As we mentioned earlier this week, with the help of W Aviation and Wings of Rescue, a plane brought nearly 100 animals from a San Juan animal shelter to Fort Lauderdale’s Executive Airport.

Hurricane Maria animal transport

Many of the cats and dogs – mostly kittens and puppies — have already found homes with families in Florida. However, several are still available for adoption, including these five below.

Did you know that our Weekly Pet Flyer is one of the most-effective ways to get our pets adopted? If you are able, please print a copy and post it in your community.

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And, if you are looking for a pet of your own, feel free to stop by the shelter between 10:30am-6:30pm on Mondays through Saturdays and from 10:30am-5:30pm on Sundays at 2070 Griffin Road in Fort Lauderdale.

Pet Flyer: October 5, 2017
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Meet the Pets



Ambar (ID 583940)

Description: 3 years old, female


Honey Lemon (ID 583872)

Description: 11 weeks old, female


Pola (ID 583929)

Description: 3 years old, female


Mushu (ID 583868)

Description: 4 months old, male


Luis (ID 583926)

Description: 2 years old, male

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