Category Archives: 2012 News

Five Kittens, Two Adult Cats Saved by Schenectady County SPCA

The Schenectady County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) was called on by the Schenectady Police department to assist in an animal rescue. Five kittens and two adult cats were saved from a condemned building and taken … Continue reading

SPCA Warns Against Coloring Living Baby Chicks and Reminds Public of Dangers when Giving Animals as Gifts

They may look cute and cuddly now, but that bunny you’re considering bringing home for Easter or anyone looking to make their holiday more festive by coloring living baby chicks need to be aware of the risks involved. The Schenectady … Continue reading

Kid of the Week: Sofia Claire Pelletier

It’s now to honor our Kid of the Week. This week, we spotlight 8-year-old Sofia Claire Pelletier of Schenectady. In lieu of gifts for her eighth birthday party, Sofia asked for donations for the Schenectady County SPCA. Her generous spirit … Continue reading

SPCA Calls for Ault to Resign Post

The Schenectady County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) is calling for the immediate resignation of Rosalie Ault, executive director of the Animal Protective Foundation (APF) in Glenville, after she left two young mixed pit bulls at … Continue reading

Pit bulls left in Schenectady Police Department – Animal Abandonment

Schenectady County SPCA Chief Humane Law Enforcement Officer David Dean says no charges filed against the APF director for dumping off two puppies at the police station sets a dangerous precedent.

Pit bulls left in Schenectady Police Department – Animal Abandonment

Schenectady County SPCA Chief Humane Law Enforcement Officer David Dean says no charges filed against the APF director for dumping off two puppies at the police station sets a dangerous precedent.

Pit bulls left in Schenectady Police Department – Animal Abandonment

Schenectady County SPCA Chief Humane Law Enforcement Officer David Dean says no charges filed against the APF director for dumping off two puppies at the police station sets a dangerous precedent.

Pit bulls left in Schenectady Police Department – Animal Abandonment

Schenectady County SPCA Chief Humane Law Enforcement Officer David Dean says no charges filed against the APF director for dumping off two puppies at the police station sets a dangerous precedent.

Pit bulls left in Schenectady Police Department – Animal Abandonment

Schenectady County SPCA Chief Humane Law Enforcement Officer David Dean says no charges filed against the APF director for dumping off two puppies at the police station sets a dangerous precedent.

Animal Protective Foundation Leaves 2 Dogs in Schenectady Police

SPCA Chief Humane Law Enforcement Officer David Dean reacts to what the SPCA is calling abandonment of two pit-bull puppies by the Animal Protection Foundation (APF) Director after she leaves them in the lobby of the Schenectady Police Department.