Friday Jan 06 2012 comments SPCA in need of bigger facility By: Press Tribune Photography by Philip Wood -A +A Philip Wood/The Press TribuneThe employee break room at the Placer SPCA in Roseville doubles at the facility?s laundry room. Philip Wood/The Press TribuneBesides not having enough space, the Placer SPCA facility in Roseville is in need of repair, as evidenced by the cracked flooring the facility. Philip Wood/The Press TribuneThe Placer SPCA in Roseville is out of storage space, and has to stack animal carrying cases outside behind the building. Philip Wood/The Press TribuneJillian Byerrum cleans one of the dog cages at the Placer SPCA shelter in Roseville. While the cages are cleaned, all the dogs have to be removed and put in temporary holding pens outside, which CEO Leilani Fratis says is unusual. Philip Wood/The Press TribuneDog cages line the canine area at the Placer SPCA in Roseville, but the facility does not have enough space to care for the quantity of dogs that need to be placed in the shelter. Philip Wood/The Press TribuneA kitten peers though the window of its cat condo at the Placer SPCA in Roseville. Philip Wood/The Press TribuneNot all of the cats at the Placer SPCA in Roseville have luxury of living in the cat condos, as many are still housed in traditional cages. Philip Wood/The Press TribuneDogs have to be taken outside and placed in temporary pens daily while their cages are cleaned in the mornings.