With funding from the Bradley County government, grants, and private donations, the SPCA of Bradley County works to place every animal in its care into permanent homes. We have a full-time director, a staff of approximately 8 employees, and several devoted volunteers. Every animal in our care is fully vetted before they go to their new homes which includes spaying and neutering, age appropriate vaccinations, micro-chipping for identification purposes, and many times other physical or social needs. Less than 3 percent of animals in our care are euthanized due to incurable physical ailments or behavioral issues. We couldn't do what we do without the support of our followers and Bradley County’s citizens standing together to show every dog’s and cat’s life matters. (Note: we are not associated with the National ASPCA or the Humane Society of the United States).
SPCABC's mission is to advance the welfare of animals in the Bradley County community, to promote the No Kill Sheltering philosophy and to operate exclusively for a charitable purpose within the meaning of Section 501c3 of the Internal Revenue Code.