We’ve made some adjustments to our operations in order to best serve our community while also keeping animal care at the forefront of our day-to-day responsibilities. We are a small staff of five who need to prioritize the animals. Our office space is mainly that – an office space. Most of our animals are in foster homes and require some sort of arrangement to meet with potential adopters.
We have someone at the office Tuesday through Thursday from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. able to provide Pet Food Pantry support, Be The Solution spay and neuter vouchers, as well as general support. We cannot take in found pets; they must go to the Tallahassee Animal Service Center. We will be closed Monday and Friday to the public.
If you are looking to adopt, all adoptions will need to be scheduled. You must fill out an adoption application, and we ask that you give us a few days to review it. We want to send our animals to loving homes, but reviewing apps can be a process, especially when one animal receives several inquiries. We work quickly and do the best we can, but we ask for your patience. Same day adoptions are not feasible.
If you are looking to surrender an animal, we ask that you first make sure that it is a last resort, and that it MUST happen now. If it can wait, wonderful, if not, for dogs please EMAIL a photo, medical information, and additional info to Amy at firstname.lastname@example.org. For cats, please email a photo, medical information, and additional info to Deidre at email@example.com
If you have found a kitten, call our office. If it is outside our hours you can email Deidre at the above email.
If you are in need of our Pet Food Pantry, please call the office or email Lisa at firstname.lastname@example.org. If we are unable to assist you during our office availability, we will make arrangements.
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