& Pet Fair! You can also help by becoming a Sponsor or Vendor!
Saturday, May 3rd
10 a.m.-2 p.m.
FDR State Park,
*If you can't attend or are a cat lover,
you can still sign-up and raise funds.
Join us for the most exciting fundraiser of the year and help rescue and rehabilitate more animals in need by registering and collecting pledges! Form an Online Fundraising page! (You do not have to raise funds in order to attend).
CLICK HERE to Register Online and Start Fundraising!
First, you can high-tail it with your best buddy on a scenic 2.5 mile walk around the park. Then enjoy live music, fabulous food & refreshments for people and their canine friends, games and crafts for the kids and shopping in our vendor village.
Remember, you can also register on-site the day of the event.
CLICK HERE to Download a Registration Form to be mailed in.
Sponsors, have your business promoted to over 20,000 of our supporters through the SPCA Walkathon Brochure, PawPrints Newsletter and SPCA website.
to become a SPONSOR
CLICK HERE to become a VENDOR
*For further details email email@example.com or call (914) 941-2896 x 22
Who Could do Such a Thing?
On Wednesday, January 29, 2014, a pit bull puppy and two adult pit bulls were seized by police and brought to the SPCA of Westchester. It was suspected that the dogs had been abandoned in an apartment, living in filth and squalor.
towards "little puppy's" care. You can also help us in naming this precious little guy by logging onto the SPCA's Facebook Page here and casting your vote from our top 5 favorites.
The 5-month-old puppy suffered serious blunt force trauma to his head and face, crushing a part of his skull. Extensive facial wounds were infected and covered in dead tissue, impairing vision in the sunken remaining eye.
In the days ahead, "little puppy", as our staff has been calling him, will require pain management, antibiotics, daily anesthesia, wound management and bandage changes. Weeks ahead will mean many surgeries, possible removal of the right eye, facial reconstruction and skin grafts to cover the extensive facial wounds. The severe abuse and neglect this puppy endured caused him to suffer terribly; we can't imagine who would be so cruel.
Despite the severity of his injuries, "little puppy" is the sweetest thing, responding favorably to the loving attention he is receiving from our SPCA staff.
An investigation into the cause of the puppy's injuries is underway and anyone with pertinent information about this case is asked to contact the SPCA's confidential animal abuse hotline at 914-941-7797.
Thank you to our all of our Sponsors, Donors and Guests who helped make our 11th Annual Gala such an Amazing Success!
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