The Yolo County SPCA aims to help as many animals as we can! Sometimes the animals we take in have very expensive medical needs. We have wonderful foster homes who take these animals to vet appointments, care for them while they are sick, and do everything in their power to make these animals healthy and happy.
The SPCA’s Angel Fund provides funding for the medical needs of our most needy animals. By donating to the Angel Fund you can help these special animals overcome their medical challenges while looking for a forever home. Without your donations, we would not be able to help as many of these very special animals who struggle through adversity to become your best friend!
If you want to send a gift to the Angel Fund, please note "Angel Fund" on your donation. There are three ways to donate:
1. Make a tax-deductible donation online to the Angel Fund. Click on the Donate Now button in the upper right and specify Angel Fund for your donation.
2. You can drop off your Angel Fund contribution in person at our Thrift store at 920, 3rd Street, Davis, or any other Yolo County SPCA event. Note on the check that your gift is for the Angel Fund.
3. Mail your check for the Angel Fund to:
c/o Yolo County SPCA
P.O. Box 510
Davis, CA 95617
Petey's Angel Fund Story
Petey was found wandering around Woodland with a severely injured leg. We sent him to UC Davis immediately to be examined, and they told us he had a fractured right femur. They repaired his leg and we sent him to a foster home to recover for the next eight weeks. Throughout the whole traumatic experience, Petey's happy-go-lucky personality has shone through, and he never stops wagging that little stub of a tail! Even when he was recovering, it was hard to keep him from running about to greet everyone he met. Once he recovered, an adopter noticed his bright personality and took him home!
Marzen's Angel Fund Story
Marzen is an orange tabby and white Domestic Short Hair male who was born around August 1st, 2013. He's a friendly, fun, and energetic kitten found outside the Sudwerk Brewery with a severe limp. Upon visiting a local veterinarian, Marzen was quickly diagnosed with a broken leg. The vet's office gave Marzen his name (Marzen is one of Sudwerk's signature beers) and then he came to his YCSPCA foster home. Spunky and unsinkable, Marzen came through surgery for his broken limb and the recovery period with flying colors, and soon after met his adoptive home! Marzen loves to play, but he also likes to cuddle and be petted- when he's in the right mood, of course. Then he's off again, to explore something new!