The Finger Lakes SPCA of Central New York (formerly known as the Cayuga County SPCA) was formed in 1896. Over the years, it has served Cayuga County and its communities by finding homes for homeless animals.
In 1998, the shelter became a 'No Kill' SPCA and no longer euthanizes for space. The only circumstance requiring euthanasia is an animal that is sick and injured beyond our means or an aggressive animal.
Among the programs and services that the Shelter offers are: adoptions of dogs/puppies/cats/kittens; low-cost spay/neuter clinics; humane law enforcement; free rabies clinics, humane education; lost and found; liaison with local animal/dog control officers; referral service; and behavioral advice/referral.