Check out all adoptable pets. www.spcaflorida.org. To meet or adopt a pet at SPCA Florida, stop by the Adoption Center Monday through Friday from 11 am to 6 pm or Saturday and Sunday from 11 am to 5 pm.
All pets are spayed or neutered prior to adoption, microchipped, up to date on vaccines and come with one month of flea and heartworm protection. For questions, contact SPCA Florida’s Adoption Center at 863-577-4615 or email@example.com.
Age: 4 years
Weight: 40 pounds
Breed: Hound Mix Brown/Black
Orphan since November 21
Adoption Fee: $150
Goosey is a full grown hunting mix with more energy than the popular rabbit. Guzzi needs a little training to learn how not to jump fences and play Houdini. Gussie is a puppy adopter, which means if you already have one in your home, we will meet them a couple of times before adopting them. She can also be aggressive with neighboring dogs if they are fenced in near her. She is a little nervous around people she doesn’t know as well as the vacuum. It seems like Gussy is here because, well, he’s special. But the reason he’s still here is because he needs someone willing to help him overcome his bad habits. She is a huge cuddle bug, loves to have her tummy patted, walks well on a leash, and is very affectionate with her acquaintances. Come meet her soon and see that she really is a big teenager at heart. For more information please visit, www.spcaflorida.org.
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Age: 3 years
Weight: 54 pounds
Breed: Mastiff/Boxer Mix Brown/White
Orphan since February 10
Adoption Fee: $150
Millie is still at SPCA Florida waiting for that perfect family to take her home. She’s been with us since February, and if we could read a dog’s mind, we’d bet she thinks she’ll never find a home. Millie is a crazy girl who loves to cuddle after a day of play. She loves to be active, so if you like long walks, the beach or just hanging out, Millie is your girl. Millie had no training as a teenager and she would need it. She is motivated by food, so training should be easy. All this girl needs is a chance to get out, decompress for a while, get the training she needs, and get the home she’s always wanted. So, meet Millie and see her potential to be the best family member ever. For more information, please visit www.spcaflorida.org.
Gender: Female Age: 7 years
Weight: 13 pounds
Breed: Domestic Shorthair Orange/White
Orphaned Since: November 3
Adoption Fee: $50
Do you remember Morris, the famous cat from the 9 Live commercials? Well, meet Ruby, the female version of Morris. She came to SPCA Florida as a surrender this fall and has been hanging out in our admin office ever since. She keeps to herself most of the time but likes to travel and explore new areas. Ruby’s legs are shorter than most cats, but that doesn’t stop her from jumping up high places or running in and out of offices. His new family must continue a special prescription diet for his gastritis. Ruby doesn’t like seeing doctors and has needed to be sedated in the past so they can handle them. Ruby would do well as a house pet. If you need a little companion that isn’t needy but will still hang around you, Ruby could be your best friend. For more information, please visit www.spcaflorida.org.
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Age: 7 months
Weight: 8 pounds
Breed: Domestic Shorthair Brown
Orphaned since June 27
Adoption fee: $100
Meet Typhoon! Its name says it all. This little guy loves to play with sticks, toys, and any small toy he can get his paws on. He is known as the explorer here. There is no place he has not explored. Typhon also has a funny little quirk: he likes to sleep in his litter box. Maybe his new family can teach him that beds exist. He likes to sleep on his back and scratch on his belly. Strangers are a bit scary for him, but he’ll come around in time. He is good with dogs and other cats. Finally, if you like morning chats, this is the guy for you, and he won’t hesitate to let you know when he’s hungry. For more information on Typhoon, please visit www.spcaflorida.org.