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Adopt a pet. Save a life. Gain a friend.

The Stone County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) is a recognized IRS 501c3 nonprofit and a registered charity in the state of Mississippi. The Stone County SPCA operates the Jeanne H. Miller Animal Shelter for the homeless cats and dogs in Stone County. Thanks to your support, our animal shelter has a live release rate of 97% in 2020, and has not euthanized an animal for lack of space since its opening.

 

 

 

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Getting Involved

Save an Animal

Adopting a Pet

Make your new best friend a rescue pet, they are the best breed! Cats and dogs of various ages and sizes are available through the Stone County SPCA. Browse online or come to our shelter to meet our pets. Our online pet list is updated weekly.

Making a Donation

Donations are needed and greatly appreciated. It takes no small amount of money to maintain a well-run animal shelter. Shelter expenses include veterinary care, cleaning supplies, insurance, utilities, pet food, pet supplies, office supplies, transportation, building maintenance, and payroll. The Stone County SPCA gets no public funding. We depend on donations from individuals, businesses, and foundations.

Volunteer

The Stone County SPCA is always in need of dependable volunteers to spend time with the animals, help at adoption events, and foster pets. It’s difficult for employees to give shelter pets the individual attention they need. Volunteers are encouraged to walk the dogs and play with the cats. Volunteers are also needed to help out at adoption events at PetSmart and Petco. Fostering a pet is another great way to help. Fostering gives a pet the attention it needs as it waits to get a permanent home. It also opens up shelter space for other animals in need. Fosters are especially needed for kittens and puppies, and senior pets.  

Make it a Home

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What Drives Us

Our Mission

The Stone County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes, more specifically to provide humane care and treatment for all animals needing protection in the area served by the society; to seek to return lost animals to their owners; to seek suitable homes for animals without owners; to discourage cruelty to animals of all types; to influence public opinion with respect to care, treatment, and welfare of animals; to educate the public in all animal welfare areas; to promote spay/neuter programs as a method of animal population control.