WEST CHESTER—On Thanksgiving Day, volunteers at the Brandywine Valley SPCA put together a spread of traditional, pet-friendly fixings for shelter cats and dogs. Every homeless pet got a special meal dished out with love.
In total, 30 volunteers prepared and served meals to more than 200 cats and dogs, many of whom have been used to having very little to eat.
Each year, Brandywine Valley SPCA volunteers care for nearly 19,000 animals and find homes or other placement for at least 95 percent of the homeless pets that enter our shelter. Through dedication to maintaining an open-door policy for all animals and a commitment to lifesaving and second chances, the Brandywine Valley SPCA is working to cultivate a no-kill community.
Brandywine Valley SPCA exists to end animal suffering and to involve the entire community in the welfare and well-being of animals. It has locations in West Chester, Dover Delaware, Georgetown Delaware, New Castle, Delaware and Plymouth meeting.
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