A sneak preview of the new SPCA

New facility slated to be in operation by April
Posted at 8:46 PM, Jan 11, 2017

The first thing you'll notice about the new S.P.C.A. is that it's huge. The new facility is 52 thousand square feet, which is double the size of the current building on Ensminger Road.

As S.P.C.A. executive director Gary Willoughby points out "comparing our first facility that we built on Tupper Street downtown was 52 hundred feet. That means the new space is ten times larger."

Crews are putting the finishing touches on the new place. The building sits on 10 acres of land on Harlem Road in West Seneca. It includes a barn for the farm animal, plenty of parking and a special area for wildlife. There are separate intake areas for dogs and cats.

The new facility also features a multi purpose community room and a full service veterinary clinic. This is the 150th anniversary of the S.P.C.A. and Director Garry Willoughby says that this new facility keep the organization in good stead for the next 50 years.