Welcome to the Rhode Island SPCA, the 3rd oldest humane organization in the United States. At over 145 years old, we are the only non-profit animal rescue organization in the state of Rhode Island that is legally able to investigate and prosecute animal cruelty cases.
The RISPCA is charged with the sole purpose of protecting animal life in all situations that might endanger them. We are dedicated to crusading for the rights and welfare of all animals, great and small, through legal, educational, legislative and investigative means.
The RISPCA is a thriving community of staff members, volunteers, supporters and the animals in our care. We welcome and thank you for your involvement!
“Almost Free” Rabies Clinic: October 22nd, 10am to 2pm
Bring in 5 cans of non-perishable human food in exchange for a rabies vaccine for your pet. Collected food will be donated to local food banks. Pets must be on leash or in a carrier. Bring in previous rabies vaccine records if possible.
Pets in Need Veterinary Clinic
The Rhode Island SPCA has partnered with the Rhode Island Veterinary Medical Association and the Companion Animal Foundation to establish an affordable, full service veterinary clinic located at 40 Amaral Street in Riverside. The clinic will provide medical and surgical services for pets owned by need-based elderly, disabled and low income citizens of Rhode Island. To make an appointment, please call the Pets in Need Veterinary Clinic at (401) 270-3832.
One person can make a difference. Help homeless and abused animals today. The Rhode Island SPCA is a private, non-profit 501(c)3 organization, and all donations are tax-deductible. Questions about donating? p: 401.438.8150| f: 401.438.8154 firstname.lastname@example.org