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:
Sweet 8 year old, Poodle mix, Benny, was found when he wandered into a kind person's yard. After being unable to locate an owner, Benny was brought here. He has mature cataracts in both eyes. Benny will see a specialist at Animal Eye Care where they will be able to do further diagnostics to determine a course of action. Benny was adopted on 8/23/17.
Terrier mix, Felix, is estimated to be two years old. He was found wandering and in rough shape. After a good bath, haircut and some love it was also discovered that he has mature cataracts in one eye. Felix has an upcoming appointment Animal Eye Care for further diagnostics. There it will be determined if he is a candidate for surgery. Felix was adopted on 9/29/17.
Daisy was thought to have bladder problems so she recieved a diagnostic X-ray and urinalysis. The two year old Lab/Pit mix is spunky, energetic and sweet! We was adopted on 10/7/17.
Three year old Sydney, a Border Collie mix, transferred to Suncoast Humane Society from another shelter. Before she could be put up for adoption, Sydney had to be treated for Kennel Cough with antibiotics. She was adopted on July 13, 2017.
Siberian Husky/Lab mix, Dakota is a pretty 4 year old girl who was suffering from Kennel Cough and needed to be treated before she could be offered up for adoption. Antibiotics, rest, and love led to a quick recovery. Dakota was adopted on July 29, 2017.
Miley, an Old English Bulldogge, was surrendered to the Suncoast Humane Society. This 5 year old, beautiful girl was suffering from kennel cough and needed to be treated before she could be offered up for adoption. Antibiotics, rest, and love led to a quick recovery. Miley was quickly adopted on July 15, 2017.
Eight year old Poppy was surrendered to Suncoast Humane Society when his owner could no longer afford to care for him. Poppy suffered from dental disease so he needed treatment. After a dental scaling and extraction under anesthesia, Poppy was able to be adopted out and found a home on July 13, 2017.