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Someone should do something about that. It’s something you hear every day, but who is that “someone?” When it comes to animal abuse, rehabilitation and medical treatment that someone is the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service (SCRAPS).
Each year over 10,000 homeless, abused and abandoned animals come through our doors. Animals like Sadie who endured years of torment but has finally found a forever home. Her happy ending was made possible because of people like you who donated and/or attended to the SCRAPS Hope Foundation’s annual auction.
On April 27th, SCRAPS and renown chef Adam Hegsted are cooking up a night of fun and fabulous food at the annual Reigning Cats and Dogs Auction. Your ticket also includes:
Today you can do something to help end animal abused by making a donation to our auction, becoming a sponsor or attending. An animal like Sadie is waiting for you.
Twenty-one and older, please
We think Sadie was a bait dog. You need to “train” dogs to fight mercilessly and you need a docile dog to “practice” on. Sadie’s deep scars speak about the abuse she suffered. She was found abandoned with a large gash under her front arm and her eye torn out of its socket. Her injuries made her worthless to her captures, but with help from people like you every animal has value. Sadie got the medical treatment she needed, rehabilitation and a new home.