SPCA of Texas bravely protects and serves animals in Dallas-Fort Worth
When a Rottweiler named Shay, abused and chained to a front porch of a little trailer with her brother Bubba, came to the SPCA of Texas, there seemed to be no hope. Although Bubba passed away soon after arrival, Shay, barely living, was saved by the skilled doctors at the SPCA.
A special volunteer cared for Shay’s broken spirit. Months later, the adorable Rottweiler was well enough for a television appearance with the SPCA.
As a result, Shay touched the heart of a gentleman who loves Rottweilers, and she now has a wonderful, loving home — and another Rottweiler brother, according to Maura Davies, vice president of communications.
The SPCA of Texas is the leading animal welfare agency in North Texas. The nonprofit organization operates two shelters and three spay/neuter clinics located in Dallas and McKinney, and it maintains a team of five animal cruelty investigators to respond to thousands of calls in eight North Texas counties.
Vote now for the SPCA of Texas — or any of the other worthy local nonprofits — in the CultureMap Charity Challenge.
Pets bring love to families and communities. Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty supports the great work done by the SPCA and its many dedicated volunteers.