Animal Cruelty

PET OF THE WEEK

 



 My name's Shiitake! I was part of an unwanted litter know as the mushroom pups. I am a puppy, about 12 weeks old. I will need regular puppy training. You will get lots of puppy information that will help you train me at the time of adoption. I am a terrier mix. I have the cutest little face and the nicest fur! I love to play so if you have a resident dog that will play with me I would be in heaven. I am about 12 pounds and ready for my new home! If you are interested in Shiitake or any of our great cats and dogs please call (251) 633-3531 or complete the online


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ABOUT THE MOBILE SPCA

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Don't forget we
recycle for cash!

Please bag up your aluminum and drop it by the office. Our own Mr. Roy crushes all the donated aluminum and bags it up for recycle. In 2014 he has crushed a whopping 3,341 pounds of aluminum and raised $2,461 — that aluminum means cash to buy supplies for the animals. We also recycle cell phones, old electric cords, Christmas lights, brass, copper, gold, silver and ink cartridges.

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Vetary
Finance pet treatment with Vetary and give back to our pet shelter!



Cruelty to animals is not only inhumane, it is illegal. The Mobile SPCA helps educate people about the laws regarding cruelty to animals. We have been instrumental in the seizure of wantonly abused animals and the prosecution and conviction of their owners.

Complaints of all animal neglect, abuse and cruelty must first be directed to your local animal shelter. This includes dogs, cats, exotics and livestock. If the shelter does not take action in a timely manner please call the Mobile SPCA and we will contact the shelter, too.

City of Mobile Animal Shelter — 208-2801; after hours 311
Mobile County Animal Shelter — 574-3647; after hours 574-8633
Prichard Animal Shelter — 452-7841; after hours 452-2211
Saraland Animal Shelter — 679-5570; after hours 675-5331

Current law states that all pets are required to have access to food, water and shelter.

THE LEASH LAW IN MOBILE, MOBILE COUNTY & STATE OF ALABAMA
There is no place in Mobile County that is exempt from the leash law. This includes all municipalities within Mobile County, whether incorporated or unincorporated.

THE STATE CODE IS 3-1-5:
Every person owning or having in charge any dog shall at all times confine such dog or dogs to the limits of his own premises or the premises on which such dog or dogs is or are regularly kept.

THE MOBILE COUNTY ORDINANCE IS SECTION 1-4:
Confinement of dogs on private premises. It shall be unlawful and punishable as a misdemeanor for any person owning, keeping, possessing, harboring or maintaining a dog to cause, permit or allow such dog to be at large on or about any place, lot or premises or portion of same within the county.
Restraint of dogs in public places and off private premises. It shall be unlawful and punishable as a misdemeanor for any person owning such dog to run or be at large upon any street, alley, thoroughfare, sidewalk or public place in the county.

THE MOBILE CITY CODE IS SECTION 7-48:
It shall be unlawful for any dog or cat to run at large in the city on public property or private property where the property owner has not consented to the animal's presence.

Maddie's Fund

Mobile SPCA is a
proud recipient of
funding from Maddie’s
Fund® (www.maddiesfund.org),
helping to achieve a
no-kill nation #ThanksToMaddie.

Petsmart

ADOPTION LOCATION
Pinebrook Shopping Center
3980 Airport Boulevard
Open 7 days a week
(251) 343-2227

Science Diet

All pets adopted through
the Mobile SPCA recieve a
free bag of Science Diet Food.
Contact office for details.

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