The Alabama Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Alabama SPCA) is an Animal Welfare Organization based in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The ALSPCA operates in all of Alabama.
Goals and Objectives of the Alabama SPCA
1. Establishing relationships with local Agencies in an effort to save abandoned, abused or injured pets from suffering by establishing and maintaining a network of individuals willing to provide temporary foster care for abandoned companion animals until such time as a permanent home for them would be found.
2. To help educate and inform the public through events, educational sessions/trainings, educational materials and by maintaining a website and/or other on-line services, resources, forums, or operations to enable and enhance the learning and conduct of all aspects of health, care and welfare of dogs, cats and/or other animals.
3. To advocate for the needless euthanizing of abandoned pets by promoting spay and neuter, to increase public awareness with respect to the plight of homeless pets, and to foster a culture of kindness to animals.
Address: The Alabama SPCA, P.O. Box 78, Northport, AL 35476