Suffolk SPCA delivers pet food to Sandy victims

The Suffolk County SPCA is taking to the streets to offer relief to Sandy victims and their four-legged friends.

The Suffolk County SPCA is taking to the

The Suffolk County SPCA is taking to the streets to offer relief to Sandy victims and their four-legged friends. (Credit: News 12 Long Island)

 

The Suffolk County SPCA is taking to the streets to offer relief to Sandy victims and their four-legged friends.
 
For the next couple of weekends, the SPCA will travel through hard-hit neighborhoods on Suffolk's South Shore to deliver pet food. Today, Mastic Beach residents received food for their furry friends.
 
Officials say Sandy victims can also arrange to pick up pet food at the SPCA in Hauppauge by calling 631-381-7722.

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To arrange SPCA pet food pick up

SPCA : 631-381-7722

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