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:
Biggy, the 4 year old cat, was brought to us with a preexisting leg injury. He was here at Suncoast Humane Society and unfortunately re-injured his leg as a free roaming cat in our cattery when he jumped down from the counter. X-rays were taken and it was determined that he needed a leg amputation. This was a costly procedure but it had to be done for Biggy's comfort and well-being. Biggy was still recovering when he was adopted to a loving family on March 10, 2018, who reports that he is adjusting to his new life very happily.
Clay, the 2 year old cat, was brought to us as a stray. Clay had dental disease and had to receive a tooth extraction, dental scaling & polish. Clay is a friendly cat who loves to snuggle. Clay was adopted on March 21, 2018.
Chance is an energetic 5 year old dog who tested heartworm positive when he came to us. He has since been treated here at Suncoast Humane Society and is still looking for his forever home.
Suki is an 8 year old Siamese cat with beautiful, big blue eyes. Unfortunately she suffered from a ruptured ear drum. She needed a costly lateral ear resection procedure done. Suki has recovered and was adopted on March 10, 2018.
When Cammy came to us, she had a mass on her stomach. It was decided that she would undergo x-rays, blood work and urinalysis. Cammy is a mellow cat and is still available for adoption at Suncoast Humane Society.