Central California SPCA - What We Do
Video begins with 14 slides of CCSPCA’s adoptable animals shown in rapid succession. Text reads “21,000 animals come through Central California SPCA doors annually.” 2nd set of slides spells out text that reads “We are dedicated to helping Fresno’s homeless animals find new homes.” Next slide shows a CCSPCA volunteer holding a puppy. Text reads “But that’s not all we do.” Next slide shows our humane educator at an event with a presentation table. Text reads “We work directly with the public to teach animal safety and proper animal care.” Next slide show a photo of a woman who was convicted of animal cruelty. Photo caption reads “Kingsburg woman sentenced to jail for animal cruelty. Investigators say she kept 8-10 dogs at all times and she knew she couldn’t handle them by 2014, five years before her arrest.” Text on slide reads “We investigate cruelty cases.” Next slide shows a picture of our veterinarian examining a dog with our shelter veterinary assistant. Text reads “We offer low cost vaccination clinics.” Next slide shows a family with their dog, Goliath, who received medical treatment for an eye injury through our Wellness Fund. Text reads “Our wellness fund helps injured animals.” Next slide shows our veterinarian performing a spay surgery. Text reads “We have low cost spay/neuter services.” Next slide shows two kittens in a cage. Text reads “We partner with more than 140 rescue organizations to help pets find their furever homes.” Next slide is text only and reads “That is just a small snapshot of what we do daily.” Next slide is text only and reads “CCSPCA is not federally, state or locally funded and does not receive aid from any national organization (including the ASPCA).” Last slide shows the CCSPCA logo and our website ccspca.com.