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March 2018 eNews

Feline Feature: Eight Combat Cats Rescued!

This month SPCA International transported eight cats from the Middle East to their forever homes in the United States. These friendly felines were rescued by military service members and government contractors who were on deployment. These brave Americans fell in love with their combat cats and refused to leave them behind. SPCA International stepped up to help by preparing them for travel and coordinating the complicated logistics required for their rescue. In these heartwarming photos you’ll see that these special cats are easy to adore!

Drum Roll Please!

We are proud to announce a new partner in saving lives! Chem-Dry, the world’s leading carpet and upholstery cleaning company, will support SPCAI’s mission to advance the safety and well-being of animals by raising $5,000 for the cause.
 

Don't Miss This New Book

A heartwarming book for dog lovers, Love Unleashed celebrates the bond we share with our canine friends.This compilation of true stories features incredible dogs and the power of their love. Check out SPCAI rescue, Fox, on page 120!
 

Call to Adopt

Every year thousands of animals find themselves in shelters, unsure if or when they will ever be adopted. If you are ready to take on the responsibility of a furry family member we urge you to consider adoption first! SPCAI’s adoption page features amazing animals from around the world like Speedbump, a double amputee kitty, who is still searching for a family to call his own. Always make adoption your first choice.
 
 

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