What happens to kittens brought to the BCSPCA?

February 26th, 2021

What happens to kittens brought to the Bucks County SPCA? Intake exam – Each one is examined by our veterinary team when they arrive Foster care – Most kittens are quickly sent into foster care…

Categorized Under: Adoptions,BCSPCA News

Bucks County SPCA Learns New Tricks During the Pandemic

February 1st, 2021

We didn’t expect a pandemic. Neither did the animals. From families struggling to feed themselves and their pets, to people dealing with problem pets at home, to animals left homeless due to unimaginable human hardships……

Categorized Under: BCSPCA News

How to use Feliway for Fickle Cats

September 29th, 2020

Is your cat acting different? It could be stress Feliway is a pheromone spray, collar, or diffuser that is a wonderful tool for stressed cats. It comes in 2 types, classic and multi-cat. Here are…

Categorized Under: BCSPCA News,Blog

We are at cat-pacity and need your help!

August 31st, 2020

As of today, the Bucks County SPCA is feeding, sheltering and providing medical and other lifesaving care for 343 animals between our two shelters and foster program. That’s a lot of kibble, litter and medicine,…

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Bucks County SPCA rescues 62 animals from Animal “Sanctuary”

July 30th, 2020

Lahaska, PA – After an extensive investigation, the Bucks County SPCA (BCSPCA) rescued 62 animals in urgent need from a rural property in Plumstead Township on Wednesday, July 29, 2020. Holly Hoagland, the property’s owner, claimed to be operating an animal sanctuary. Charges of animal cruelty…

Categorized Under: BCSPCA News,Humane Investigations

Pet Food Drives to Help Neighbors in Need

May 12th, 2020

Thousands of pounds of food have been donated to pets in need thanks to our community and these caring organizations. We appreciate all of your support through this difficult time. Thank you to all who…

Categorized Under: BCSPCA News,Education,Volunteering

Helpful Tips for Pet Owners during Covid-19 Pandemic

March 24th, 2020

The PA Department of Agriculture has sourced the following guidelines to help pet owners protect both themselves and their pets during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Firstly, pet owners are encouraged to buy pet food and supplies as they normally would, without stockpiling,…

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Animal Cruelty Investigation gets a lift from Smith Foundation

March 3rd, 2020

Thanks to a generous contribution from the Josephine and Evelyn S. Smith Foundation, the Bucks County SPCA’s team of humane police officers has a reliable new vehicle for responding to more than 500 calls for…

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BCSPCA rescues 24 starved cats living in an unheated car

January 8th, 2020

BREAKING NEWS: Late in the evening yesterday, Bucks County SPCA’s Chief Humane Police Officer, Nikki Thompson rescued 24 sick cats found living in an unheated car in Morrisville. She had been searching for the vehicle…

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