Massachusetts Society For The Prevention Of Cruelty To Animals

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350 South Huntington Avenue
Boston,  Ma 02130
Phone: 617-522-7400

Mission

Relieve animal suffering and prevent cruelty. Advance the well-being of dogs, cats and other animals through programs in veterinary medicine, sheltering, humane education and advocacy. We need your help in saving these innocent deserving animals.

Success Story

Blind Puppy Saved by 'Angell'

On June 30th, a good Samaritan discovered a one-and-a-half-week old Pug underneath a bush in Allston, Massachusetts. The puppy was frightened, disoriented, and appeared to have a swollen eye. The Samaritan immediately delivered the puppy to the MSPCA-Angell in Boston.

Upon arrival, "Olivia" (so named by the MSPCA-Angell staff) was examined by veterinarians at Angell Animal Medical Center in Boston. Angell Ophthalmologist, Dr. Daniel Biros, determined that Olivia was suffering from a severe eye infection in both eyes and is likely 100% blind. He is treating Olivia with medication and has given her a healthy prognosis. While Olivia will be blind for life, she is expected to lead a happy, healthy life as a family companion.

Olivia will continue to receive medical care from the MSPCA-Angell thanks to Spike's Fund, which provides medical care for homeless animals. While undergoing treatment, she will spend the next few weeks with a foster family until she is old enough for adoption.