In this week’s pet flyer, you’ll find 5 adorable, adoptable cuties looking for forever homes. Please scroll down to learn more about them.
And, 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!
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
Mia (ID 600565)
Description: 1 year old, female
Jet-setting Mia came to us all the way from Puerto Rico, where a foster family was taking great care of her. Unfortunately Mia lived in a part of the island where not many people are looking to adopt, so she came to Florida in hopes of a forever home.
She has only been with us for a few days, but we can already tell that this 1-year-old girl is sweet and happy all the time. Seriously – she radiates a calm, pleasant energy that we just love! We don’t yet know how she does with other dogs, cats, or small children, but she clearly loves affection and likes to be picked up.
Stop by the shelter and make Mia yours today!
Nova (ID 593693)
Description: 9 years old, male
Nova loves everyone. He prefers adult humans, but still has fun with kids and other cats. He’s never met a dog, but thinks they sound neat and would probably be open to making friends.
Nova is currently in an Adoption Ambassador foster home, so he can relax and enjoy home life until his forever family finds him. If you think that family could be you, please call us and ask to schedule a meet-and-greet. We know you won’t be disappointed.
Basil (ID 600580)
Description: Age unknown, male
Basil is a gorgeous, tricolor rabbit who came to us from South Florida Wildlife Care Center. He’s only been here for a few days, but Basil has already made an impression. Currently, he is one of the most unique-looking rabbits here at the shelter. We don’t know much about his past, but he is a sweet boy who is looking to hop into your heart and home.
Bruno (ID 551883)
Description: 2 years old, male
If Bruno were on a dating app, his pick-up line would be: “Can I follow you home? Cause my parents always told me to follow my dreams.” Sweet, but goofy! That’s the best way to describe this 2-year-old boy!
While his previous life is unknown to us, we can tell you that Bruno has shown himself to be a top-notch buddy. He is just at his happiest when he is with his friends, especially when out for a walk or engaging in some gentle play. Don’t get us wrong, though. He definitely likes his Netflix (well, he mostly just likes the couch).
Bruno understands both Spanish and English, but he does need some help really perfecting some basic commands. If you have time to dedicate to this lovable lad, please call us!
Jax (ID 594736)
Description: 5 months old, male
Hi, my name is Jax. I am 5 months old, and I have been looking for my forever home since April. Now, I am not the greatest at math, but I know that means I’ve spent most of my life in the shelter.
Can you help change that?
Just so you can know a little more about me… My favorite things are playing and eating. If I were a dessert, I’d be… oh heck! I can’t choose. They all sound awesome – just like me!
If you like silly hijinks and hours of affection, we’d be a great team. Please adopt me today.
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