We hope you all enjoyed your day off yesterday! We sure did – rested, rejuvenated, and ready to get some furry friends adopted! Speaking of which, here are 5 cuties looking to steal your hearts. Won’t you stop by the shelter and say “hi?” They’re looking forward to meeting you.

And don’t forget…

Caturdays Continue All Summer

Caturday 2018

As if you need any other reason to adopt, we’ll be discounting all adult feline adoption fees every Saturday this summer! We like to call this adoption event “Caturdays,” and yes! You can adopt a cat (6 months and older) for just $15 – and our adopt-two-for-one-adoption-fee offer still applies!

But, if you cannot adopt, won’t you help them by printing and sharing this weekly pet flyer? It helps so much in spreading their wonderful stories around the county and finding them a match!

Weekly Pet Flyer

Additional Adoption Information

The adoption fee for dogs is $100 and $30 for cats. All animals go home spayed or neutered, microchipped, receive preliminary vaccinations, dogs receive a heartworm test, and cats are feline leukemia tested. They also receive a flea/tick preventative, a 10-day limited health care plan from VCA Animal Hospitals, 30 days of Trupanion Pet Insurance and a bag of Purina ONE pet food. To learn more about the HSBC’s adoption processes, please click here.

The HSBC opens daily at 10:30 and is located at 2070 Griffin Road, a block west of I-95. For more details call 954-989-3977 ext. 6. To see who else is looking for a home visit www.humanebroward.com

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Meet the Pet Flyer Pets

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Bailey (ID 598144)

Weekly Pet Flyer: Bailey 598144

Description: 2 years old, male

Bailey is a happy-go-lucky boy who loves everyone and everything. Dogs, cats, adults, children… you name it, he likes it!

Bailey is crate trained and housebroken. He’ll even start licking your hand when he’s ready to go outside. Did we mention he loves everyone he meets? What’s not to love about Bailey?

 

Charlie (ID 596359)

Weekly Pet Flyer: Charlie 596359

Description: 5 months old, male

Charlie came from a house where there were already two rabbits that the owner thought were female. Well, turns out one of them was actually male, and they began multiplying… and quickly!

Unfortunately Charlie and a few of his siblings ended up being surrendered at the shelter. But, we are so lucky to have this little guy. Charlie is sweet and playful. He actually really likes being held and pet. Plus, he gets along with cats, dogs, and people of all ages.

 

Firecracker (ID 597300)

Weekly Pet Flyer: Firecracker 597300

Description:16 weeks old, male

Firecracker is a playful little guy who wants to spend his whole life being spoiled by a loving family.

 

Rosie (ID 595709)

Weekly Pet Flyer: Rosie 595709

Description: 8 years old, female

What about me…can I be part of your family? I came from another shelter where there were so many dogs and everyone just kept walking past me. Everyone picked the puppies and younger dogs and no one ever looked at me. I’m hoping my luck will change here. I may be mature in age, but I love toys and playing. The staff say I’m treat motivated and eager to please. I enjoy getting lots of attention and snuggling. I may not be a little pup, but I have a lot of love to share if you give me a chance. Will you please ask to meet me…I know you won’t be disappointed.

Thanks to Dolly’s Dream, my adoption fee is sponsored and I get to go home with the goodies I will need to settle into my new home. For more details call 954-989-3977 ext. 6 or stop by, the shelter opens daily at 10:30.

 

Honey (ID 598252)

Weekly Pet Flyer: Honey 598252

Description: Age unknown, female

Honey is as sweet as her name suggests: friendly and lovable. She was found and fostered in a home that could not keep her, so she ended up at the shelter. Her foster mom says that Honey is good with other dogs (she has not lived with other cats) and got along with every person she met.

Although she is laid back and calm, she is still quite playful and loves toys. Honey is fully declawed.

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