SPCA Serving Erie County

Michael Mroziak, WBFO

More awareness is being raised for the mental well-being of veterans after they have finished their service. Many are turning to a special loved one in their reinsertion into civilian life. Those loved ones come in the four-legged variety.

Chris Caya WBFO News

An injured bird of prey, found on a city street, is being nursed back to health at the SPCA Serving Erie County.

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It will soon be legal for pet owners in New York state to be buried with their beloved animals.

WBFO News photo by Eileen Buckley

The SPCA Serving Erie County broke ground Monday for a new shelter and clinic in West Seneca. It has been more than 50 years since the SPCA first located to Ensminger Road in Tonawanda, but now construction has begun on a state-of-the art shelter at 300 Harlem Road. 

SPCA formally introduces new executive director

Mar 21, 2016
Michael Mroziak, WBFO

Gary Willoughby officially became the SPCA Serving Erie County's first new executive director in nearly a quarter century on Monday. 

Barbara Carr / SPCA Serving Erie County

A weekend shooting in the City of Buffalo took the life of 26 year old Edgardo Ortiz. However, Ortiz was not the only victim. His four-legged companion Princess the dog suffered a gunshot wound, and is now in the care of the SPCA Serving Erie County.

The SPCA Serving Erie County already has a few of the cats taken in a raid in West Seneca earlier this week up for adoption, but the remaining animals are in need of time, attention and medical care.

SPCA Serving Erie County

More than 50 cats are in the care of the SPCA Serving Erie County, following a raid on a West Seneca shelter late Monday afternoon.

SPCA Serving Erie County

One of Buffalo’s most beloved critters has made his final flight.