Thursday, January 17, 2013
The director of Suncoast Animal League is leading a class for people interested in becoming a foster parent for shelter animals. Enrollment ends Friday.
If you love animals, you might want to consider becoming a foster parent for the Suncoast Animal League. Fostering is a rewarding and much-needed volunteer task that saves hundreds of animals at Suncoast Animal League each year. Puppies, kittens, dogs and cats are in need of foster homes for a wide variety of reasons: Interested in learning more? A special class for Suncoast Animal League foster parents will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 21, at The Centre. The class will be led by Executive Director Rick Chaboudy and should run approximately 1½ hours. Current foster parents are also encouraged to attend as information is updated regularly. Enroll by Friday, Jan. 18, at email@example.com. Space is limited, so register …
Saturday, January 5, 2013
The three kittens found in a St. Petersburg freezer in December were adopted by local families, including one in Dunedin, at the SPCA Tampa Bay in Largo on Friday.
One of three surviving kittens found in a St. Petersburg freezer found a forever home in Dunedin. The Edwards Family of Dunedin adopted Sunkist, who they plan to rename Frosty as a reminder of the kitten's experience. "It was like my heart was broken when I learned about the kittens. I was devastated," said Wanda Edwards. "When I look into his eyes, I think how could anyone do this." Frosty will be shared by Edwards' grandchildren Sybil, 6, and Grace, 4. This holiday season, when Sybil sat on Santa's lap, her Christmas wish was simply to have a cat, Edwards said. "Sybil had no idea that she was getting her wish today of always wanting a kitten," wrote her dad Terry Nolan, of Palm Harbor, in an email. Frosty was one of four kittens that …
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Looking for a new friend to bring home this summer? Pinellas County Animal Services will help you find the perfect pet. Check out our photos of the the cats waiting for their forever homes.
Organizers and volunteers with Pinellas County Animal Services encourages those looking for a family pet to stop by their shelter or adoption events in the county. For $40 or less, you can adopt a dog or cat today. Adoptable animals will be vaccinated and sterilized before becoming members of your family. For more information on the process, adoption events, fees and more, check out the Pinellas County Animal Services website. In the meantime, check out photos of adoptable cats from a recent visit at the shelter in Largo.