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SPCA Pet(s) of the Week- The Three Amigos!

SPCA Pet(s) of the Week- The Three Amigos!

This photo of three (six-year-old) Chihuahuas is enough to get your attention! These three brothers (Duke, Mudd Budd & Buddha) have lived together for their whole lives. Though they are not a mandatory dual adoption, we are looking for a home that can possibly take in all three. They are very sweet and affectionate, but also shy, so we are pretty sure that an adult home without small children will suit them best.

"Fix" A Cat--Get "Neuter & Spay Day" App

"Fix" A Cat--Get "Neuter & Spay Day" App

Sacramento -- SacAnimal.org is accepting applications for the upcoming Spay and Neuter Day later this month. To qualify for low-cost cat spaying or neutering -- plus many other perks -- annual household income must not exceed $35,000. Please submit an online application ASAP at www.sacanimal.org with income documents to verify eligibility. Time is of the essence to qualify for Neuter & Spay Day 2014.

SPCA Pet of the Week- Bella

SPCA Pet of the Week- Bella

Quiet little dog seeks a low-activity household! Are you home often and in search of a companion for walks and the occasional road trip? Bella just may be your girl.

Primates More Comfortable at the Folsom Zoo Thanks to La-Z-Boy Owners

Primates More Comfortable at the  Folsom Zoo Thanks to La-Z-Boy Owners

Two small primates named Darwin and Wallace will spend their days a little more comfortably thanks to Jim and Liz Reego, owners of the La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries.  The Reegos, whose daughter Grace volunteered at the Zoo this past summer, recently donated $2,500 to the Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary to provide a more safe and enriching living space for the adorable macaques.  

"Grace came home after her shift at the Zoo and told us about Wallace who suffers from epilepsy and often falls suddenly," said Liz Reego, "We all decided that we wanted to help him have a more comfortable and safe life.  Since we don't make recliners quite that small, we asked the Zoo what could be done."

The upgrades will include demolishing old man-made rocks, adding sand for them to play in as well as installing more play and climbing structures for both macaques, who have been at the zoo for a long time, to enjoy.