deserve.

Passion: We work day and night in sometimes less than desirable conditions to ensure the animals in our care are safe and healthy and the animals we save are rescued quickly and efficiently.