“10 Times the Love!” Feline Adoption Special at Suncoast
Suncoast Humane Society is stepping into the New Year with a PURR-FECT feline adoption special – “10 Times the Love!” Now through Valentine’s Day weekend, February 16, prospective cat adopters will have the opportunity to adopt a furry feline friend for only $10, instead of the normal fee of $95 plus $20 rabies vaccine fee. Cats are already spayed/neutered, up to date on vaccinations, tested for feline leukemia/AIDS, dewormed, and microchipped. They are truly ready to pounce into their new homes! Executive Director Phil Snyder states: “We currently have nearly 60 cats and kittens in need of good homes in our adoption cattery and 6 satellite adoption centers. In addition, there are nearly 50 awaiting their evaluation for adoption in the holding areas.” The purpose of the “10 Times the Love” adoption special is to find as many loving, forever homes as possible for the shelter’s over-population of cats. To view all adoptable animals and learn more about the adoption process, please visit the website at www.humane.org or stop by the shelter in person at 6781 San Casa Drive.
Lagers for Labs
Mark your calendars now for the Labrador Retrievers Rescue of Florida’s Fund Raiser on Saturday, March 16, 2-5pm. It takes place at the British Open Pub, 367 Jacaranda Blvd, Venice. There will be music by Andy Browne and friends, delicious finger foods including vegetarian options, silent auction, 50/50 and raffle baskets, astrology and palm readers working for donations. You get a free lager with all adult tickets upon entrance. People only, no dogs please. Tickets are $25 prepaid, $30 at the door. This organization is statewide and it is 100% volunteer-run. Over 9000 Labrador Retrievers have found their forever homes since 2000. Visit the group’s website at www.labrescuefl.org.
Consider Volunteering at Venice Wildlife Center
Venice Wildlife Center is in need of a Fundraising Committee and is accepting volunteers.
Fundraising is vital to the existence of the Wildlife Center of Venice. Operational funds used to rehabilitate native wildlife are generated solely by fundraising & donations. The Center receives no funding through grants or municipalities to cover these vital expenses.
No experience with fundraising is necessary, just a desire to help The Center continue its mission. If you are ready to make a difference, please call 518-669-0287, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.