CASPCA to Aid in Hurricane Harvey Animal Relief Efforts

In response to the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey, a team of four staff members from the Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA will be traveling to BARC, the City of Houston’s only municipal shelter, to transport displaced and abandoned animals back to the CASPCA for veterinary care and adoption.

To make space for the homeless animals we’re transferring in from Houston, we are having a “Clear the Shelter” adoption event this Saturday, September 2nd through Monday September 4th. All adoption fees will be waived.

During this time, we will have a higher demand for resources, and in addition to monetary assistance, welcome your donation of towels, newspapers, laundry detergent, and yoga mats. We are also collecting donations of pet food and supplies for the animals at the BARC animal shelter that we will deliver upon arrival.

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Microchip and Rabies Clinic Sunday August 6th

The next Microchip and Rabies Clinic is this Sunday, August 6th from 12pm-4pm!

 DID YOU KNOW? One in three pets become lost in their lifetime. Without identification, 90% never return home.

Returning lost pets to their owners is an important part of the CASPCA’s life-saving mission. That’s why the Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA offers walk-in hours for your pet to receive a rabies vaccine or microchip.  NO APPOINTMENT REQUIRED. All cats must be in carriers and all dogs must be on leashes.

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Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA Announces New Executive Director

Suzanne Owen, President of the CASPCA Board of Directors announced today that Angie Gunter has been appointed Executive Director. Angie will begin her new position on August 1, 2017.

Angie has been a passionate member of the CASPCA team for more than four years serving as a volunteer, Board member, and then Development Director. Under her leadership, we have increased community-wide support and forged new partnerships for the greater good of all of the animals in our community. Prior to joining the CASPCA, Angie served in corporate leadership positions for over 14 years. She has been an active member of the Charlottesville community since 2005 and currently has four dogs and two rabbits from our SPCA.

In her role as Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA Executive Director, Angie will oversee day to day operations of the CASPCA including animal care, animal intake, adoptions, donor relations, education, training and counseling programs for pet owners, and management of pound services for the City of Charlottesville and Albemarle County.