Our new location is 8790 Guilford Road, Seville OH 44273
YOU DID IT! Thanks to you wonderfully generous people of Medina County and beyond, we raised enough to purchase a 13-acre property in Seville with a state-of-the-art kennel already on the premises. We are still working to raise funds to rebuild the barn for our rescue horses, so please donate to our Capital Campaign.
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ORDER TICKETS TODAY FOR THE
13TH ANNUAL ANIMAL AFFAIR DINNER AUCTION
MAY 14, 2016
Special thanks to our media sponsor for Animal Affair 2016, The Medina Gazette!
A round of applause to these “pawsitively” awesome supporters of Animal Affair 2016: MTD Products, Akron Veterinary Referral & Emergency Center, Astro Computers, Bil*Jac Foods, Kiefer Equipment, Weymouth Country Club, Town & Country Medina, Doggone Crazy Kennels, Fox Meadow Country Club, Ridgewood Stables, A-OK Fitness, Tri-Star Skateboarding, Jenkins Tree Farm and Barlett-Cook Flower Shoppe, Let's Get Fit, Albrecht Trucking, Republic Anode Fasteners, Tender Loving Care Animal Hospital, Medina Rec Center, Shoreline Logistics Inc, Animal Medical Centre of Medina, Minuteman Press, Pros Choice Massage and Support Services, CopperTop, Cleveland Metroparks, The Galaxy Restaurant, Wolf Creek Winery, Arby's-Medina, Rockne's-Medina, Panera-Medina, Taco Bell-Medina, Dragon Buffet-Medina, SantoSuossos, Lafayette Township Fire Department, Treemasters, Rinky Dink, Brentley's Tavern of Lodi, Brunswick Auto Mall, Medina Auto Mall, Hunting Ridge Animal Hospital, Atelier Design, Elfin Crafts, Diamond Event Center, VEXOR Technology Inc., Cleveland Express Transportation, Krakowski Trucking, Seville Dairy Queen, Digsby's-Seville, Chill Artisan Ice Cream, Honey Bee Bakery, Cupcake A Day, Quinn Elise Photography, Oak Ridge Farm
The question is not 'Can they reason?' nor 'Can they talk?' but rather 'Can they suffer?'
- Jeremy Bentham
Every day a dog is left to starve, a cat is struck by a vehicle and is left injured on the side of the road or a horse is on the verge of dying due to lack of shelter, food, or veterinary care.
Not in our community? Think again.
At Medina County SPCA, we have been committed to sheltering and finding homes for abandoned, abused, neglected and injured animals in Medina County since 1985. Last year alone, we served over 1300 abused, injured and neglected animals.
But we can't continue to do it without you. As an independent non-profit organization, we rely on voluntary donations for our survival.
So become a ray of hope in an abused animal's life and protect those that cannot protect themselves!
To get involved today, call the Medina County SPCA at 330-723-7722 or click here for more information.
Click on this link to get started:
- Canned food for kittens and adult cats (Friskies, Fancy Feast, 9-Lives)
- Pedigree or Purina One - Regular sized or "Small Bites" for puppy and adult dogs
- Purina Cat & Kitten Chow dry for our cats and kittens
- Kitten replacement milk (GNC, KMR, Just Born, PetLac-NO HARTZ PLEASE)
- Pellet, clumping or fragrance free non-clumping clay litter
- Aluminum roasting pans, small and large
- Small paper boats available at GFS
- Cat & dog toys
- Horse, goat and sheep feed (we purchase Safe Choice)
- Good quality hay
- Paper towels
- Gift cards (pet stores, gas stations, TSC, Towne & Country, WalMart)
DID YOU KNOW . . . Our Emergency Rescue Techs needs equipment?
If you would like to donate or sponsor the following equipment, please contact our Humane Officer at 330-723-7722.
Items under $100:
- Disposable Tyvek Coverall Suits (to protect our team from hazardous materials and diseases)
- Snappy Snare (to help field capture animals in need of our care)
Items $100 - $300:
- Freeman Cage Nets (to help field capture smaller animals in need of our care)
Items $1,000 +
- Livestock Trailer with ramp load (to transport large rescued animals like horses)