The SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Upstate New York Inc.) of Upstate New York is the largest no-kill animal shelter north of New York City and was founded in 1959. We are committed to the prevention of torture or cruelty (includes every act, omission, or neglect, whereby unjustifiable physical pain, suffering, or death is caused or permitted), and the protection of all animals, (includes every living creature, except a human being), and Article 26 Agriculture & Markets Law Sections number 350; to promote the health and welfare of animals; responsible pet ownership, increasing awareness of the interdependence between humans and animals through education; to make available products and services that benefit the general well being of animals; and the care, protection and respect for all living in their environment. We are a private, non-profit animal shelter which does not receive any funding from the local, state or federal government, but relies strictly on adoption fees, grants, donations and gifts to fund its needs. We are the official SPCA for both Washington and Saratoga Counties and provide a host of services for all local homeless pets and members of our community with pets in need.
View adoption info: http://www.spcauny.org/adoptions.html