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Shelter Angel

We know that it is a great feeling to help a specific animal through a stressful time.  Being a Shelter Angel does just that.  

Your gift will be applied to our special medical fund and put toward the cost of the treatment and care of selected pets that come to us in need of help.

Gifts of $100 or more may be applied to the Shelter Angel Medical Fund.

Here are some of our success stories:

 

Nonna20170058H   Just look at this happy girl, Nonna. Nonna wasn't feeling so great when she contracted Kennel cough, but she is happy now. This 4 year old American Pit Bull Terrier is currently up for adoption.  
       
Foxy20170022H   Foxy the Chihuahua had kennel cough, and an infection that was treated. She is feeling much better especially now that she has found her new forever home on February 2, 2017.  
       
George20170082H   This little Chihuahua/Dachshund mix, George, came to us with a skin issue on one foot which was tested and treated. He also had kennel cough, but is feeling much better especially since he found his new home on February 9, 2017.  
       
Deuce20170089H   Deuce, a 3 year old American Pit Bull was suffering from Kennel cough. He is feeling much better now an dwent to his new home on February 9, 2017.  
       
Rusty20170087H   Boxer mix, Rusty, was found as a stray. This three year old 96 pound friendly dog had fleas, an ear infection, skin infections and Kennel cough. He was treated with Cephalexin, medicated shampoos, and omega 3. He is how healthy,happy and was been adopted on February 2, 2017. In Memory of Bijou and Max.  
       
Connor20170015H   Connor is a Domestic ShortHair cat of 11 years of age. He is currently up for adoption. This friendly lap cat had to undergo bloodwork and x-rays for an enlarged abdomen. Feeling better now, he is in the Cattery and will talk to you if you stop by.  
       
Fisher20161534H   Fisher is a beautiful European Short hair cat found as a stray, who was having some bladder problems. After a few tests and x-rays he was able to be treated and went to his forever home on February 18, 2017.  
       
Sammy20170095H   Sammy needed to undergo a series of x-rays to rule out arthritis. This 5 year old Jack Russell Terrier has plenty of life left in him. His x-rays were clear and now he has a home to play and expand his room to run and explore. He was adopted on February 11, 2017.  
       
Spanky20161456H   Spanky's teeth were a mess. This 4 year old Yorkishire Terrier mix had to have oral surgery where he ended up with 21 teeth extractions. A little recovery time and he found his forever home on December 6, 2016.  
       
Ben20161546H   Ben has bounced around a bit in his short 2 years so when he came to us he was heartworm disease positive. This required a series of medications-antibiotics, immiticide and steroids, along with strict rest. Ben was adopted January 20, 2017.  
       
Bella20161505H   Lovely little Bella, a 6 year old Terrier mix came to us needing dental work. After oral surgery and an extraction, along with a nail trim under anesthesia, Bella found her new home in mid December.  
       
Tippy20161299H   Ten year old Tippy, a Domestic Mediumhair, came to us needing dental work including a scaling, a polish and two extractions. This adorable feline is still available for adoption.  
       
Bow20161381H   This adorable senior Beagle named Bow came to us suffering from dental disease. She needed a cleaning, 7 extractions, antibiotics and bloodwork. Eleven year old Bow was adopted on November 29, 2016.  
       
Augie20161429H   Augie, a 5 year old Jack Russell Terrier, needed a dental cleaning and dental work. He needed a total of 11 extractions, sutures and antibiotics. This little guy was happily adopted on December 15, 2016.   
       
Drake20161074H  

This boy is Drake, he was found as a stray and brought to your Suncoast Humane Society. He was estimated to be around six years old and is a Jack Russel Terrier mix. Drake was suffering from dental disease and needed a cleaning before multiple teeth were pulled. He was adopted on September 27, 2016.

 
       
Fenway20160987H  

Originally found as a stray, Fenway, a one year old Boston Terrier, was brought to us suffering from severe Demodex and Conjuctivitis.  He has had to have skin scrapings, continued medicated baths, antibiotics, and follow up care. This adorable boy found his forever home on August 19, 2016.

 
       
Lilly20160861H  

This little one is 7 year old Lilly, a Yorkshire Terrier mix, who needed a bit of dental work.  She was able to get a good cleaning before she found her forever home on July 30, 2016.