Important Information on COVID-19
Our goal is to serve the pets and people of our community while keeping our staff, volunteers, and clients protected.
Adoption and surrender services are available by appointment.
Please visit mspca.org/surrender or mspca.org/adopt for more information.
Our adoption centers remain closed to the general public.
In order to maintain a safe environment for our staff, volunteers, animals and clients the adoption centers will remain closed to walk-through traffic for the foreseeable future.
Our low cost community clinics are open by appointment.
Visit mspca.org/spayneuter to learn more.
Dog training classes have resumed.
Visit mspca.org/dogtraining for more information on in-person and virtual training options.
Our Community Outreach teams are providing access to food, emergency temporary housing, and veterinary care.
Our goal is to keep families together with their pets and make sure no pet goes hungry during the crisis. Visit mspca.org/communityoutreach to learn more.
Foster care and volunteer positions have resumed.
Please visit mspca.org/volunteer for the most up-to-date information.
How You Can Help
- We are accepting donated items on a limited basis.
Visit mspca.org/wishlist for a list of items we do and do not accept at this time.
- We are accepting monetary donations of support.
Visit mspca.org/helpnow to donate to our COVID-19 relief efforts.
- We encourage every pet owner to develop a preparedness plan should you become ill or hospitalized. Please visit our disaster preparation webpage for helpful information.
- Helping pets in your community – We are encouraging community members to check in with friends, neighbors and relatives that may be living alone with pets or be more vulnerable to this virus to make sure they are ok. If you have room in your home, consider offering emergency housing to those that may need to separate from their pet due to hospitalization.