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June 2015 Newsletter

Hours of Operation:

Monday, Wednesday & Thursday: 12:00pm - 8:00pm
Friday: 10:30am - 5:00pm 
Saturday: 11:00am - 5:00pm
​Tuesday & Sunday: Closed

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What we Do:

The Niagara County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Inc. (the "SPCA"), a non-profit organization, has been serving the Niagara County community since 1894, overseeing the welfare of companion and working animals and assisting the public with animal-related services such as relinquishment, dog control, adoption and pick up of sick and injured animals. Additionally, the SPCA has been a place not only to surrender an animal in need of a new beginning or to adopt a new companion, but a place where parents visit with their children on evenings or weekends to view the animals available for adoption. It is a place to engage the youth of this community and to teach them compassion and respect for all life; human and animal alike. 





Volunteering & Fostering

Make a difference in the life of a homeless animal by volunteering your time to better their's.


Need to surrender a pet to the SPCA? Read more here.


Click on the link below to view our adoptable animals or read about adoption procedures.


Help the Niagara County SPCA by attending one (or more) of our major fundraisers throughout the year. These events are important to the success of the shelter!

Niagara County SPCA

          A No-Kill Shelter

Scents & More

1512 Willow Avenue

Niagara Falls, NY 14305


Commemorate a beloved pet by purchasing a memorial soy wax candle, use coupon code SPCA2015 and the Niagara County SPCA receives $5 from every purchase!

Think Adoption First


If you are suffering over the death or disappearance of a pet or know someone who is, please join us at the NCSPCA, 2100 Lockport Road, NF 14304. We are starting a self-help group to assist people with coming to terms with their loss. No one understands the depth of feeling involved when one loses a well-loved family member quite like someone else who has experienced it. No one will be put on the spot or expected to contribute unless they care to. Grief affects everyone differently; we are not convening to judge but simply to be a comfort to one another.

At this point, we have no way of knowing how many people will attend. This may become a monthly or even a weekly event depending on what participants decide or need. Whatever happens, please know the group will belong to you, the attendees. Coordinators for the sessions will be Joe Fecio, the NCSPCA’s compassionate cat whisperer and Polla Milligan, from the shelter’s Development Department who shares her home with 3 rescue dogs and the memories of many who came before them.

On a side note, the shelter will be closed that day so there will be privacy. If you would like to bring a photo or a story to share, please do so. 

​Future dates TBA.