LARGO, Fla. – SPCA Tampa Bay will waive adoption fees during its LIVESTOCK – Pocket Pet Palooza event from Friday, July 8 through Sunday, July 17.
Farm animals and the majority of pocket pets like small birds, rabbits, guinea pigs, and even reptiles can be adopted without a fee from SPCA Tampa Bay.
More than 50 pocket pets that are furry, fluffy or bouncy are awaiting a loving home. These animal companions come in all shapes and sizes and they’re waiting to be adopted.
Visit the For-All shelter in Largo and meet three little pigs named Henry, Frank and Spaz. Plus, SPCA Tampa Bay has two young peacocks and two ducks for adoption named Aflac and Alpha.
When: Check spcatampabay.org/locations for hours, July 8-17. The adoption office is closed on Monday, July 11, and Tuesday, July 12.
Where: SPCA Tampa Bay, 9099 130th Avenue North, Largo, Florida 33773
How: View adoptable livestock, critters and pocket pets at spcatampabay.org/pocket-pets or visit the shelter in Largo. Potential adopters are encouraged to come early to the shelter and bring a carrier or housing that’s appropriate for your new pet.
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Pets can bring love to a family that lasts a lifetime. SPCA Tampa Bay’s staff and volunteers can assist families in finding a pet that’s right for their family’s lifestyle. The adoption team focuses on matching families and pets for long-term success.
Past fee-waived adoption events have helped animals find new loving homes in only a few days, which frees resources for SPCA Tampa Bay to provide care and shelter for animals in our community. SPCA Tampa Bay cares for more than 7,000 animals each year including wildlife.