I went to the Delaware SPCA's website and found a cat I wanted to adopt after recently losing a cat (she was hit). After e-mailing and speaking to the rep at the SPCA, meeting with the animal at her foster home, then e-mailing my application to the rep, I went to pick the cat up and hand in the application in person. The lobby, as described by many, was busy, crowded, and smelly, but it was a Saturday, right after ... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag Abuse
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- Delaware County SPCA is dedicated to intervention and prevention policies that protect and improve the health and welfare of companion animals and support the people who care for them. As we enter our one-hundredth year of service, we are re-dedicating ourselves to that mission with three significant policy changes. staff SPCA Management Staff Nancy Bostic, Customer Care Manager - x213 - firstname.lastname@example.org Frances R. Franchi, Director of Development - x117 - email@example.com Tara Todd, Assistant to the Executive Director - x219 - firstname.lastname@example.org We are currently looking to increase our animal care team. If you are interested in working in the kennels or at the front desk, please stop in to Adoption Center at 555 Sandy Bank Road in Media today to fill out an application. If you have experience teaching or speaking publicly and have weekday availability, this could be your calling! Delaware County SPCA is looking for volunteer candidates to go out to schools, juvenile detention centers, pre-schools, Girl Scouts meetings, camps, living facilities, etc. in Delaware County to educate children and adults on issues surrounding animal welfare, animal safety and our mission. We are looking for people who have a dynamic personality who will engage listeners on lesson plans and lectures and serve as a positive supporter of Delaware County SPCA. You must be able to provide your own transportation and be comfortable around animals. You will be interviewed for this position. Interested parties should e-mail Jamie Neborak, Director of Training & Education, at JNeborak@delcospca.org. Delaware County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was established in 1911 originally for the purpose of providing watering troughs for work horses throughout the county. But as the needs of the county grew for housing and caring for homeless animals, Delaware County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) evolved to serve the ever changing needs of the growing community. Today Delaware County SPCA is an "Open Admission" facility, which means we take in all animals, and are not breed specific. We serve all 49 municipalities in the county. Over 8, 000 animals pass through each year. The dedicated staff, volunteers, and board members are committed to the health and welfare of these animals. Delaware County SPCA is a 501c3 non-profit, charitable organization registered with the Pennsylvania Department of State. We are not affiliated with any local, state or federal agency or any other SPCA or humane group. Our work is supported almost entirely by private donations. We work hard to place all adoptable animals. In many cases this means providing extra medical care, grooming, rehabilitation and socialization to give the dogs and cats every chance of being adopted. In addition to caring for animals at the SPCA, we provide other services in our community such as animal rescue service, seven days a week, 24 hours a day. We also work constantly to promote responsible pet ownership and combat animal overpopulation through low cost spay/neuter programs, community programs, disseminating printed information, publicity and special events like Spay Day USA.
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