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PupGabriel Pup Gabriel is one of many animals the SPCA of Polk County helped find a home for within the past month. Courtesy photo

By Dorene Philpot
Guest Writer

The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Polk County (SPCA of Polk County) is living up to its name and mission to help cats and dogs in Polk County with several exciting events coming up.

Starting on Sept. 18, the SPCA of Polk County will be opening “The Clinic,” offering spay, neuter and wellness services with the official grand opening on Sept. 23. The Clinic has been in the making for several months, so what started as a dream is now a reality for Polk County – the only non-profit, affordable spay, neuter and wellness service in our community. The clinic is located at 802 S. Houston Ave. in Livingston. For more details, see www.spca.polk.org/the-clinic.

The SPCA of Polk County will host its annual “Wine & Whiskers” fundraising event at Tempe Creek Vineyard from noon to 5 p.m. on Oct. 7. Attendees can enjoy wine tasting, snacks, live music by Dr. B on the Keys, a silent auction and a kissing booth. Tickets may be purchased at www.spcapolk.org/event-details/wine-whiskers-1. Proceeds will benefit the SPCA’s efforts to help homeless dogs and cats.

SPCA of Polk County will host its annual “Paws in the Patch” event on Oct. 21 at First Methodist Church in Livingston located at 2801 U.S. Hwy. 190 West. The free event will feature adoptions, silent auction, blessing of the pets, pet parade and other fun events. Come join the fun at the church’s annual pumpkin patch.

Come visit the “Pups on the Patio” event that will feature cute fall decorations, “pup-accinos,” adoptions and fun giveaways on Nov. 17 from 5 to 5 p.m. Chik-Fil-A which is located at 1821 U.S. Hwy 190 in Livingston.

To make a donation to the SPCA of Polk County so that it can continue its mission to help dogs and cats find loving homes, please visit spcapolk.org/donate, call 936-755-3020 or mail in donations to SPCA of Polk County, PO Box 1403, Livingston, TX 77351, or visit us at 802 S. Houston Ave. Livingston, TX 77351.

The SPCA of Polk County is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit no kill animal welfare organization (EIN: 74-2119232).

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