The Salvation Army
Every holiday season, the SPCA gathers pet food, supplies, and toys for individuals and families in need who have pets. The donations are then distributed by The Salvation Army in Monterey County. Many needy families in the community are pet owners who love their pets but are having a difficult time providing food for their families. The partnership assures food for the whole family during the holiday season and reduces the risk of families being forced to give up their pets because they can't afford to feed them.
Read more about this topic: Society For The Prevention Of Cruelty To Animals, Monterey County, California, Collaborations
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