Become one of Buddha’s Buddies
Buddha was barely alive when he was carried into S.P.A.R.C. by a Santa Paula Police Officer. He had tattoos across his chest and genitals which caused paralysis in his back legs. Any other shelter would have euthanized him but S.P.A.R.C believes every animal deserves a chance. Medical help, physical therapy, a donation from Eddie's Wheels and lots of love got Buddha up, moving and into a forever home!
Yes, I would like to become a Buddha's Buddy
Why Join The Fight
Join the fight to end animal cruelty in Ventura County. It costs just $36 dollars a year for a single membership and $50.00 a year for a family membership! When you become a member of S.P.A.R.C’s Buddha’s Buddies you will be lending your voice to those who don’t have one. Your generous support enables us to continue to provide the love, compassion, and care to thousands of homeless pets without the risk of being killed due to lack of space, illness, or injury. As a thank you for becoming a part of the S.P.A.R.C. family you will receive our newsletter and our new calendar due to arrive in 2016!
Your donation will be used to continue our mission to prove that no-kill animal shelters are not only possible, but the most compassionate response to helping homeless, abused and abandoned animals. S.P.A.R.C. believes that all animals have value, no matter how broken or unwanted. Please help us continue to reach out into our community and promote the creation of other no-kill shelters throughout our county and ultimately the entire state of California!
NO~KILL NO~ EXCUSES
S.P.A.R.C. (Santa Paula Animal Rescue Center is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization and is the first and only HARD-CORE NO-KILL animal shelter in Ventura County. We are dedicated to the rehabilitating and re-homing of abandoned pets. We are a unique partnership between public and private resources with a shared goal of maintaining a ‘no kill’ system for saving the homeless and abandoned animals of our community, our county and our state.
S.P.A.R.C. - with it's 98.5% NO-KILL rate,is doing it's part to end the unnecessary killing of shelter pets. Reserving euthanasia for only the terminally ill animals that are suffering and have no chance of survival.
We define ourselves by the best that is in us, not the worst that has been done to us