Updated November 7, 2012


Please, please contact us if you or anyone you know can assist us in taking care of these wonderful animals that just deserve a chance. If you can assist, please contact us by email at spcapv@gmail.com.

To see more animals available for adoption, please visit our blog at
www.spcapv.blogspot.com and our FaceBook page, http://www.facebook.com/spcapv. SPCA PV also hosts adoption events at Biblioteca Los Mangos every Saturday from 10 am – 2 pm.


ADORABLE DOG(s) SPOTLIGHT …Every dog needs a home


Emilio and Crystal

Emilio has such a sweet temperament. Just look at that face…you can see what a good boy he is. At nine months, he has a lot of energy and just loves romping around with the other dogs. Emilio will be a medium size dog and currently weighs in at 18 kilos.

Emilio Crystal

Looking for a lovely lady? Well look no further. Crystal is approximately two and a half years old and no longer a puppy. She is well behaved…in fact quite ladylike. She seems to just get along with everyone she meets. Crystal weighs about 5.8 kilos.


NEEDING HOMES (what’s a dog to do…?)


Rocky-II Harley Benito

Cody Sissy Crystal

Jade Goldie

Muneca Leo Mickey

Quenee Ralph Rizzo

Dixie Oliver


ADORABLE CAT(S) SPOTLIGHT


Jasper and Mia

Jasper Mia

There are so many beautiful, loving cats looking for homes. It’s impossible to choose just one to spotlight. We have a number of felines of all ages looking for forever homes. They are currently being cared for by a few of our dedicated volunteers and brought to the library each Saturday.

We are always looking for foster families to help with the feline population. If you can assist, please contact us by email to spcapv@gmail.com.


Here are more felines in need of homes:


Melonie 180-chonfi 180coco-mamey

Jasper 180-mamey1 Beto

James Luke Noah

Celine

Nicole Alexander

Lizzie licha

Peddy-Lizzie-Max-Betty Pecas

Camilo Trini

Betty Fighty


There are a number of advantages when adopting a young adult cat versus a kitten. Although still playful, a young cat is less likely to get underfoot as a kitten. They are healthy, having been spayed/neutered and vaccinated. At this age they are housebroken, i.e. litter trained, socialized and less likely to get into “trouble.”

Also importantly, you will know your cat’s basic personality, his likes and dislikes. (Believe me, he’ll let you know.) Bonding continues to be important, and your continued good care will strengthen your cat’s trust in you, which is vital to your relationship.

PHOTOS COURTESY OF SANDRA BRIONES: http://www.sandorafoto.com/