Welcome to the SPCA San Pat County website.  Here at the Sandra Sue Benson Animal Adoption Center animals live in a comfortable temporary setting while waiting to be adopted into loving families.

ADOPTION DAYS

As we work through the COVID-19 (Coronavirus), we had made a difficult decision to go with Appointment ONLY adoptions.
We want to help you find a forever friend but want to do this in a safe manner for everyone including ourselves and animals.  Please view our website adoption area and if you see someone that you just can’t wait to meet or have some stuff that you would like to donate, give us a call (361-332-1445) and leave us a message and we will set up a play date or a time to meet.
We will keep everyone up to date via social media and hope to return to normal operations soon. Thank you for your support!

 

Meet-Greet-Play Fetch-Belly Rubs Take one home.  Bet you find your next Best Tail Wagging Friend! It will definitely make you both happy We have purry furry friends who need homes. You just might find your next Best Furry Friend. A lucky day for both of you!

 

We are located at 4630 FM 1069 in Aransas Pass, TX.  Look for the big blue building just south of Walmart and Lowes.

 

AVAILABLE DOGS   Click for the dogs currently available for adoption.
AVAILABLE CATS   Click for the cats currently available for adoption.

    

PET OF THE WEEK

Name: Jay and Jill
Gender: male (black) and Female (silver)
Age: 9 months
Breed: American medium haired

May be an image of cat and text that says 'PET OF THE WEEK SANDRA SUE BENSON ANIMAL ADOPTION CENTER Jay and Jill were brought in together from someone who found them injured. She took them to the vet for their injures and brought them to us. They came in antisocial but now they are so much better and as long as you give them a treat they will be all over you. They aren't attach at the hip cats yet, but they definitely love to watch you with their curious minds. Lovely kittens who need a home. They are up to date on vaccines and spayed/neutered.'

 

Jay and Jill were brought in together from someone from the public. She found that they were injured and took them to get care before bringing them in. They are spayed/neutered, up to date on vaccinations and on flea/tick prevention. They are timid and shy at first but will warm up to you after a minute.

the dona farrar intake building is now open!!!!!

Mondays, from 10 am to 2 pm, we will evaluate potential adoptees by appointment.   Please call us at 361-332-1445 to schedule an evaluation for a dog or cat that you need to rehome.

 

Here is a list of resources you may find helpful if your pet gets into poison

 

What To Do If Your Pet Swallows Poison
https://www.thehonestkitchen.com/blog/what-to-do-if-your-pet-swallows-poison/

How to Poison Proof Every Room of Your Home
https://www.safewise.com/blog/poison-proof-every-room-home/

Pet Poison Guide: Garage and Laundry Dangers
https://www.gopetplan.com/pet-poison-guide/household/garage-and-laundry-toxins

40+ Foods That Are Poisonous or Unhealthy for Dogs and Cats
https://pethelpful.com/dogs/Dangerous-foods-that-can-sicken-or-kill-your-dog-cat-or-other-pet

A-Z List of Poisonous House Plants for Cats and Dogs
https://www.houseplantsexpert.com/poisonous-house-plants-for-cats-and-dogs.html

How to Find Cleaning Products Without Pet Poisons
http://greencleaningreviews.com/how-to-find-cleaning-products-without-pet-poisons/

Are Your Pet’s Toys Toxic?
https://www.huffpost.com/entry/are-your-pets-toys-toxic_b_4859835

                                                                                                                                                                                              
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