Does each state have its own phone number for the ASPCA?


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Each state does not have its own phone number for the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, but the advocacy group has toll-free phone lines and partnerships in communities in several states.

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The ASPCA's headquarters is in New York City. It has toll-free numbers for cases of animal poisoning, for people grieving over the loss of a pet, and a membership line.

States with ASPCA partnership communities include New Mexico, Kentucky, Florida and North Carolina. Other states in the partnership network are South Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Alabama, California and Washington. The ASPCA.org contact page lists phone numbers for many partner shelters.

Animal shelters affiliated with the ASPCA do not put stray animals to sleep.

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