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Featured Animal Shelter:

Tri County Humane Society

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The Tri County Humane Society is a no-kill organization. Once an animal is rescued by Tri County, it is saved for life. We will not release an animal to another organization that has a policy of euthanasia. In addition, we will only place animals with qualified prospective owners.

Tri County Humane Society

What We Do
The Tri County Humane Society aims to try and stop the killing of over 45,000 unwanted pets in Broward County, 65,000 in Miami-Dade County, and 60,000 in Palm Beach County each year. We hope to place as many as possible homeless pets in our no-kill shelter and find them wonderful loving homes. No animal will be killed while in our care. Tri County rescues thousands of pups, cats, dogs and kittens each year that were on death row ready to be euthanized. That is why our no-kill shelter is vital to thousands of animals that depend on us for their lives.

“Our partnership with PetMeds has been wonderful for our shelter! We love getting a percentage back when our supporters shop at 1800petmeds.com through our website. PetMeds always goes above and beyond the call of duty, donating medication and other supplies all year round. Their support helps us to continue the life-saving work that we do every day at Tri County. We hope to have a relationship with 1800PetMeds for years to come!”

Sasha Muzzarelli
Activities/Development Director

  

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4 Responses to “Featured Animal Shelter”

  1. Cathy on 28 May 2012 at 8:21 am #

    Hi, I live in Westland, Michigan and am looking for shelters in my area that are no-kill shelters. How do I find them? It seems that if I do find a shelter, when I take a stray there, they don’t want to take the animal. I currently have one stray of 14 years now and three 3 year olds that were rescued from a shelter. I shy away from trying to help strays now because in the past, no one would take them and I can’t have any more.

  2. Rhonda Jolley on 04 Feb 2013 at 4:11 am #

    Help needed desperately. I live in Winston-Salem, NC (Davidson County). My precious full bred pittbull, Beauty, is 11- 12 months old. She got pregnant during her first heat. She’s very close to delivering now. I’ve been seeking some type of placement for her due to the fact that she does not get along with our other dog, Tela, a lab-shepherd mix. She has injured her a few times now and we have to physically keep them apart which is extremely hard. Beauty gets along with all humans and,as far as we can tell, other dogs as well but she does not like Tela at all. This is breaking my heart and I cannot bring myself to take her to the shelter. Many people and all my family comments on her wonderful, laid-back, loving demeanor. I know that she will make someone a good pet but we cannot keep her. Tela is approximately the same age as Beauty and they have grown up together but sometime around 10 months old Beauty just turned on her. This is my daughter’s dog and she moved out of the house before Christmas. She is unable to take Beauty with her. I am a nurse and I work 2 jobs with long hours. The stress from this situation is tearing me apart. I hope that someone, somewhere can help us in our efforts to find Beauty a good home. I am a single mother of two with very limited resources. Please, please help us if you know of anywhere at all that will treat our baby with love and respect.

  3. Connie Carnahan on 10 Nov 2013 at 7:38 am #

    I was shocked at the numbers of dogs and cats that are euthanized in the Tri County area each year. It seems to me that the spay and neuter program message has to get “out there.” Some shelters go to schools and educate the students. They speak about the number of dogs and cats that are euthanized each year because the owners for whatever reason just drop them off “somewhere” believing in their stupid mind that some animal lover will rescue and or keep the animal. These people don’t care one bit about their dog or cat having a heart and personality and blood running through their veins. They don’t consider the danger ahead. Getting run over by a car. Or someone with a twisted mind picks up the animal and takes it home, and if the animal chews on something or is not house broken, some will kick and strike the animal. Then they drop the animal off on a street, and I have seen these abandoned dogs and cats in the worst condition. Blind, and broken limbs, or serious lacerations – deep bite marks, and very underfed.

    Here in Panama City we have a lot of retirees and a lot of Military. My new neighbor has been in the Navy for 18 years and has served our Country in combat. He knows he will be re-assigned in 4 years. The family has 2 of the cutest puppies and when I made conversation with the wife, she’s already concerned when her husband gets “New Orders” and they move – they may have a problem keeping the dogs. Our shelter is a “no kill shelter” thank God. What the wife doesn’t know is, there is a waiting list for people wanting to dump their pets.

    Rhonda, I feel your pain. You’re in a tight spot. It’s a shame Beauty is aggressive towards Tela. The fighting and injuries to Tela would give me “pause.” You having to get in the middle to keep them apart is dangerous too. I can’t help you with a new home for Beauty, I sure wish I could. On this web site you can get the information you need for the “Process of Interviewing” interested parties. Working 2 jobs is difficult, and you are a wreck. But somehow you’ve got to squeeze in some time to find a new home for Beauty and make sure she goes to a nice home that is “animal friendly” and that the property is secure. I hope by now you’ve placed Beauty. Good Luck Rhonda

  4. Jeff on 19 Feb 2014 at 1:54 pm #

    Hello, do you only have information for Florida?

    We’re in California (Sacramento County) and really need help with several fixed feral cats.

    I’ve been evicted and cannot take these cats with me to the apartment that I most likely will be moving into.

    I had these cats fixed when they were kittens and they have gotten somewhat domesticated towards me, but not to others. They hang around me because I feed them. I would rather not have to put them down, besides not having the funds I’m hoping there is a place where I can take these cats so that they can live and not starve to death when I have to leave.

    Can you please advise me on any options? I’m seeking help at the local SPCA, but so far, I’ve not been provided any help or advise.
    Further, they put strays down.

    Mercy please. Thank you, Jeff.

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