Before we get to the Pet Flyer…
In Need of Newspapers
WE NEED YOUR HELP! Due to the large amount of kittens, cats, and other pocket pets in our shelter, we have been going through newspapers at an alarming rate… and now WE ARE OUT! 😱
If you have any newspapers in your house (or on their way to your recycling bin), can you PLEASE donate them to our shelter instead? Even one issue can help a handful of pets.
We use newspapers to line the cages of the shelter’s cats, kittens, bunnies, rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs, and more. Because they’re absorbent and disposable, they help keep the cages sanitary and provide a little bit of warmth.
PLEASE share this status with any businesses and other animal-loving organizations you know. They often receive numerous copies of a single publication.
If you are able to donate, THANK YOU! Just drop your donations off at the front desk at our location at 2070 Griffin Road, Fort Lauderdale. We’re open from 10:30am-6:30pm.
Weekly Pet Flyer
Below are five cuties that rely on our supply of newspaper for their warmth and sanitation. If you have leftover papers to donate, please donate to these adoptable loves.
Meet Our Featured Pets
5 years old, female
For a rabbit, Sophie has quite a unique personality. Just because she’s small doesn’t mean she’s not in charge. Sophie would love to be the only pet in your life and will shower you with cuddles and affection.
7 months old, female
Gracie is a typical kitty that loves to play and be active. She adored the child in her old home, so we know she is great with kids!
5 months old, male
Adolfo is a typical, adorable puppy… who just happened to come from Puerto Rico! He is playful and affectionate, but he has no prior obedience or potty training. If you want a worthwhile summer project, please adopt this cutie pie and put this boy through puppy (summer) school!
2 years old, female
Tiny is a sweet, active little girl. Although she likes being held, her favorite thing in the world would be to play with you.
Age unknown, male
Charlie is a survivor! This boy was found as a stray by the dumpster of a condo building… but that won’t slow this boy down. Other than that, Charlie is a typical guinea pig that loves to nibble on hay and cuddle. Do you have room in your heart and home for this cavvie?
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