This is Rex. You all have helped pay for his amputation a couple months ago. He was born with a deformed front left arm. Lucerne Vet determined the best thing for him was amputation. He recovered and was adopted, but the dogs in his new home were not quite up to his energy level (one was older and blind and Rex spooked him one night) so he was returned a couple weeks after adoption. Our cat care manager had been fostering him off and on since he was brought in to the SPCA and helped him recover from his amputation. When he was returned, she felt like it was a sign that she should keep him. So she did! He has been happy with his new brother and sister (also black cats) ever since. We the SPCA and her want to thank you all so much for donating to his amputation surgery. He is as happy as ever and loves his new life. He has a brother who grooms him and plays with him as well as a sister who likes playing with him too. Merry Christmas, Rex! 



Winifred & Lily

In October the SPCA of Hancock County held an adoption event with Stanley Subaru for Subaru Loves Pets Month. During this month, over 30 pets found their new furrever homes! Today’s Happy Tail comes from Winifred and Lily’s family!

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Pretz the cat in basket


We have a wonderful Happy Tails from perfect Pretzel AKA The Bravest Boy in the World! If you’re unfamiliar with his history, here’s some background!

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After being closed to the public for a bit while we follow isolation protocol to keep our kitties safe from an upper respiratory infection making its rounds, we were very excited to receive this wonderful Happy Tails update! Read along and we hope it makes your day as much as it made ours 🙂

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