Covid-19 & spcaLA: Ways to Help


Donate Goods
Send pet food, cat litter, and treats via the spcaLA Amazon Wish List, or another delivery service. Donated items should be shipped to spcaLA, Attn: Donations 7700 E Spring St, Long Beach, CA 90815. You can also purchase needed items from the spcaLA Marketplace and we’ll deliver them to the shelter. Email to get started.


What we need:

  • Most Urgently: Bully sticks, Earth Animal sticks, brand-new blankets & towels, durable dog & cat toys, canned dog & puppy food
  • Also Needed: Kitten Replacement Milk (KMR) & bottles, canned and dry pet food (kitten/puppy/dog/cat), heating pads
  • spcaLA cannot accept used items or donations of opened food or treats, nor can we accept used blankets or towels at this time.

When and where to drop-off:

  • 9am to 10am on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, starting Monday, March 30th.
  • spcaLA South Bay Pet Adoption Center (12910 Yukon Ave, Hawthorne, CA 90250) OR spcaLA PD Pitchford Companion Animal Village & Education Center (7700 E Spring St, Long Beach, CA 90815) during drop-off hours.

How to drop-off:

  • Pull up to the donation drop-off pallet at South Bay or Long Beach (in front of the ADOPTIONS entrance at Long Beach).
  • Unload your donations directly onto the donation drop-off pallet, then return to your vehicle, and go back to being Safer at Home.
  • If there’s another donor ahead of you, remain in your vehicle until they’ve completed their donation and safely returned to their vehicle.
  • If you’d like a receipt: take a photo of your donation and send it to

For your safety, and that of our staff and the animals in our care, please do not linger, or exit your vehicle for a purpose other than dropping off a donation. We love your pets, but please keep them safely at home.

Give While You Shop

Keep Your Pets Supplied.
spcaLA is offering pet supply purchase by appointment. Email for more information.

Start a fundraiser – ask your friends to help abused & abandoned animals.

Important Links
Disaster Preparedness
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health
California Department of Public Health
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
World Health Organization