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The Niagara County SPCA is hosting a Webathon on April 25, 26 & 27, but we figured it is never too early to get a jump on the event. We need your help to make this event our most successful fundraiser to date! We have set our goal at a lofty $75,000 so that we can continue to provide the homeless animals of Niagara County the best chance at a second chance!

Many will be surprised to learn what goes into running an animal shelter and the costs associated with doing so and we are going to tell you EXACTLY what it takes. For instance, we bet you didn't know that last year the Niagara County SPCA spent roughly $842,000 to maintain the shelter and the animals within it!!! Without the help of fundraisers and donors like you, we could not run the shelter!

Please join us by donating $5, $10, $20 or whatever you can afford and share this event with all of your friends and family members. Challenge fellow pet lovers or those who have adopted their family members to match your donation or set a goal to raise within an hour. It takes a community to care for its homeless animals and we are counting on YOU to help make a difference!

By donating, you will help take part in the miracles that occur here every day. Keep checking back April 25, 26 & 27 to read about all of the wonderful stories that have been made possible because of donors like you! Also listen to WHTT 104.1 for the Niagara County SPCA commercials that air all this week. The folks from 104.1 will be airing live Saturday morning from 10am to 2pm as well. Stop on by the shelter to meet them and the animals available for adoption! Adoption fees will be waived all day Saturday, we will have vendors present and will be serving up hotdogs from 10am- 2pm as well. The first 100 donors who donate at least $25 while 104.1 is broadcasting live from the SPCA will receive a goodie bag filled with SPCA merchandise, coupons and discounts. You can donate either on the website, call over the phone with a credit card or stop into the shelter. We hope to see you on Saturday!
  Are you looking for a great way to memorialize a pet or loved one? Consider make a memorial donation in your loved one's
name. More information can be found here.

  Join us for our second annual Hyde Park Hound Hike scheduled for Saturday, May 31, 2014 at Hyde Park in Niagara Fall-
rain or shine! This year's walk will be in memory of two very special pups: Dillan and Odie. Dillan and Odie were both victims of animal cruelty taken in by the Niagara County SPCA who rose from bad situations and were adopted into loving homes, but unfortunately, they could not overcome their histories. Both lost the battle for their lives; both in similar manners. Odie suffered a bowel obstruction and Dillan a perforated bowel from before he came in that plagued him for months before his death. We walk on Saturday, May 31, 2014 in their memory and to fight animal cruelty and to take care of those who fall victim to cruelty.

  To join a team, or create one of your own, go to www.crowdrise.com/hydeparkhoundhikemay2014. Day of registration begins at 10 am. We hope to see you there!!! Click on the following links to print out registration and collection forms. If you are pre-registering, you can mail your registration form along with payment to the shelter or physically drop it off at 2100 Lockport Rd, Niagara Falls, NY. Registration includes a bandana for your pooch, a hotdog, cheeseburger or veggie burger, chips and a soda or water the day of the event.  
  Instructions for creating a team: Click on the Crowdrise link above. Once you are on the SPCA Crowdrise Hound Hike website page simply click on the big Create a Fundraiser icon. You'll quickly be on your way to creating a team. Don't forget to set your goal and invite friends, neighbors and family to join your team or donate! Teams can compete against each other to see who can raise the most money. Let's get in the team spirit and help fight animal cruelty!!!  
  Attention All Vendors: If you are interested in setting up as a vendor, please fill out the application here and mail it to the shelter at 2100 Lockport Rd or email your application to info@niagaraspca.org. There is no fee to be a vendor. All applications must be received by May 29. Please note, that food vendors must have a Niagara County Health Department Temporary Food Service permit and register with the Niagara Falls City Clerk's Office located at 745 Main St, Niagara Falls or call 716-286-4392.  
  Don't want to create or join a team, but would like help by making a donation? No problem! Just click on the Donate Now
button and make a donation! Fundraising Websites - Crowdrise


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There are Facebook pages dedicated to reuniting lost pets with their owners! One is called PET ALERT OF WNY. The other is WNY LOST & FOUND PETS. If you've lost or found a pet, please post photos/videos and as much information as possible right here: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Pet-Alert-of-WNY/273796975968125 and https://www.facebook.com/WnyPets?ref=ts&fref=ts.

  Without the continued support of the veterinary community, the Niagara County SPCA would not be able to place the animals we rescue into loving, forever homes. When adopting an animal from the Niagara County SPCA, please consider supporting the veterinarians who have made that adoption possible; those who help our shelter animals each and every day.  
  The Niagara County SPCA and most importantly the animals, we would like to say a special thank you to:  
  Central Park Animal Hospital
Companion Care Animal Hospital
Ford Veterinary Clinic
Gerber Small Animal Hospital
Grand Island Animal Hospital
Killewald Animal Hospital
Transit Valley Animal Hospital
Wheatfield Animal Hospital
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