This is the beginning of peak season for cats and kittens. Every year, the Richmond SPCA rescues more than 1,000 between late April and July--and with the help of foster families--helps them to find homes.
The Richmond SPCA is a “no kill,” shelter that has saved more than 35 thousand dogs and cats since that policy was enacted in 2002. It is a charitable organization with no government funding and depends upon contributions for survival. Its adoption fees include spay or neuter procedures, age-appropriate vaccinations, free behavior helpline support and more.
Watch the video report from 88.9 WCVE’s Charles Fishburne.