NIAGARA FALLS, NY — It's really a remarkable milestone and turnaround for the Niagara County SPCA.
The shelter is celebrating the rehoming of its 10,000th animal. Since the shelter enacted a no-kill mission five years ago, 10,000 animals have been adopted, which is about five animals per day.
"We all came in after the scandal, for lack of a better word. There were a few too many euthanzations going on here. At that point, we decided to pursue a no kill mission," said Bob Richardson, SPCA President of the Board of Directors. "This 10,000th adoption is a true testament to to the work of the staff and volunteers that have supported us. We would not be here without all of that support."
To donate to the SPCA, visit the shelter's website.
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