Road to Regional
Building a Community Resource
After four long years of working toward a regional solution to animal control, the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service (SCRAPS) is in the final stages of building a shelter that will meet the needs of our area for the next fifty years.
This new facility will provide pet owners one place to look for their lost animal, buy a license or find a new pet. But with your help, we can do more than that. We can build a community resource that provides answer to people’s questions about adopting a pet, training classes to help with animal behavior modification and a space for school children to learn about humane education.
We can’t do it alone, however. Our budget allows for the building of a shelter to house stray and lost pets. We need extra dollars to do the extra things our community needs in regards to humane education and animal welfare.
In 2014, we will open our doors to a regional animal shelter. Help us realize the dream of a community resource for the pets and people we serve.
If you’d like to realize the dream with us, you can give to specific items or the general fund. Any amount, big or small, will make a big difference in our dream of Realizing Regional. Simply send in the form provided. If you’d like more information on how you can help, contact our Development Coordinator at 477- 2984.