Puppies recover from burn injuries at SPCA


The SPCA of Wake County has helped more than 320,000 animals since opening in 1967, but our work is not done. With your help today, we are able to provide the life-saving care so many homeless animals deserve and need.Today only, your gift will be tripled, helping us save even more homeless pets.

Skunk, Zebra, Marlin and Chipmunk were surrendered to a county shelter twelve days ago.  Three of the four puppies had unexplained burn injuries on their backs and their owner could not afford to care for them.  The SPCA stepped in to take in these puppies and rushed them to our partners at Care First Animal Hospital.  They are now being treated for their burns and able to rest and heal in a loving foster home.

Your gifts make this care possible. When you give a gift today, not only will your money be matched by Care First up to $200,000 in donated veterinary care, but your money will also be matched dollar for dollar by a generous donor.

That’s three times the saving and healing power for pets!

Like all pets at the SPCA, these puppies will be spayed/neutered, microchipped and vaccinated before being adopted.
Give a gift that has three times the saving power today!

The SPCA of Wake County is a local, independent, non-profit organization that receives no government funding or tax dollars. We rely almost entirely on private donations to fund our annual operating budget of $3 million. The SPCA of Wake County is not affiliated with, nor do we receive funding from the ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals).

Treatment by our veterinary partners at Care First

Burn injuries
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