Below you will find five furry friends in need of forever homes! They are wonderful in their own unique ways, so please keep scrolling to learn more about them.
If you cannot adopt, won’t you help these five furbabies 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
Chet ID 607695)
Description: 3 years old, male
Mr. Chet is an energetic fella who is sure to bring a lot of pep into your life! He loves to go for walks and play, but he definitely has his lazy-side. He is such a cuddle-bug!
Chet is housebroken and knows a few basic commands, like “sit” and “shake.” He will do anything for treats, so we think it will be easy to teach him a few more moves.
Freckles (ID 606960)
Description: age unknown, male
Sierra (ID 506889)
Description: 4 years old, female
Sierra is sweet and spunky. She loves laser toys, playing with children, and rough-housing with other cats. She is a quiet kitty but she is not afraid to say something when she’s hungry or wants some affection – which is fairly often. She is a cuddly cat who likes to be held.
This wonderful gal has her adoption fee sponsored by Dr. Nancy at Smilefolk.
Rafi (ID 607849)
Description: 5 years old, male
5-year-old Rafi came to us from one of our partner shelters in Puerto Rico, named Save a Sato (slang for street dog). We don’t know much about his history, but we think he probably didn’t spend a lot of time with people. He is very, very shy and needs a patient person to care for him.
We often have dogs, like Rafi, who take many days (sometimes weeks or months) before they truly warm up to their families and show a bit of personality. But, experience has shown the wait is completely worth it. We have many pet parents who say their “Satos” are the most loyal companions they’ve ever had.
If you have plenty of love and patience to give this beautiful boy, please come by and ask to meet him today.
Mia (ID 601269)
Description: 2 years old, female
Mia is part of a brother-sister duo that has just won over our hearts. Mia and Milo (ID 601268/9) are both very sweet cats. Mia is a doting sister – she even allows her brother to eat first. Mia is definitely the shier of the two kitty cats, but she is quite affectionate and likes to be picked up.
Neither cat has lived with other pets, but they love each other!
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