With Thanksgiving exactly one week away, we’re revving up for all of the holiday festivities. (BTW please remember that we are closed on Thursday, November 22, 2018).
BUT on Black Friday, you can avoid the mall crowds and add a furry friend to your family instead. The Humane Society of Broward County will be hosting a spectacular event and hopes you’ll consider adopting a homeless pet – one that wants to spend this holiday and many more with you.
The HSBC will be offering “Cuddle Busters” all day long which means the adoption fee will be waived for select pets. In addition, the adoption fee will be ½ price for all pets one year of age and older. Regular adoption fees for cats one year and older is $30 and dogs one year and older is $100. Whether you’re looking for big or small, purebred or a unique mixed breed…there is always love for sale at the Humane Society of Broward County.
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
Are you posting the flyer in your community?
Meet the Pet Flyer Pets
Meatball (ID 599652)
Description: 2 years old, male
What about me…can I be part of your family? My name is Meatball (ID 599652) and I’m a BIG fellow weighing in at 83 pounds. I might be big, but I think I’m a lap dog and still act like a puppy. I love to play and I especially love treats! I like people of all ages, but because of my size might do best with older kids. I would love to go to obedience classes so I can learn all kinds of things, I just need someone to believe in me.
Thanks to Dolly’s Dream my adoption fee is sponsored and I get to go home with the things I need to get settled into my new home. Dolly’s Dream will even cover the cost of obedience classes if you come to the Humane Society of Broward County. So if you’re looking for a big dog to love…pick me…Meatball. For more details stop by the adoption center located at 2070 Griffin Road, a block west of I-95 on the south side of the street or call 954-989-3977 ext. 6
Munsa (ID 604815)
Description: 4 months old, male
Meet Munsa! This 4-year-old ferret is affectionate and playful. He doesn’t mind being held, and he enjoys the company of dogs. He does like to rough house though, so we recommend no small children.
Misty (ID 604194)
Description: 2 years old, female
Miss Misty is a super-loving kitty cat. She likes being held and picked up, and she enjoys the company of other felines (but, she is quite scared of dogs.) If you’re looking for a cuddle-bug, Misty is your girl!
Killua (ID 604127)
Description: 7 years old, male
Meet “Doc’s Dog of the Week” …Killua (ID 604127) a 7 year young, 48 pound Siberian husky who wants to be your best friend. This fellow knows basic commands, enjoys running while you’re riding a bike and he is good with cats. Killua will need an active family who can spend lots of quality time with him. He is selective about his dog friends and will do best in a home where he is the only dog. Stop by the Humane Society of Broward County to meet him.
Alex (ID 508052)
Description: 4 years old, male
Look at this gorgeous grey cat! Meet Alex (ID 508052). This 4-year-old fella is a social butterfly – he loves people and critters of all shapes and sizes (adults, children, cats, and even dogs). Alex is very sweet and playful. Plus, he is just the purr-fect house guest. He is litter box trained, non-destructive, and is used to be given free roam of the house when left alone.
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