One Month Until Our Walk for the Animals

There are only 30 days until our Walk for the Animals! EEK! Where has time gone? We’re overcome with a strange mix of excitement and a bit of apprehension because there is still so much to do!

One thing that is at the tip-top of our list is to register new participants to our Walk. Would you be able to help us? All we ask is that you email five friends telling them the reason why YOU Walk for the Animals… and ask them to join in support!

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Your reason doesn’t have to be anything long or fancy. Just speak from the heart. Here are some examples to help get the creative juices flowing.

The Walk for the Animals brings a community together with common interests and goals. By supporting the Humane Society of Broward County you support our community. Not only does the shelter care for many animals it also serves as an education center for the care and responsibility of these animals with the many programs offered to the public. I feel honored to be a part of such an organization that cares for the well-being of animals.
Carey M.
I walk to show my support in the Humane Society’s purpose and mission. I enjoy seeing it get bigger and bigger because it means we are reaching more people who also want what’s best for our furry friends.

Let’s keep fighting the good fight, we are making a difference
Jessica S.

Why do I Walk for the Animals? I Walk for the Animals because I want every pet to have a forever home like my “boyz”, Charlie and Zack. It is the HSBC that can accomplish this, if we give them the funding they need.Stephanie S.

Thank you for any help you can give!


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Meet Our Adoptable Pets

Pebbles (ID 567061)

Pebbles 567061

  • Names: Pebbles
  • Age: 2 years
  • Breed: American Bulldog Mix
  • Tidbit: Pebbles is a sweet, energetic girl. She would need to go home with a patient family, for she is deaf and needs some additional training.
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Lucy (ID 570276)

  • Names: Lucy
  • Age: 5 years
  • Breed: Calico Domestic Longhair mix
  • Tidbit: Lucy is a pleasant cat. She is good with dogs and people of all ages. She mostly likes to keep to herself, but she’s not afraid to come up and ask to be petted!
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Rufus (ID 568586)

Rufus 568586

  • Names: Rufus
  • Age: 3 years
  • Breed: Boxer mix
  • Tidbit: Rufus is a sweet boy who just wants a second chance at happiness.
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Titan (ID 570202)

  • Names: Titan
  • Age: 2 years
  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair mix
  • Tidbit: While Titan is a bit shy at first, he is super-loving of all people and furry friends. He loves dogs, other cats, and especially adores children!
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Hazel (ID 569890)

Hazel 569890

  • Names: Hazel
  • Age: Age unknown
  • Breed: Guinea pig
  • Tidbit: Hazel is one tough cookie. She was found as a stray and brought into our shelter by a concerned citizen. She is sweet and would make a great addition to any cavvie family.
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