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Congrats To This Month’s Nonprofit Beneficiary: PLACER SPCA

Since 1973, Placer SPCA has been dedicated to enhancing the lives of companion animals and supporting the human-animal bond.

Today, they’re the largest and most comprehensive nonprofit animal welfare provider in Placer County, helping homeless, injured, and abandoned animals throughout the region—and when possible, beyond. In addition, they offer many innovative programs and services to ensure that people and their beloved companions stay together. Their work within the community includes adoption counseling, pet-retention services, spay/neuter assistance and education, lost and found pets, volunteer opportunities, and collaborative rescue efforts (most recently taking in some of Maui Humane Society’s homeless animals in their time of crisis).

Placer SPCA


In honor of Placer SPCA’s 50th anniversary, they’re hosting numerous celebrations, including Barktoberfest (September 30) and a 50th Anniversary Open House (December 11).

“Placer SPCA is funded solely by donations, grants, bequests, and fees for service, and we operate independently from ASPCA or HSUS. This donation will directly help the vulnerable companion animals in our community,” shares Leilani Fratis, CEO of Placer SPCA.

Placer SPCA


For more information, including ways you can donate or volunteer, visit

“It's the support of our loyal advertising partners, like Posh Puppy Boutique and Posh Paws Grooming Salon, that allow us the opportunity to give back to the communities we serve.”
—Terry Carroll & Wendy Sipple