Nevada SPCA Puts Patrol Cats to Work Keeping Properties Rodent-Free

Nevada SPCA Puts Patrol Cats to Work Keeping Properties Rodent-Free

Nevada SPCA is the most recent shelter to turn problem cats at risk of never finding homes into employees-of-the-month at local residences, businesses, and community buildings.
Approximately 1.6 million cats are adopted from animal shelters each year, but what about the cats who are not a good fit for the domestic life and not easily adopted out? Nevada SPCA is getting creative by launching a Patrol Cat Program to find suitable homes for the cats and assist with the growing rodent problem in the Las Vegas area.
Nonprofit Quarterly, Julie Euber - October 16, 2019

NSPCA Launches Patrol Cats Program

NSPCA Launches Patrol Cats Program

With cooler temps arriving in the Las Vegas Valley, some residents are reporting a rise in rats and mice seeking shelter indoors. Nevada SPCA No-Kill Animal Shelter has launched its Patrol Cats program, which provides a way of deterring rodents before they become a larger issue. Find out More

New Nevada SPCA board president has decades in the industry

New Nevada SPCA board president has decades in the industry

Thomas Moran, a native of Queens, New York, grew up on Long Island, went to law school in Illinois and has lived in about a half-dozen U.S. cities and in Dublin, Ireland — the last happy serendipity for someone who’d studied Irish history and culture.
An in-house corporate attorney for 30 years, Moran became corporate secretary/legal counsel for Southwest Gas Holdings six months ago. More recently, he was elected president of the board of the Nevada Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, following a rough patch for the organization.
Courtesy of Las Vegas Review Journal https://reviewjournal.com

President of the board of the Nevada SPCA talks about no-kill shelter

President of the board of the Nevada SPCA talks about no-kill shelter

Thomas Moran, president of the board of the Nevada SPCA, talks about Southern Nevada’s only no-kill shelter. Watch the video here Courtesy of Las Vegas Review Journal https://reviewjournal.com

Southern Nevada SPCA Installs New Leadership Team after Tumult

Southern Nevada SPCA Installs New Leadership Team after Tumult

Months after its entire board resigned amid an investigation of possible misappropriation of funds, Southern Nevada’s only no-kill shelter has announced a new president and board of directors. The Nevada Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals announced the new management team Monday. It said the nine new board members were selected from more than 35 applicants and include members with legal expertise, a certified personal accountant, a certified fraud investigator and marketing and fundraising professionals. Read More

New Board of Directors, Executive Director Named at Nevada SPCA

New Board of Directors, Executive Director Named at Nevada SPCA

The Nevada SPCA is pleased to announce the selection of a new board of directors and the hiring of a new executive director. The new board members were selected from more than 35 applicants. They bring a mix of skills needed to provide vision and guidance to the Las Vegas-based nonprofit shelter including financial, government, real estate, communications, and fundraising expertise. Read More

Donate Safely and Securely to Support Nevada SPCA’S Lifesaving Efforts

Donate Safely and Securely to Support Nevada SPCA’S Lifesaving Efforts

Donate safely and securely to support Nevada SPCA’s lifesaving efforts
Nevada SPCA is the third largest shelter for pet adoptions in the state, and it depends on donations to do its lifesaving work. Donations can be made safely and securely by using the “donate” buttons on the shelter’s website at nevadaspca.org or its Facebook page at facebook.com/NevadaSPCAanimalrescue.
Since the trustee Humane Network was named in April to oversee the organization’s operations, it has had control of donations made by checks via mail, in person, and through online platforms. Policies and procedures have been implemented to ensure all donations are properly tracked and utilized.
Email accounts with the nevadaspca.org domain name have been and remain under the control of Nevada SPCA and Humane Network. However, Nevada SPCA is seeking to regain control over an AOL email address historically used by Nevada SPCA executive directors dating back years.
If you have any questions or wish to contact Nevada SPCA via email, you may reach out to the trustee at info@humanenetwork.org or to current Nevada SPCA staff at info@nevadaspca.org.
Nevada SPCA plays a vital role in Las Vegas, taking in hundreds of homeless dogs, cats and small mammals each year, providing them care and finding loving homes. In the past two months, Nevada SPCA has adopted out more than 250 dogs, cats, rabbits, hamsters and guinea pigs. Learn how you can join our lifesaving efforts at nevadaspca.org.
You can download the full press release document here.

RECRUITING NEW LEADERSHIP FOR Nevada SPCA​

RECRUITING NEW LEADERSHIP FOR Nevada SPCA​


NEVADA'S BIG GIVE 2019

NEVADA'S BIG GIVE 2019

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