Urgently Needed Items

 

  • Gallon and Sandwich size Ziploc Bags
  • Cage Cat Scratchers
  • 13 Gallon Trash Bags
  • Liquid Laundry Soap!
  • Paper Towels
  • Preformed Coin Wrappers
  • $5 and $10 gift cards (Target, Walmart, PetSmart, Lowe's, Staples, Ithaca Agway, Ithaca Grain & Pet Supply, Amazon)
  • Squeeze/Spray Cheese
  • Cat toys - all kinds

Click here for our complete wish list!

With lots of pets needing care, there are many ways you can help us. Many of the items below are linked to samples for reference. Everything can be found locally or on our Amazon Wish List!

 

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Animal Control

Tompkins County Animal Control (TCAC) is a division of the SPCA of Tompkins County. Several local municipalities have contracted (hired) TCAC to provide animal control services. In our service areas, TCAC officers will respond to calls regarding stray dogs, injured stray cats  and will work with members of the public to resolve "nuisance" complaints (barking, etc.). Although TCAC has not been contracted to provide animal control services in every municipality in the county, TCAC will respond to reports of abuse, cruelty or neglect of any animal anywhere in Tompkins County. Here is a brief outline of what TCAC does and does not do:

What TCAC does

  • Provide emergency service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year
  • Dog licensure enforcement
  • Pick up stray dogs and provide impoundment services
  • Pick up distressed or injured stray animals
  • Respond to calls concerning:
    • Nuisance dogs
    • Dogs at large
    • Dangerous dogs
  • Respond to calls concerning cruelty, abuse, or negligence visited upon any animal
  • Pick up injured or distressed cats
  • Trap domestic animals under certain circumstances

What TCAC does not do

  • Pick up stray cats (unless injured or distressed)
  • Pick up animals the guardian plans to surrender
  • Trap or transport wildlife for relocation



Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 April 2014 08:16
 

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KitKat

 

"When Kitkat came home with me she received a new name- Lydia. I felt she needed a more mature and refined moniker to match her personality of a laid-back lady! It only took her about 20 minutes to claim my home as her own. She has had no litter issues (she had some in the previous home she shared with other cats), and scratches exclusively on the tree stump we brought into the house for her. I've also put her on a canned-food-only diet and play with her daily in hopes that she can shed a pound of chub over the next few months. She is the most loving kitty I've ever known and cuddles with me every time i sit or lay down. I am very glad that she was able to wait so long for me. Your organization and its no kill policy is a blessing for kitties like Kitkat!"

 

 

Did You Know?

The SPCA of Tompkins County often has small animals (rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs, pet rats) available for adoption.

SPCA of Tompkins County

Adoption Center &
Rescue Building
607.257.1822

1640 Hanshaw Rd.

Ithaca, NY 14850

info@spcaonline.com

Annex
607.592.6772

Adoption Center Hours

Monday 12-5
Tuesday 12-7 Wednesday CLOSED
Thursday 12-7
Friday 12-5
Saturday 12-5
Sunday 12-5

 

 

SPCA Annex Hours

Monday through Saturday
11-7

Sunday
11-6

Rescue Center Hours

Monday
Tuesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday

11-4

Wednesday
Sunday
CLOSED

Our Mission

The mission of the SPCA of Tompkins County is to protect companion animals. We are a no-kill shelter dedicated to preventing animal cruelty and overpopulation. We promote responsible pet stewardship by providing education, counseling and training to nurture and enhance the human-animal bond.

The SPCA of Tompkins County is a registered 501(c)(3). Our tax id number is 15-0624378.