Tickets now available for Funny Bones live comedy show!
Join us June 9 at The Orleans Showroom beginning at 2pm for this hilarious show benefitting Nevada SPCA.
Open for adoptions on Memorial Day
Please join us Monday from 11am-4pm to meet and adopt hundreds of rescued animals who seek loving, forever homes.
Nevada SPCA is maintaining standard adoption hours this holiday weekend, as follows: Saturday from 11am-5pm, closed Sunday, Monday from 11am-4pm.
[Bally, featured here, an adorable Himalayan kitten, baby boy for adoption, 3 months of age.]
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Most importantly, it is easy to share the animals' pictures with family, friends, and co-workers to help them find loving, forever homes.
Thank you very much for helping us reach more people to encourage them to consider adopting rescued animals.
Thank you for helping Nevada SPCA win 1st place in Nevada's Big Give!
Update: It was an important day for animal rescue, with more than 507 people expressing their love for animals with support to Nevada SPCA!
Reduced adoption fees on cats 5 years and older.
Update: Extended again due to huge success for adult cats! This adoption special is continuing through May.
The $20 adoption fee for cats 5 years and older includes spay/neuter, major vaccines, microchip ID, starter food, and more.
We reduced their adoption fee to encourage people to consider the many dozens of sweet, affectionate adult felines who await loving, forever homes.
The adoption fees for adult cats under 5 years of age is $40 (and includes all of the adoption benefits listed above).
The adoption fees for kittens is $70 for those 6 months and younger, and $50 for the "junior kittens" who are between 7 months and less than one year of age. (The same adoption benefits are included with kittens -- spay/neuter, major vaccines, microchip ID, starter food, more.)
Thank you for supporting Nevada SPCA's lifesaving work for cats, making 2012 our best-ever year for cat and kitten adoptions!
[Pictured here: Cookie, an elegant & graceful Turkish Angora mix, 9 years of age, awaiting a loving, forever home.]
Thank You for Making 2012 A Record Adoption Year!
Led by cat adoptions, which soared an astounding 38% in 2012!, Nevada SPCA had its best-ever year for adoptions.
Overall in 2012, adoptions for dogs, cats, rabbits, and more than a dozen other species of animals we generally rescue (including guinea pigs, ferrets, hamsters, gerbils, mice, rats, fish, goats, pot belly pigs, turtles, sugar gliders, peacocks, ducks, chickens, and other birds) increased by 8%.
Countless acts of kindness from you and other compassionate people and businesses can be credited with this accomplishment for the animals.
We are deeply grateful to everyone who contributed. A record number of people in 2012 fostered animals, whether newborns or seniors. We are now blessed to have thousands of friends on social media, sharing animals' postings on Facebook and Twitter and Blogger.
Every adoption, every donation of money or supplies, and every hour of volunteer service makes a difference and helps save lives. Thank you!
Raindrop, pictured here, is one of the thousands of rescued and adopted animals from Nevada SPCA in 2012.
Adopting senior animals, who have a magic all their own, brings rich emotional rewards.
The wise, gentle love from senior animals is every bit as unconditional and powerful as the love from puppies and kittens.
Many adopters strongly believe that there is also deep gratitude, and an understanding that they are being saved.
Seniors tend to get overlooked by most visitors, some of who are only seeking baby animals. But we challenge them to be open to the magnificence of all animals, regardless of age or color or size.
Personality and lifestyle are the best indicators of a forever match.
Rio, featured here, is a radiant 9-year old Australian Cattle Dog mix glowing with hope. She has made remarkable progress believing in people again after surviving years of abuse.