Kings SPCA Halfway Home, located in Southern California and founded in 1959, seeks to provide a safe haven for abused, abandoned, and surrendered animals. In the past five years, they have rescued 2,344 animals! Kings SPCA has made it their mission to increase community awareness of the benefits of animal companionship, and the importance of spaying/neutering your pets.
Kings SPCA shelters approximately 35 animals at any given time, with the majority being dogs. Thanks to the organization’s Foster to Adopt program, these pets don’t have to stay in the shelter for a long period of time. This program allows fosters to take care of the animals while they are awaiting required medical procedures.
The organization has demonstrated their love for the animals in their care by sheltering two Pit Bull mixes since 2012. Their names are Buddy and Mocha, and they are a bonded pair. They also have a Queensland mix named Bella who has been in their care since 2014. Kings SPCA reiterates that they will not give up on any of the animals at their shelter until they are placed in a loving home.
Kings SPCA Halfway Home hosts a number of different events throughout the year in their area. On February 3rd, they will be at an adoption event located at 9002 14th Ave., Hanford, CA from 9am until 3pm. On March 31st, they will be conducting a fundraiser at a Pep Boys car show. You can find further details for all upcoming events on the Kings SPCA website.
“Cookie is a 2 year old Boxer. She is a fun-loving, sweet, happy girl. She is good with other dogs and kids, and she loves to play! Her tongue hangs out almost 95% of the time due to a birth defect; the teeth on the right side of her mouth didn’t grow in fully so there’s nothing to hold it in. This birth defect doesn’t affect her eating or drinking, and it makes Cookie quite unique.”
If you would like to adopt one of the animals at Kings SPCA that are looking for a home, please visit their website here and submit an adoption application. Kings SPCA can be contacted at email@example.com, Facebook and by phone at 559-925-1630