Trapping bill still pending - contact your legislators
We realize that we've been sending a lot of alerts about H.4943, but this is an important bill that will result in a step backwards for wildlife in Massachusetts if it becomes law. You can help to prevent passage of this bill, which is still pending in the House. Read More »
online training - lobby 101
If you haven't yet been to one of our training sessions in person, consider joining us on September 14th in cyber-space from the comfort of your own home for a Lobby 101 Webinar. Read More »
Worcester city council votes on breed specific legislation
Another big city is trying to solve dangerous dog (and irresponsible people) problems by focusing primarily on pit bulls. The MSPCA disagrees with this approach. Read More »
don't forget - elephant films at the MSPCA in Boston
On Thursday, September 30th, at 6:30pm, we will have an elephant film event at the MSPCA. You'll see interesting films and learn more about how you can help circus elephants. Read More »
state legislative update
Even though we’re now in the informal legislative session, there are still several bills that are pending and can pass with your help. A lot can happen before the end of the year and you can make change for animals possible! Read More »
don’t forget to ask candidates about animal issues
As a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, we aren’t allowed to engage in electioneering activities. However, you can take the time during this campaign season to ask candidates where they stand on the animal issues you care about!
Walk for animals
Come to the Walk for Animals this Sunday! We’ll have a table with Advocacy materials. Come by and say hello! If you would like to join our team, click here.
Advocacy Volunteer Corner
We need your help! We still need help researching issues for the next legislative session. Read More »
Donate to Advocacy
You're a member of our Animal Action Team, so you understand how important our work is to animals in Massachusetts. Please support our efforts with a donation to the Advocacy Department.
The Mission of the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is to protect animals, relieve their suffering, advance their health and welfare, prevent cruelty and work for a just and compassionate society.