SPCA of Solano County
An Independent Non-Profit Animal Shelter

Uniting Pets with their People

SPCA of Solano County is a privately funded non-profit animal shelter founded in 1974.  SPCASC is dedicated to finding loving responsible homes for adoptable animals in Solano County. 

We are located on five acres in Vacaville California - about 30 minutes from Sacramento and 45 minutes from San Francisco.

We have a variety of animals for adoption - dogs, cats, puppies, kittens and occasionally small animals and reptiles. 

We do not receive any funding from local, state or federal agencies.  All our funding comes from private donations, surrender fees and adoption fees.  You can help support the SPCA


                    Donations can be mailed to:

                      SPCA of Solano county
                PO Box 356 Vacaville, CA  95696

You Can Help
See Solano SPCA Wish List


Silent Auction and Raffle Items Needed

SPCA is seeking donations
for our silent auction and raffles for most events.

If you can donate a gift card, bottle of wine, movie tickets,
or other silent auction treasures, we would love to receive them! 
Theme Baskets are always a hit and can be assembled and donated by an individual, team or group. This is a great team builder for companies and employee groups. Challenge your employee teams to assemble baskets and award a price for the best one. Build company spirit and help the Solano SPCA at the same time.
A Win-Win for everyone!

Please let us know if you can help in this way

SPCA Solano News

heart    Meet adoptable dog  heart
"Meatball Sam" 


"Meatball Sam" has an interesting story.  He was dropped off at a Fire Department in Vacaville with a note that said "My name is Samson please help me" and $50.  We took him and at the time we already had a Samson.  "Meatball Sam" was such a goof that he ended up with the name "Meatball"


 He has been here for quite awhile.  He has learned to have manners and basic obedience but he needs to be the only pet in the home.  He is good with kids just not other animals.  He recently had "Meatball's Day Out"  He went to Solano College as a representative of the SPCA then off to Bevmo for a photo shoot then finally to Starbucks for a Puppichino.  He is available for adoption and his adoption fee has been partially sponsored.  Are you the forever family he has been searching for?


******Vaccine Clinic Dates *****
November 19, 2016
2pm - 4pm



Cheryl Sherwood Fund for Cats in Need 

Many people are aware of the senseless violence at the Fairfield Mall that took the life of Cheryl Sherwood in February 2016.  She was very active in the community. She spayed, neutered and cared for feral cats at her expense. Her friends at Benicia Jazzercise decided to turn the tragedy into a positive and lasting legacy for her. 

 They established the "Cheryl Sherwood Fund for cats in need"

This fund will allow for her work spaying and neutering cats to continue.  If you would like to donate to this fund click on the link and the donation will go directly to the Cheryl Sherwood Fund.  Keeping checking back in the next week or so for details on our new program!

Donate to the Cheryl Sherwood Fund




Vaccine Clinic
Second (2nd) Thursday of Every Month
4:30 - 6pm
by Dr. Sue Chan of CETA Foundation

FREE Scoop of Bulk Biscuits Coupon*
No purchase necessary. One coupon per household.
*Find the coupon in the February issue of GrapeVine.



Levi LOVES his Victor Dog Food

    Wednesday..... 2:00 - 5:00pm
    Thursday........12:30 - 6:00pm
    Friday............12:30 - 6:00pm
    Saturday........12:00 - 5:00pm
    Sunday..........12:00 - 5:00pm

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