Nevada Spca-No Kill Animal

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About a week and a half ago, I saw a Rottweiler puppy who they named "Rickman" (who was later re-named "Rocco" by us) on their website. I immediately had to have him, so my Family and I placed a hold on him, and went to see him. He was brought out on a blanket. The other dogs being viewed didn't have a blanket, but I brushed it off like it was nothing. Of course I fell in love with this dog, so we adopted him. We were told to carry him out. I, again, didn't think anything of it.
He started limping as soon as he got a chance to walk. Since he just recovered from Parvovirus, we thought it was just were he had his IV's at. He also was coughing/wheezing , yelping/whimpering, and was just feeling horrible always laying down, and not acting like a 5 month old pup. He also barely ate. We thought the yelping and laying around was because he was neutered just 2 days ago. 6 days later, he didn't get any better, so we took him to the vet. The vet says he is obviously sick, and had an injury to his elbow.
The SPCA adopted out a sick dog. And they knew he was sick. It's something you can't miss. I came to the tearful decision to sign him back over to the SPCA. They adopted out a sick dog because they didn't want to spend the money healing him. They refunded us the $150 adoption fee, seeming without care or sympathy, even though I was in tears because of how attached I was, and still am, to Rocco.

The SPCA shouldn't have even neutered him after he just recovered from Parvo, and was still weak, but I guess they were just in such a hurry to get him out the door.

We were also told that he was kept in a kennel with another dog, so who knows if that dog and others caught what Rocco had, or if those dogs gave Rocco a sickness.

I hope to re-adopt Rocco once he is healthy. He will be the last time we adopt from the SPCA. They are no better than a puppy mill. You are better off going to The Animal Foundation, even though they are a kill shelter, they probably care more about the animals then the SPCA does.

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About a week and a half ago, I saw a Rottweiler puppy who they named "Rickman" (who was later re-named "Rocco" by us) on their website. I immediately had to have him, so my Family and I placed a hold on him, and went to see him. He was brought out on a blanket. The other dogs being viewed didn't have a blanket, but I brushed it off like it was nothing. Of course I fell in love with this dog, so we adopted him. We were told to carry him out. I, again, didn't think anything of it.
He started limping as soon as he got a chance to walk. Since he just recovered from Parvovirus, we thought it was just were he had his IV's at. He also was coughing/wheezing , yelping/whimpering, and was just feeling horrible always laying down, and not acting like a 5 month old pup. He also barely ate. We thought the yelping and laying around was because he was neutered just 2 days ago. 6 days later, he didn't get any better, so we took him to the vet. The vet says he is obviously sick, and had an injury to his elbow.
The SPCA adopted out a sick dog. And they knew he was sick. It's something you can't miss. I came to the tearful decision to sign him back over to the SPCA. They adopted out a sick dog because they didn't want to spend the money healing him. They refunded us the $150 adoption fee, seeming without care or sympathy, even though I was in tears because of how attached I was, and still am, to Rocco.

The SPCA shouldn't have even neutered him after he just recovered from Parvo, and was still weak, but I guess they were just in such a hurry to get him out the door.

We were also told that he was kept in a kennel with another dog, so who knows if that dog and others caught what Rocco had, or if those dogs gave Rocco a sickness.

I hope to re-adopt Rocco once he is healthy. He will be the last time we adopt from the SPCA. They are no better than a puppy mill. You are better off going to The Animal Foundation, even though they are a kill shelter, they probably care more about the animals then the SPCA does.

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I called and left a message because I wanted to make a monthly donation from my checking account and I was having trouble setting it up on thier website. Not only did no one EVER call me back, they removed my comment describing my experience from their facebook page. I will find another worthy cause to donate to seeing as the Nevda SPCA doesn't seem to need donations!

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I called and left a message because I wanted to make a monthly donation from my checking account and I was having trouble setting it up on thier website. Not only did no one EVER call me back, they removed my comment describing my experience from their facebook page. I will find another worthy cause to donate to seeing as the Nevda SPCA doesn't seem to need donations!

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I found the perfect companion cat for my existing cat at NV SPCA. I adopted Brita last month and the staff was very friendly and knowledgable to help me find the right cat. Brita only costs me $40 (including shots, spayed, and chipped)!!. She was so clean and friendly and gets along perfectly with my cat Jack. I highly reccommend this place for adoptions. Everyone should appreciate their hard work and dedication to save lives from people that don't know how to care for a life! Again, thank you to the staff of NV SPCA for helping find Brita and I'm so happy I found her a forever happy home!

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I found the perfect companion cat for my existing cat at NV SPCA. I adopted Brita last month and the staff was very friendly and knowledgable to help me find the right cat. Brita only costs me $40 (including shots, spayed, and chipped)!!. She was so clean and friendly and gets along perfectly with my cat Jack. I highly reccommend this place for adoptions. Everyone should appreciate their hard work and dedication to save lives from people that don't know how to care for a life! Again, thank you to the staff of NV SPCA for helping find Brita and I'm so happy I found her a forever happy home!

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All I know is that my friend and co-worker worked for seven months on a project that raised about $100,000 for the shelter and they won't pay the lady that organized the poker tournament. She lives in Las Vegas and had to put it together in Reno. It was even televised. These guys took the money and then refused to pay the bills. Did the same thing to this lady and one of her clients last year. These people are greedy. When someone hands you a bunch of money, says hold on to it and just pay the bills...just PAY THE BILLS and keep the rest. Now this lady can't help our charity because of these thieves. Whatever. What a bunch of idiots.

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All I know is that my friend and co-worker worked for seven months on a project that raised about $100,000 for the shelter and they won't pay the lady that organized the poker tournament. She lives in Las Vegas and had to put it together in Reno. It was even televised. These guys took the money and then refused to pay the bills. Did the same thing to this lady and one of her clients last year. These people are greedy. When someone hands you a bunch of money, says hold on to it and just pay the bills...just PAY THE BILLS and keep the rest. Now this lady can't help our charity because of these thieves. Whatever. What a bunch of idiots.

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Well.... what can I say about this place that hasn't been said? Not to much but I felt so bad leaving those animals with the staff you can just tell they don't care about them and they lack compassion and kindness to potential adopters. If you truly care about animals and work at a shelter I would suggest being kind and making it possible for people to meet and greet animals and not run and hide when you can tell someone clearly needs help, I did find one gentle-men who was kind and friendly but the little blonde headed kid could care less if I dropped dead in the middle of the shelter he was rude, im wondering if people that "volunteer" there are under court order? I would highly suggest going to lied on mojave they have amazing animals and the employees are wonderful.

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Well.... what can I say about this place that hasn't been said? Not to much but I felt so bad leaving those animals with the staff you can just tell they don't care about them and they lack compassion and kindness to potential adopters. If you truly care about animals and work at a shelter I would suggest being kind and making it possible for people to meet and greet animals and not run and hide when you can tell someone clearly needs help, I did find one gentle-men who was kind and friendly but the little blonde headed kid could care less if I dropped dead in the middle of the shelter he was rude, im wondering if people that "volunteer" there are under court order? I would highly suggest going to lied on mojave they have amazing animals and the employees are wonderful.

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The ONLY kudo this shelter gets from me is that it is no-kill. The cat area was smelled SO disgusting that i had to hold my nose and my eyes were watering from the ammonia. I think i offended a worker in that area by holding my nose, but i don't care, maybe they'll take a hint. If that smell doesn't bother that worker, what does her home smell like? That area is not safe for people or animals to breathe in and it's a wonder that the cats don't die in there. If you have any kind of breathing related issue, stay away from there. The dog area was a bit better, did not smell nearly as bad, but it was dirty. I think when volunteers take the dogs out for walks, that dogs kennel should be cleaned and sanitized while the animal is out. If they did this EVERY TIME, it would solve alot of problems with cleanliness and animal illness. I would rather pay and extra 5.00 in adoption fees to help pay for this extra worker than see this mess. Also, the volunteers that were there to walk the dogs looked like they were serving prison time. Why volunteer if you hate it? No-one asked us if we needed any help either. If someone was there to try to connect people with the right animal, alot more of them would get adopted. Needless to say, i am EXTREMELY dissapointed. I was hoping to volunteer there, but i think i'll look for another shelter where people actually care about the animals. I feel bad for these animals because no-one in their right minds would want to volunteer there unless they plan on taking over the whole shelter and changing how things are done. I wish i could be that person, but i have my own animals at home to spend time with and love and this shelter needs to someone to devote their LIFE to making it a better place.

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The ONLY kudo this shelter gets from me is that it is no-kill. The cat area was smelled SO disgusting that i had to hold my nose and my eyes were watering from the ammonia. I think i offended a worker in that area by holding my nose, but i don't care, maybe they'll take a hint. If that smell doesn't bother that worker, what does her home smell like? That area is not safe for people or animals to breathe in and it's a wonder that the cats don't die in there. If you have any kind of breathing related issue, stay away from there. The dog area was a bit better, did not smell nearly as bad, but it was dirty. I think when volunteers take the dogs out for walks, that dogs kennel should be cleaned and sanitized while the animal is out. If they did this EVERY TIME, it would solve alot of problems with cleanliness and animal illness. I would rather pay and extra 5.00 in adoption fees to help pay for this extra worker than see this mess. Also, the volunteers that were there to walk the dogs looked like they were serving prison time. Why volunteer if you hate it? No-one asked us if we needed any help either. If someone was there to try to connect people with the right animal, alot more of them would get adopted. Needless to say, i am EXTREMELY dissapointed. I was hoping to volunteer there, but i think i'll look for another shelter where people actually care about the animals. I feel bad for these animals because no-one in their right minds would want to volunteer there unless they plan on taking over the whole shelter and changing how things are done. I wish i could be that person, but i have my own animals at home to spend time with and love and this shelter needs to someone to devote their LIFE to making it a better place.

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Maybe the staff at the NSPCA should look up the word cruel.
If only the National Society for provention of animal cruelty could see how many animals they let suffer.
They house way to many animals, and they dont have enough staff for the care.
Letting animals sit in pee and old bedding.
The place smells like a biohazerd and should be reported to the health department.
Beware of adopting..... most of the animals are sick and will bring the sickness home to your other pets.

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Maybe the staff at the NSPCA should look up the word cruel.
If only the National Society for provention of animal cruelty could see how many animals they let suffer.
They house way to many animals, and they dont have enough staff for the care.
Letting animals sit in pee and old bedding.
The place smells like a biohazerd and should be reported to the health department.
Beware of adopting..... most of the animals are sick and will bring the sickness home to your other pets.

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So, a little while back, a few co-workers and myself decided it would be a good idea to adopt a dog for our equipment yard. We talked out splitting the food cost, bringing in left overs from our previous night's dinner, patched up/ cleaned up the yard so no hazards would be available for the dogs to access, and even built a 10x10 shack that had a doggie door, air conditioning, heat, and doggie beds. We had recently had a dog (cane corso) come into our lives because the owners couldnt have him anymore due to alpha male tendencies pertinent to the breed. We had Davey ( Davey Jones locker) which was a pure blood, championship bloodlined cane corso. We decided that Davey needed a pal in the yard so we went to the SPCA right down the street on our lunch break one day. It was 4 of us that went to pick out a dog. We weren't greeted at all or offered any assistance. We walked around looking at the dog's for a good half hour before we were approached and asked "what are you doing here". We explained the situation and said we were looking for a dog. The lady replied "we can't help you. we don't do what your looking for" which I think was an implication that we were gonna fight the dog or something. quite funny when you know the guys tat were present(all were dog and cat owners, were experienced in adoptions and donated to the shelters often. So bottom line, the staff being quite rude, belittling, judgmental and ignorant really destroyed the happy moment of adopting an animal. We ended up rescuing Captain Jack (captain jack sparrow) from the Lied animal shelter and had a wonderful experience there. We picked an older husky/mastiff mix that was probably around 14 yrs old, survived a few hits from cars,and very sickly/underweight but was an amazing dog. He lived at the yard for over 2 yrs and ended up gaining a couple(40lbs) while being a puppy again by playing with 2yr old Davey. He lived an awesome 2 yrs before he died from old age. Poor Davey missed him very badly for a couple of weeks. So steer clear of SPCA and goto another shelter. I suggest Lied or Noah's Ark. Have a great day and I hope this helps.

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So, a little while back, a few co-workers and myself decided it would be a good idea to adopt a dog for our equipment yard. We talked out splitting the food cost, bringing in left overs from our previous night's dinner, patched up/ cleaned up the yard so no hazards would be available for the dogs to access, and even built a 10x10 shack that had a doggie door, air conditioning, heat, and doggie beds. We had recently had a dog (cane corso) come into our lives because the owners couldnt have him anymore due to alpha male tendencies pertinent to the breed. We had Davey ( Davey Jones locker) which was a pure blood, championship bloodlined cane corso. We decided that Davey needed a pal in the yard so we went to the SPCA right down the street on our lunch break one day. It was 4 of us that went to pick out a dog. We weren't greeted at all or offered any assistance. We walked around looking at the dog's for a good half hour before we were approached and asked "what are you doing here". We explained the situation and said we were looking for a dog. The lady replied "we can't help you. we don't do what your looking for" which I think was an implication that we were gonna fight the dog or something. quite funny when you know the guys tat were present(all were dog and cat owners, were experienced in adoptions and donated to the shelters often. So bottom line, the staff being quite rude, belittling, judgmental and ignorant really destroyed the happy moment of adopting an animal. We ended up rescuing Captain Jack (captain jack sparrow) from the Lied animal shelter and had a wonderful experience there. We picked an older husky/mastiff mix that was probably around 14 yrs old, survived a few hits from cars,and very sickly/underweight but was an amazing dog. He lived at the yard for over 2 yrs and ended up gaining a couple(40lbs) while being a puppy again by playing with 2yr old Davey. He lived an awesome 2 yrs before he died from old age. Poor Davey missed him very badly for a couple of weeks. So steer clear of SPCA and goto another shelter. I suggest Lied or Noah's Ark. Have a great day and I hope this helps.

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I need to address the volunteer situation here. Volunteers may desperately be needed but the SPCA makes it very difficult to make this happen. If you want to volunteer you have to attend an orientation, which is fine. But the only time they are held are on weekdays @ 3:30 in the afternoon! No weekends, no evenings. Then in order to volunteer you have to submit an application, which is also fine. But you have to hand it in to a certain person (who wasn't there when I tried to apply & no one else was there to fill in). So I said OK I can also foster. Separate application - different person - different day. They make it very difficult to volunteer & help out. Nearly impossible, since I work during the week like I'm sure A LOT of people do.

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I need to address the volunteer situation here. Volunteers may desperately be needed but the SPCA makes it very difficult to make this happen. If you want to volunteer you have to attend an orientation, which is fine. But the only time they are held are on weekdays @ 3:30 in the afternoon! No weekends, no evenings. Then in order to volunteer you have to submit an application, which is also fine. But you have to hand it in to a certain person (who wasn't there when I tried to apply & no one else was there to fill in). So I said OK I can also foster. Separate application - different person - different day. They make it very difficult to volunteer & help out. Nearly impossible, since I work during the week like I'm sure A LOT of people do.

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We adopted a cat yesterday and we couldn't be happier. The entire staff was friendly and did their very best to make sure we were satisfied. It was the end of the day and no one rushed us, in fact they let us bring in our dog to make sure we had a great fit. We now have our newest member of our family home with us and thanks to the Nevada SPCA he truly does fit with us. We truly love him already and I'm sure he is a happy boy also. We want to say thank you to the entire staff and have a very happy holiday.

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We adopted a cat yesterday and we couldn't be happier. The entire staff was friendly and did their very best to make sure we were satisfied. It was the end of the day and no one rushed us, in fact they let us bring in our dog to make sure we had a great fit. We now have our newest member of our family home with us and thanks to the Nevada SPCA he truly does fit with us. We truly love him already and I'm sure he is a happy boy also. We want to say thank you to the entire staff and have a very happy holiday.

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My husband, Mother in law and I went here to adopt a cat. One of our cats had passed away and left us with a broken heart and a cat that was very lonely looking for his brother. When we went in we told Patty one of the wonderful workers there that we wanted a lap cat. A cat that is very affectionate to take the place of our Anthony.
While we were looking at the cats and talking to Patty this little sweetheart with one eye came up and sat in my Mother in Law's lap. She then went to my husband and nuzzled up to his neck. She had the loudest purr we have ever heard on a cat. My mother in law thought she was snoring. Patty told us that they had her for almost a year. Her name was Neeka Taylor, She immediately touched our hearts. We couldn't leave this precious little girl. We have adopted her and given her a new home she shares her affection with every one of us. We have changed her name to Mia. Apparently no one adopted her because she had only one eye from neglect of her previous owners. Sometimes you can't judge a book by it's cover and you have to open up your heart and see the good in everything
We want to thank SPCA for all they do and for given us the most precious little angel. This is a wonderful facility. For the amount of animals they have it amazes me that they are so clean. I heard that someone wrote a review that this facility had too many cats and that they should just euphanize them, that sickens me to think this person can be so heartless. What a low life loser to write such a horrible thing. Thank God for the loving people at SPCA. Shame on that awful person who gave them a bad review!!!! I hope I never meet you, I have no use for trash!!!!
Mary Mills

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My husband, Mother in law and I went here to adopt a cat. One of our cats had passed away and left us with a broken heart and a cat that was very lonely looking for his brother. When we went in we told Patty one of the wonderful workers there that we wanted a lap cat. A cat that is very affectionate to take the place of our Anthony.
While we were looking at the cats and talking to Patty this little sweetheart with one eye came up and sat in my Mother in Law's lap. She then went to my husband and nuzzled up to his neck. She had the loudest purr we have ever heard on a cat. My mother in law thought she was snoring. Patty told us that they had her for almost a year. Her name was Neeka Taylor, She immediately touched our hearts. We couldn't leave this precious little girl. We have adopted her and given her a new home she shares her affection with every one of us. We have changed her name to Mia. Apparently no one adopted her because she had only one eye from neglect of her previous owners. Sometimes you can't judge a book by it's cover and you have to open up your heart and see the good in everything
We want to thank SPCA for all they do and for given us the most precious little angel. This is a wonderful facility. For the amount of animals they have it amazes me that they are so clean. I heard that someone wrote a review that this facility had too many cats and that they should just euphanize them, that sickens me to think this person can be so heartless. What a low life loser to write such a horrible thing. Thank God for the loving people at SPCA. Shame on that awful person who gave them a bad review!!!! I hope I never meet you, I have no use for trash!!!!
Mary Mills

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This is a very nice shelter. The cats all get along and have a wonderful place to play in with five different rooms and an open foyer. The dog area is a little cramped, but other than that the animals all looked well taken care of. Each animal's special needs, information and history is written very well. They definately need volunteers though.

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This is a very nice shelter. The cats all get along and have a wonderful place to play in with five different rooms and an open foyer. The dog area is a little cramped, but other than that the animals all looked well taken care of. Each animal's special needs, information and history is written very well. They definately need volunteers though.

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This is a great facility. It seems to be very clean, with a caring and committed staff. The animals seem to be well cared for, with each of its special needs well documented, as well as idiosyncrasies, etc. I love that the NSPCA is an equal opportunist....those with special needs or aren't "conventionally adoptable" are given a second chance. They have a great "Lost and Found" directory, tributes, as well as a boutique featuring artisans that donate parts of their profits to the shelter.

One note: if you want to volunteer, make sure you understand all the policies, expectations, etc. Any animal organization is bound to be chaotic, and it will save a lot of heartache and frustration to understand (and clarify any possible misunderstandings!) what the shelter expects of you.

Hearts in the best places, for sure. Very sincere.

PROS: One of best places around to find your new best friend
CONS: Volunteers definitely needed, but thoroughly clarify policies,expectations

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This is a great facility. It seems to be very clean, with a caring and committed staff. The animals seem to be well cared for, with each of its special needs well documented, as well as idiosyncrasies, etc. I love that the NSPCA is an equal opportunist....those with special needs or aren't "conventionally adoptable" are given a second chance. They have a great "Lost and Found" directory, tributes, as well as a boutique featuring artisans that donate parts of their profits to the shelter.

One note: if you want to volunteer, make sure you understand all the policies, expectations, etc. Any animal organization is bound to be chaotic, and it will save a lot of heartache and frustration to understand (and clarify any possible misunderstandings!) what the shelter expects of you.

Hearts in the best places, for sure. Very sincere.

PROS: One of best places around to find your new best friend
CONS: Volunteers definitely needed, but thoroughly clarify policies,expectations

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I adopted my dog through SPCA when they have their pet adoptions at local petsmart. If one or more person wants the same animal they review the applications of the parties and chose the best party for the animal. We were chosen for our beagle pup. She is a great dog and is almost 5 years old. It was an easy process to get her.

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I adopted my dog through SPCA when they have their pet adoptions at local petsmart. If one or more person wants the same animal they review the applications of the parties and chose the best party for the animal. We were chosen for our beagle pup. She is a great dog and is almost 5 years old. It was an easy process to get her.

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the place is a great location to pick up a new best friend. with a very experienced staff on hand willing to help you with adopting a pet, this is a sheer winner. they have a variety of different cats and dogs for you to come down to look at, waiting for a new home. this place was very clean compared to other animal shelters ive been to in the past, and also had an arcade for the young ones to wait in while youre looking around.

PROS: clean
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the place is a great location to pick up a new best friend. with a very experienced staff on hand willing to help you with adopting a pet, this is a sheer winner. they have a variety of different cats and dogs for you to come down to look at, waiting for a new home. this place was very clean compared to other animal shelters ive been to in the past, and also had an arcade for the young ones to wait in while youre looking around.

PROS: clean
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if you are looking to add a new member to your family this the place to go. it was very clean and they were very helpful with fitting us with the perfect match.

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if you are looking to add a new member to your family this the place to go. it was very clean and they were very helpful with fitting us with the perfect match.

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This truely is a sanctuary for animals..Get service,Clean kept,Spacious,Well Maintained,Bueatiful Cats,Healty and Well mannered animals,Keepers Very Friendly and Loving Towards the animals.

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This truely is a sanctuary for animals..Get service,Clean kept,Spacious,Well Maintained,Bueatiful Cats,Healty and Well mannered animals,Keepers Very Friendly and Loving Towards the animals.

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I found the perfect companion cat for my existing cat at NV SPCA. I adopted Brita last month and the staff was very friendly and knowledgable to help me find the right cat. Brita only costs me $40 (including shots, spayed, and chipped)!!.

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I found the perfect companion cat for my existing cat at NV SPCA. I adopted Brita last month and the staff was very friendly and knowledgable to help me find the right cat. Brita only costs me $40 (including shots, spayed, and chipped)!!.

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