About Us


Please help us continue our Good Samaritan / Second Chance fund - a fund that helps us provide medical care to homeless pets, has become depleted due to all the sick and/or injured animals we've dealt with recently.  We are a no kill shelter - we do not euthanize for space.  The only time an animal would be euthanized is if it has an illness or injury that cannot be medically corrected and the animal is suffering.  Donations can be directed to the Cortland SPCA with a note specifying the donation be used for the Good Samaritan / Second Chance fund.

We provide educational programs for scouting groups, schools and community organizations.  If you would like to set up a presentation, please contact ktotman@cortlandspca.org.

Who We Are

Mission Statement
The Cortland Community SPCA is dedicated to ensuring the best possible quality of life for animals and to promoting respect and reverence for them. We strive to prevent cruelty to animals, curb pet overpopulation and promote community responsibility for humane care, treatment, and well-being of all animals through adoption, education, information, investigation, and action. 

Come Visit Us

Please consider adopting your new best friend! We have may wonderful dogs and cats. If you can't adopt please consider fostering  a dog/puppy/cat/kitten.

We also need volunteers to socialize our pets as well as walk our dogs.  You must be 18 years of age to volunteer.


Contact Cortland Community SPCA


Available Animals

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