News Maker Lavenda Denney on specials at the SPCA

The Winchester Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) has a number of  special activities going on.

We spoke with Winchester SPCA Executive Director Lavenda Denney about it in our latest news maker.

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Lavenda tells us that special pricing is now available on all adoptions for a limited time.

She also tells us that the Winchester SPCA is putting together their first ever calendar.

The calendar includes pictures of local pets and Lavenda tells us how to get involved.

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WSPCA receives a sizable grant

The Winchester Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) will receive a $30,000 grant investment.

A news release from the Winchester SPCA confirms the grant is from the National nonprofit Petco Love.

The grant presentation will take place  at the Winchester Petco on S. Pleasant Valley Road June 23 at 2 p.m..

The grant is in support of the lifesaving work for animals in Winchester and throughout the  commonwealth by the Winchester SPCA.

Petco Love President Susanne Kogut said in the news release that the investment is a chance to empower  local organizations.

The Winchester SPCA is commended for creating a future in which no pet is unnecessarily euthanized.

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CMA’s Subaru of Winchester “Shares the Love” to Winchester SPCA

The Winchester SPCA was the local beneficiary of the 2021 Subaru Share the Love Event in which customers are able to chose a charity to donate $250 to. This allowed CMA’s Subaru of Winchester to present a check of $28, 905 to the local Winchester Shelter. This is the sixth year Winchester SPCA has been the hometown charity selected. The SPCA Executive Director Lavneda Denney noted that the partnership has helped to save the lives of thousands of homeless pets

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News Maker Lavenda Denney on Winchester SPCA’s paws and pages

The Winchester Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) is introducing a program that could be relaxing for both humans and adoptable pets.

We spoke to Winchester SPCA Executive Director Lavenda Denney about the program Paws and Pages in our latest news maker.

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Lavenda explains how reading to the adoptable pets has a real reaction from the animals.

Lavenda also tells us how it can relax the person doing the reading as well.

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Winchester SPCA and Frederick Co. Parks and Recs team up

This Saturday Oct. 16 from 10 to 11 a.m. Clearbrook Park Frederick County Parks and Recreation and Esther Boyd animal shelter team up for a free event.

According to the Frederick County government social media site the Paws to Pavement event features several adoptable dogs.

These dogs will be at the James Wood Shelter at Clearbrook Park for you to meet and get to know.

Volunteers will pick a pup and take it on a walk around the park’s trails.

This will help promote animal adoption for better quality of life for the shelter dogs.

The social media site states that a special Halloween treat will also be available at the event.

This partnership between Frederick County Parks and Esther Boyd animal shelter helps promote wellness, adoptable dogs and community parks according to the social media post.

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Winchester SPCA Chairity and Pawcasso art fundraiser is on

The Winchester Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) CHAIRity and PAWcasso art auction fundraiser is back for 2021.

Pet inspired one of a kind pieces of art are available in an online auction.

These art items are on display at the Winchester SPCA adoption center at 111 Featherbed Ln. Tue. through Fri. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m..

Call (540) 662-8616 to set up a weekend appointment to see the art.

Bidding is now open and will be until Sept. 26 at 6 p.m. at this link.

Of course 100% of the proceeds from the auction go to the Winchester SPCA.

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Subaru of Winchester donates to Winchester SPCA

Subaru of Winchester presented the Winchester Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) with over $16,000.

The Share the Love Event form Subaru offers customers the chance to donate to a charity of their choice.

With every new purchase or lease $250 is given to a customer’s favorite charity.

Local Subaru dealers are allowed to elect to add to a local charity of their choice.

This is the fifth consecutive year Winchester Subaru elected the Winchester SPCA.

Winchester SPCA Executive Director Lavenda Denney called the funds a representation of the local Subaru dealerships commitment of their support.

She added that the funds will help ensure that homeless animals are provided the necessary service to prepare them for adoption.

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SPCA has free cat treats

The Winchester, Frederick and Clarke Counties’ Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) is offering free cat treats.

Thanks to a generous donation from a cat lover.

You can get your cat a treat while supplies last.

One box per cat please.

Starting Tues. Feb. 9 through Friday maybe up until Feb. 28 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 111 Featherbed Lane Winchester.

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Winchester SPCA ask you to light up for pets

The pets for life program at Winchester SPCA invites you to purchase a light on behalf of your pet to help light a path to end pet homelessness.

A donation will help keep beloved pets with their families and out of the overcrowded shelter system.

Ten dollares buys one light, 10 lights can be purchased for $50, $100 buys 20 lights.

Purchase a light with the Winchester, Frederick and Clarke County SPCA at here.

A virtual lighting ceremony is schedule Feb. 1, 2021.

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