Celebrate Valentine’s Day early and prevent animal cruelty
The Putnam County SPCA will hold a pancake breakfast at Chili’s at Baldwin Place and Route 6 in Somers on Sunday, Feb. 10, from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m.
The breakfast costs $8 per person. All proceeds benefit the Putnam County SPCA.
To report animal cruelty/animal crimes, the public can contact the Putnam County SPCA at their 24-hour animal cruelty hotline at 845-520-6915 or through the website spcaputnam.org. All calls will be kept confidential.
The Putnam County SPCA is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation that receives no funding from any government agency or the ASPCA. Their mission is to prevent cruelty to all animals by enforcing the New York state cruelty statutes by their countywide, humane law enforcement department, providing medical care and shelter to abused animals and providing humane education to schools and other interested groups. They exist solely on donations of supporters who care about animals and how they are treated. Given law enforcement powers by the state of New York, the Putnam County SPCA responds to calls of suspected animal cruelty throughout Putnam County.
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