Be a Shelter Angel

When we take an adoptable animal into our care, we are committed to doing whatever it takes to find it a safe loving home, however long that takes.  Sometimes it takes more than routine testing, vaccinations, spay/neuter surgery and microchipping, and sometimes it takes longer than usual.   We don't euthanize because we're out of space or an animal is "out of time."  This care and commitment are major reasons many of our donors give for supporting the Georgia SPCA, and we are grateful for your trust that we will do the right thing by every animal.  We couldn't give our shelter animals the luxury of time and health without  you.

If you or your company can donate at least $1,000 in a calendar year to support the life-saving work of the Georgia SPCA, you will become a Shelter Angel.  Click here to make your secure donation, or send your check to: Georgia SPCA, 1175 Hwy 23 NW, Suite 109, Suwanee, GA 30024

Click here to see a list of our current Shelter Angels.

In addition to the satisfaction of knowing you are helping abused, abandoned or neglected animals in our community, you will be recognized here on our website, in our newsletter, and in the Shelter lobby.  (While we want to celebrate your generosity and what can be achieved when we all work together to solve the problem of homeless pets and pet over-population, if you prefer to remain anonymous, we will, of course, respect your wishes).

Here are just a few of the animals we have been able to help with the generous support of our Shelter Angels:

You'd never believe it from this picture, but Gunner's future once looked bleak. Skin and bones, trusting no one, he was scheduled for euthanasia the very day we rescued him from a local animal control facility.

Read  Gunner's story here.

Archie was left on our doorstep, emaciated and critically ill from a plastic object that was lodged in his gut and which had destroyed part of his intestine. He’s pictured here, post-surgery, full of energy, happy to be alive and well on his way to recovery and life in a loving new home..

Read  Archie's story here

 Ella and her brother, Prince, came to us just skin and bones, with demodectic mange so severe that they lost the fur over much of their bodies, and developed skin sores down to their bones. Despite their pain, it was plain to see what wonderful, loving puppies Ella and Prince were. 

Read Ella's story here.

Sweet Pea was a free roaming cat, about  two years old, weighing only four pounds and very sick. She was in respiratory distress, her mouth  open as she struggled to breathe, Her gums were very inflamed, indicating severe Stomatitis.  She was dehydrated and malnourished. 

Read Sweet Pea's story here

This handsome boy is Boomer – B.B. in another, horrible life. He is an amazing dog, one of the “Griffin Mud Dogs” rescued by Atlanta-area animal rescues. These animals were part of a hoarding situation – 37 dogs who had lived their entire lives outside in cages – in the mud --  never knowing love and human companionship.

Read Boomer's story here

Wille's story, as told by his foster mom, Yvonne Stirling:

"Isn't 10 months too much time to invest to find one cat the perfect home?  Not for the Georgia SPCA! The cost of time was a small price to pay to save a terrified two-year-old orange tabby named Willie....

Read  Willie's story here