The grounds at Stratham Hill Park were buzzing Sunday when an estimated 2,000 people gathered with dogs of all shapes and sizes for the New... Read More
The grounds at Stratham Hill Park were buzzing Sunday when an estimated 2,000 people gathered with dogs of all shapes and sizes for the New Hampshire Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals’ 18th annual Paws Walk event.
A steady drizzle didn’t stop pet lovers from around the Seacoast from securing pledges for a fundraising event that organizers said aimed at raising upward of $100,000 for the locally based New Hampshire SPCA. We were happy to have our tent there to help keep everyone as dry as possible. If you couldn’t make it this year mark your calendar for next year or get involved this year by volunteering, here is why
- Every animal deserves a warm safe loving home.
- When an animal is homeless, they turn to us.
- The NHSPCA cares for nearly 3,000 unwanted pets each year. Their food, comfort, and shelter is possible thanks to gifts from caring people.
- When an animal is the victim of cruelty or neglect they can rely on the NHSPCA to help them heal and start over.
- Most importantly, the animals need you so they can have a second chance at life.