The Brant County SPCA will protect the existence of animals through the provision of leadership in the prevention of cruelty to animals and the promotion of animal welfare.
About BRANT COUNTY SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMAL
The Brant County SPCA is dedicated to animal welfare by creating a kind, compassionate and safe environment for all animals.
The Brant County SPCA is a not-for-profit, non-government funded organization that has been providing animal protection and welfare services in the City of Brantford and the County of Brant for over 40 years. These services include providing a home for homeless animals, Pet Adoptions and Humane Education, Community Emergency Assistance, Animal Care Services, and Public Surrenders.
The shelter, located at 539 Mohawk Street in Brantford, was built in 1969 and has been providing a home for homeless animals ever since. These animals include but are not limited to cats, dogs, rabbits, degus, hamsters, guinea pigs, birds, fish and the occasional snake or two.
While domestic animals are housed and cared for at the shelter, the Brant County SPCA also rescues over 1000 sick, injured and orphaned wild animals annually, transporting them to licensed wildlife rehabilitators.
What People Are Saying
"Getting [the] dog food has really helped me be able to buy better food… It means so much to me... You’re not just thinking about animals, you’re thinking about the people too… I’m so grateful that [the SPCA] is able to do this... it helps them and then it helps me eat better."
— Randy Roberts, SPCA Client
"After I retired from teaching, I signed up as a volunteer. Life is good when you can help those who need it."
— Marylou Padfield, Volunteer