The SPCA of Polk County relies on donations to continue its operations in Polk County and the surrounding communities. On Feb. 16 the Livingston Lions Club made a donation to the SPCA of Polk County, continuing its support for animal welfare in the community. Donations from the Livingston Lions Club go directly to the care of cats and dogs at the SPCA of Polk County shelter.
“Donations are particularly needed at this time of year,” SPCA Executive Director Ron Hornsby said. “If you would like to adopt, donate or get involved with the SPCA of Polk County, please visit the website www.spcapolk.org or call 936-755-3020 or donate via cell phone by texting “SPCAPOLK” to 44321 or visit the SPCA at 802 S. Houston Ave. in Livingston. Hours are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays.”
The SPCA of Polk County is a no-kill animal shelter that serves the residents of Polk County and surrounding communities. It is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization operated primarily by volunteers and a few paid staff members. The SPCA of Polk County is not funded by ASPCA other SPCA organizations nor does it receive any city, county, state or federal funding.