Fees waived for certain pets during “Purranormal Cativity” October 30 through November 1
Largo, Fla. (October 29, 2019) – SPCA Tampa Bay will waive adoption fees Wednesday, October 30 through Friday, November 1 for certain pets. During “Purranormal Cativity,” orange and black adult cats and all pocket pets can be adopted without a fee from SPCA Tampa Bay.
More than 120 cats and pocket pets (rabbits, birds and more) that are furry, bouncy, feathered or slithering are awaiting a loving home. Pocket pet companions come in all shapes and sizes and they are waiting to be adopted.
When: 1-7 p.m. on Wednesday, October 30 through Friday, November 1
Where: SPCA Tampa Bay, 9099 130th Avenue North, Largo, Florida 33773
How: View adoptable pets on SPCATampaBay.org or come to the shelter in Largo. Animals are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and potential adopters are encouraged to come early to the shelter. A cat carrier or housing that’s appropriate for travel is required for adoption.
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 more than 100 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 8,000 animals each year.
For more information on SPCA Tampa Bay’s Purranormal Cativity, and all of their adoptable pets, visit spcatampabay.org and click on adoptions, or call 727-586-3591.
About SPCA Tampa Bay
SPCA Tampa Bay transforms the lives of animals through passionate collaboration with its community. It is the only non-profit animal welfare agency that runs an open-admission animal shelter, pet training facility and public veterinary center in Pinellas County. It assists all animals in need, regardless of species or circumstance, at its 10-acre campus in Largo, and Animal Resource Center in Palm Harbor. It also operates a full-service veterinary hospital in St. Petersburg that is open to all pet owners and provides animals with a lifetime of high-quality care including dental and surgical procedures, diagnostic testing, annual exams, vaccines and spay/neuter. Founded in 1940, SPCA Tampa Bay has cared for millions of homeless, surrendered, and injured animals. For more information, visit spcatampabay.org.