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Key Club visits SPCA

May 25, 2016

 With cat food and dog toys in hand, the Key Club traveled to the Sullivan County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) on Monday May 3. The students had a wonderful time walking the puppies and frolicking with the kittens. Students received a tour of the facility and learned about their nurturing philosophy and caring approach to animal ownership. The SPCA provides temporary shelter for homeless animals and assists in finding quality homes for adoptable animals.

In preparation for their visit, the Key Club created some homemade dog treats with pumpkin flavor as the secret ingredient. The puppies were happy to munch on the assortment of snacks produced by the students. It was a great afternoon spent with the puppies and kittens at the SPCA shelter. The Key Club plans to return next year with some more goodies and snacks for the animals. Anyone interested in checking out the animals that are available for adoption can visit their website at: There is a screening process that the SPCA has in place for those individuals who are interested in adoption.