Stafford County Virginia SPCA


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Billie Jane

Meet Billie Jane! Billie Jane is one of our longer term shelter residents.  She is a high-energy girl who is looking for her forever home!  She would do well with a very active family and another dog her own size or bigger. Because she is so high energy and has high...
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Meet Willow! Willow (aka Will) is 4 year old male kitty with a playful personality! He loves spending time with people, and can’t get enough playtime with ANY kind of toy that has feathers attached. He is a favorite whenever children visit; they say it looks like he...
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Meet Trinity! Trinity came to our shelter with her litter of 2.5 week-old kittens. She had been dumped on the property of a friend of our shelter when she was pregnant, and gave birth to her kittens in a woodpile. It took a few weeks for her rescuer to gain her trust...
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The Stafford SPCA is a no kill animal rescue organization dedicated to saving and improving the lives of area animals.  We are committed to caring for animals in need, educating the community, and raising awareness of the importance of putting a stop to animal cruelty and abandonment.

We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, and all donations are tax deductible.

We are located at 140 Andrew Chapel Road, Stafford, VA. 22554 and are open by appointment only.

Office: (540) 657-7387 (PETS) – Please leave a voice mail and your call will be returned as soon as a staff member is available.
Fax: (866) 522-8042

Check out our Adoptable Pets:

Adoption Application Form

Have you lost a pet?
Did you find an animal you think might belong to someone else?

If so please click the button above to go to our Lost & Found Services page where we explain in detail the process and what actions you can take to get your pet home safely as soon as possible.

Please click on the button above to help us take some items off of our “Wishlist” by donating the items to the Staford SPCA.

Our Mission...

We are committed to caring for animals in need, educating the community, and raising awareness of the importance of putting a stop to animal cruelty and abandonment.

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Our sweet Annie went home yesterday. She isn't hiding under my desk or in her crate any more. She is sitting with her family enjoying her new home. After being abused and neglected and finally abandoned, this sweet girl will finally have the life she deserves. We just can't thank her adopters enough! ... See MoreSee Less

Annie is already hanging with us and watching TV! Thank you Stafford SPCA!

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Poor, little Satsu is lonely. She came to the shelter with a bunch of friends and she loved to play with them! Three of her favorite playmates have been adopted this week and now she is sad. She is wondering if her turn is coming soon.
If you are interested in adopting this sassy, little, beauty, please submit an adoption application which can be found on our website at
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Still looking for a home for this sweet beauty. Read the post below for more information. ... See MoreSee Less

**** This is a courtesy post. This dog is not in our shelter.**** This is Rory and she is looking for a new home. Rory was rescued as a stray by a kind family. Sadly the other female dog in the fam...

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Scampers was found as a stray and brought to the shelter for safe keeping until his owners could be found. He is so cute and friendly, that we anticipated that he would be picked up by his family within hours of him being dropped off.
That didn't happen. As the days passed, we wondered if anyone would claim poor little Scampers. We made a huge effort to find his owner using social media and flyers but sadly, he is still with us.
Scampers is now available for adoption. It is clear that he was once loved and taken care of as he is a very sweet boy. He has been lonely here with us and really just wants to be with people. He is truly and affectionate lap dog.
We are working on getting Scampers up to date with his shots and his Neuter surgery is scheduled.
He is negative for heartworm but did test positive for Lyme disease. Lyme is fully treatable and we have already begun the treatment here with us.
Our vet thinks Scampers is an older guy, probably around 8 but he is still full of energy with a lot of love to give.
If you are interested in adopting Scampers, please fill out the adoption application which can be found on our website
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June is Adopt a Cat Month!

Little Paddington is our featured cat of the day!

Paddington was transferred to the shelter by another rescue. He was found as a stray, tiny kitten and was not yet weaned. He was bottle-fed and taken care of until he was strong enough to eat on his own.

Paddington is now a playful little chap who gets along well with other cats. He may still be a bit small from his rough upbringing but he definitely makes up for his physical size with his big personality.

Paddington's adoption fee has been reduced to $75 for the entire month of June!
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