Placer SPCA

Unaltered cats a concern in Roseville

They live in the shadows, the alleyways and empty lots of almost every neighborhood. They are feral cats. The number of the elusive felines in the U.S. is estimated to be in the te ...

Roseville Boy Scout has cat-scratch fever

Nick Leapley's cat Sophie is a total nutcase. She jumps all over furniture and tears things apart. She's a real "piece of work," said Leapley, 16. But the Roseville Boy Scout love ...

Three bunnies abandoned outside Placer SPCA in Roseville

Three young rabbits were found abandoned in front of the Placer SPCA in Roseville on April 9 - the day after Easter. "It's hard to speculate what motivated someone to leave these ...

City employees' charitable fund grows

The Roseville Employees Annual Charitable Hearts Fund experienced a 10 percent increase in pledges this year, bringing the total amount to $113,909. Those pledges come from city e ...

Placer SPCA shares humane education with Roseville students

Through the Placer SPCA's youth education programs, kids learn kindness and respect for all living creatures. California Education Code requires that schools include the "promotio ...

Placer SPCA opposes repeal of animal adoption mandate

Placer SPCA announced its opposition Monday to Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed repeal of an animal adoption mandate. Pet advocates say the mandate, created by the 1998 enactment of ...

Placer SPCA in search of larger facility

The Placer Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is looking to relocate to a larger facility by the end of 2012 to expand its services and increase its capacity to house ...

How much do Roseville nonprofits make and spend?

The Press Tribune took a look at the 15 largest tax-exempt organizations based in Roseville as recognized by the Internal Revenue Service. Figures are based on tax form 990 from 20 ...