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SPCA of Franklin County

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Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animal Services, Animals

Mission: To provide essential animal care services to the Franklin County community through dynamic partnerships with local organizations.

Results: Provided 426 FREE spay/neuter surgeries to residents of mobile homes/trailers in Franklin County in 2014. Best Friends NMHPN, in conjunction with Petsmart Charities, provided grant funds that covered 25% of the cost of the surgeries. The balance of funding was through private/local community donations. This grant is now expired, but please check our FB page for upcoming events/grants or sign up for our electronic newsletter to stay informed. 2014 YTD we have spayed/neutered 18 pets and 52 Feral Cats via TNR. (This is apart from the mobile home grant project) We have also provided educational programming on animal care and safety to children and participated in Wake Forest Children's Expo.

Target demographics: the pet community

Direct beneficiaries per year: 250 animals

Geographic areas served: Franklin County NC

Programs: SNIP low cost spay/neuter services Vaccination/Microchip Clinics Pet related educational programming Pet Pantry services for low income families/families in crisis

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Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters



Rating: 5

It all started with one lone feral male cat showing up half starved years ago, and could have grown into a serious problem if not for the kind support of Rebecca at Franklin County SPCA. Over the years more strays have shown up at the feeder, and thanks to the feral neuter voucher program the numbers have only grown by seven instead of dozens. Last year Rebecca provided a feral cat house built by the Boyscouts to help with a warm safe shelter. We provide daily food and a drinking water source year round, and the cats return the favor by eliminating snakes, mice and moles from the area. All in all it is a win-win situation. Thanks SPCA!!!


Client Served

Rating: 5

My experience with the SPCA was very helpful. The woman went out of her way to assist me in getting help for my dog.


Client Served

Rating: 5

My experience was wonderful. Everyone was so helpful. I felt really bad about having my dog fixed because I did not want to cause him any pain. Everyone helped me feel better about the whole situation with reassuring words and pleasant smiles.