SPCA Needs Your Help With More Than 200 Dogs
SPCA responding to call involving more than 200 dogs
The SPCA of Bradley County is currently on-site responding to a call from the Bradley County Sheriff’s Department regarding 200 dogs in the McDonald area.
We have few details at this time but are requesting the public’s assistance as we respond to this case.
What we need:
1) Financial donations. Our Paypal account is firstname.lastname@example.org.
2) Adoptions. We have several wonderful dogs and cats already at the shelter!
3) Supplies! Please bring bowls, leashes, crates, dog food, etc. to the shelter.
4) We need volunteers on the ground to help feed, water and exercise our current guests, to do laundry and more. Please email email@example.com before going. That way we can make sure volunteers are scheduled to cover all shifts.
The shelter is closed the remainder of today for intakes. The shelter does remain open for adoptions.
The beagles will not be made immediately available for adoption. We are working with rescues around the country to find them safe places.
We will provide more information and photographs as they become available.
The SPCA of Bradley County is Tennessee’s largest open-intake, no-kill animal shelter and provides humane enforcement and sheltering for companion animals, while providing compassionate animal control services, under the No Kill Equation model. The SPCA of Bradley County has been awarded a contract from the Bradley County, Tenn. County Commission to provide animal care/control and sheltering for companion animals who are homeless, neglected, and abused within the county’s jurisdictional boundaries. The shelter is located at 1570 Johnson Blvd. in Cleveland.