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Alaska SPCA’s mission is to reduce the suffering of Alaska’s dogs and cats, and our vision is for Alaska to be a state where all cats and dogs experience emotional, physical, and environmental health and lifelong wellness. We provide low-cost, high-quality spay/neuter services, low-cost vaccinations, microchipping, adoption services, a Pet Food Bank and spay/neuter services to remote locations throughout Alaska.
How Pick.Click.Give. makes a difference
Your donations through Pick.Click.Give. provide low-cost, high-quality spay/neuter surgeries, low-cost vaccinations, pet food bank for those needing temporary assistance, animal adoptions and spay/neuter services to remote areas throughout Alaska. Every donation you give stays in Alaska to help dogs and cats live better, healthier lives.
Your support makes a difference statewide. From a spay/neuter clinic in Copper River, to finding homes for stray cats and dogs from Nome and Aniak, to supporting animal advocates on the Kenai Peninsula and all points in between.
Your support makes a difference in the lives of animals in transition. Our new state-of-the-art Adoption Center, on-site veterinary clinic, support staff and volunteers provide love and attention so that animals may find their forever home. When cats or dogs have special needs which require extra time, care, and attention the Alaska SPCA has the resources to nurture that animal until they are ready for their new home.
Kaylee is a 1-year-old, female, spayed Husky mix who is a rescue from Point Hope. Kaylee was left behind by her owners and was living under their abandoned house. She had a litter of 5 puppies she kept hidden under construction material and garbage. Rescuers tried to feed her but she refused to eat. Instead she would drag the food back to the puppies. With her starving and the pups in danger of winter, the decision was made to excavate Kaylee and her pups to safety in Aniak. After the puppies were weaned, Kaylee came to the Alaska SPCA to find her forever home. And she did. A young couple heard Kaylee’s story, met her and fell in love. Kaylee is now part of their family and lives on a large plot of land in Girdwood. Her family loves to hike and Kaylee is always with them whether in the woods or just to the store. So from being abandoned to being adored, Kaylee is in her forever home.
Your support makes a difference for animal lovers in crisis. Every month our Pet Food Bank assists several hundred families by providing pet food to those who need temporary assistance to keep their beloved pet.
Your support makes a difference for Alaskans and their pets. Alaska SPCA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. We do not receive any funding from government sources nor are we affiliated with any other SPCA organization. Your donations directly support our programs and outreach in Alaska – and only in Alaska. For over 60 years the Alaska SPCA has been working to make the lives of Alaskans and their pets better and healthier.