Important: Not all pets featured on this page are available for adoption!
These are feel-good features, happy adoptions, foster success stories, and examples of cats and dogs helped by SPCA Florida.
Sadie is a terrier-mix who came to SPCA Florida late February as an owner surrender. Being at SPCA Florida isn’t the worst thing in the world, but see the face of contentment from relaxing in a foster home!
This is Sadie with her foster mom, Nancy Duncan.
April 20, 2020
Terra is a driven pup who loves attention and exploring. She doesn’t mind other dogs – especially not if they’re boys – but needs to meet them before going home. Terra has a lot of energy and needs to find a family able to keep up.
March 1, 2020
Pua is a 4-year-old beauty who misses half of her left back leg, but still runs and plays with heart and soul. Super sweet, playful, curious, and outgoing, she’s a perfect dog who will make someone very happy.
February 28, 2020
Oh hi there! How are you?
Me, I’ve been better and I’ve been worse, so I guess it’s a good day. I came to SPCA Florida with a broken jaw. That would be tough for anyone, and at my age – I’m 12 – I thought I’d be spending my days on a soft couch, not being a stray with a hurting mouth.
On the bright side, people seem to think my lisp is cool and I’m doing perfect now when I’ve been pampered and cared for. I didn’t even need surgery to correct it, just some TLC.
And you know what the best part is? I’ve been ‘dopted, so I’m scampering off to my new home. But, I wanted to take the opportunity to go online anyway and tell everyone that there are many dogs just like me, hoping to find love. And cats. They’re okay too.
Wags from Toothless
February 13, 2020
Hi, I’m Lois.
I came to SPCA Florida from Animal Control in December. I was terrified – and about to be a mom. Luckily, my foster mom spotted me and said I could come home with her, and I had my puppies on Christmas Eve!
I can be a little shy with strangers, but once I get to know you, all I want in the world is you.
I adore cats and love to cuddle, play, and sleep with them. They can even lie on my back and take a nap, I don’t mind. I get along with other dogs, but I can be a little shy at first, until I’m sure they will be nice to me.
Happy wags from Lois
February 13, 2020