About the FSPCA



Veterinary Resources

FSPCA History & Mission

The Fluvanna County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 1989. Our life-saving mission is to rescue domestic animals in Fluvanna County, Virginia from cruelty, neglect, and abandonment and to place them in good, loving, permanent homes. As a small, rural, open-intake shelter, we have worked hard to achieve and maintain a No-Kill philosophy and you can learn more about what this means by visiting BestFriends.org.

Although we may share some similar goals as the larger national organizations such as the ASPCA, HSUS, and BFAS with regards to caring for animals in need, we are not directly affiliated with them and do not receive any financial support from these organizations apart from possible grants.

We receive our funding from:

  • donations
  • grants
  • fundraising events
  • Fluvanna County for providing the county’s public animal shelter services

Philanthropic support plays an essential role in ensuring that the animals at our shelter receive the care that they need and deserve. We are always striving to improve our operations and expand our services to the community. Our voluntary Board of Directors, committee members, volunteers, and staff are responsible for all FSPCA activities.


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Serving Fluvanna County

The Fluvanna SPCA proudly serves as the county’s public animal shelter and collaborates with the Sheriff’s Department Animal Control Officers to help provide care for the county’s stray and seized cats and dogs until they are reunited with their family or re-homed. For more information regarding Fluvanna County Animal Control please visit their website: https://www.fluvannacounty.org/sheriff/page/animal-control

As resources allow, we also strive to provide low cost rabies vaccination clinics for county residents, and thanks to the generosity of donors, we are also often able to assist in donating some dog and cat food to other local charities and food pantries.

We do not have a veterinarian on staff, so unfortunately we are unable to provide low-cost spay/neuter, routine vaccination and wellness services to community members’ pets, but we do have a list of suggested clinics that offer these services under our “Veterinary Resources” tab at the top of this page. If you were to come across a stray cat or dog in Fluvanna County in need of more urgent medical attention and need assistance getting them care, please contact the Sheriff’s Department Animal Control Officer for further assistance: (434) 589-8211.


Join Our Board

Attention, all leaders who love animals: your skills and expertise can help save lives! Fluvanna SPCA, a no-kill, nonprofit animal shelter in Troy, VA, is seeking nominations for candidates to join the volunteer Board of Directors.

Serving as an FSPCA Board Member is an extraordinary opportunity for someone with a track record of leadership who is passionate about the organization’s life-saving mission.

Selected Board Members will have achieved leadership status in business, government, philanthropy, and/or the nonprofit sector, having developed experience and expertise in one or more of the following areas: nonprofit governance, fundraising, investment, animal law, animal shelter medicine, volunteer recruitment & retention, community engagement, marketing, and event coordination.

To nominate yourself or someone else as a candidate, or for more information about FSPCA Board service, please email president@fspca.org with a statement of interest, including any relevant candidate experiences that would support meaningful Board service.

Candidates must be able to certify they have not been charged with animal cruelty. Service on the Fluvanna SPCA’s Board of Directors is without remuneration.

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