On Friday, the St. Thomas Aquinas College men’s and women’s soccer teams joined forces to help out at the Westchester SPCA. The teams helped to tidy up both the shelter and the Volunteer Cottage. While on site, the teams were divided into smaller groups to accomplish a list of taske. These jobs included raking the outdoor pens that are used for the animals, organizing the leashes used for dog walks, building new shelving units in the worspaces and storage facilities and cleaning up the trails surrounding the building that are used when volunteers walk the dogs.
The SPCA of Westchester is a No-Kill Animal Shelter located in Briarcliff Manor, NY. They find loving, new homes for an average of 1,500 animals each year & are the only shelter empowered to enforce animal cruelty laws. They have a low-cost Clinic on site.
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