WETM 18 News at Noon airs a pet adoption segment each Monday to showcase a pet that is up for adoption from a local shelter:
1st Monday of every month: Chemung County SPCA
2nd Monday of every month: Animal Care Sanctuary
3rd Monday of every month: Finger Lakes SPCA
4th Monday of every month: Humane Society of Schuyler County
Watch the latest Pet of the Week segment to see some of the precious animals longing for a loving home.
Since 1891, the Chemung County Humane Society and SPCA, Inc. has been the only not-for-profit organization devoted to the care of the stray, homeless, abused and abandoned animals of Chemung County. Its mission is to enhance the quality of life for companion animals in Chemung County and the surrounding areas. The Chemung County SPCA offers adoption, fostering, humane education programs, low-cost spay/neuter programs, and animal control functions.
Stay connected via social media or visit Chemung SPCA for more information!
As the nation’s fourth-largest no-kill sanctuary, ACS welcomes animals that are in particular need, those that others deem “unadoptable” because of illness, injury, age, or because they just have not been able to find a home. ACS also offers animal care workshops, dog training courses including a masters course, grooming, and a low-cost spay/neuter clinic available to the public.
Stay connected via social media or visit Animal Care Sanctuary for more information!
The Humane Society of Schuyler County is a limited admission, no-kill shelter. Incorporated in 1987, we are the only full-service animal welfare organization serving the needs of our community. The Humane Society provides shelter for stray and surrendered animals, offers animals for adoption, provides a low-cost spay/neuter program, delivers educational resources and manages programs to help area residents care for their pets.
Stay connected via social media or visit Humane Society of Schuyler County for more information!
The Finger Lakes SPCA was founded in 1949 as the Bath Animal Shelter. We are a nonprofit organization supported by private donations and the local community. We serve Steuben County in West/Central New York State and the surrounding communities. Our mission is to protect animals. We are dedicated to preventing animal cruelty and companion animal overpopulation. Our organization is committed to strengthening and supporting the human-animal bond through education about the humane treatment of all animals and responsible companion animal guardianship.
Stay connected via social media or visit Finger Lakes SPCA for more information!