The Georgia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is a non-profit pet rescue organization located in Suwanee, Georgia. We place abandoned, unwanted and abused cats and dogs into loving homes. We receive our pets from many places, including from families in the community who can no longer care for their pet, and from law enforcement agencies that have taken in abused pets, but our main focus is to rescue cats and dogs from animal control facilities around the state that euthanize for space.
Paws for Consideration To assist with the adoption of older animals, this program allows you to take a pet home before adoption to see how the pet will fit into your family and home environment. We hope this approach will lead to better outcomes for our families and pets alike.
Whether you have questions about pet ownership or need help choosing the right companin, our staff is here seven days a week to assist you.
Information about adopting a pet from the Georgia SPCA:
Adopting a pet from the Georgia SPCA requires 3 easy steps:
- Review our adoptable cats and dogs and find the pet you love, then visit him or her at our Adoption Center.
- Fill out our the appropriate application. We have applications available for download online for adoption of cats (PDF and MS Word formats) as well as a separate application for dog adoptions in both Wordand PDF formats.
- Pay the adoption fee, and walk away with your new best friend! We accept cash, check, debit and credit cards, including VISA, Master Charge, and American Express. All pets adopted from us are spayed or neutered, fully vaccinated up to the date of placement, micro-chipped, heartworm (dogs) and flea and tick protected, and come with a free month of pet insurance.