SPCA Tampa Bay is always ready to help in times of crisis. On September 1, the shelter took in 19 cats and 4 dogs hours away from the east coast of Florida, hopefully carrying them out of harms way.
Many of the animals were scared to go outside, according to a report from WTSP. Their arrival at the Largo shelter can put staff at Nassau Humane Society and St. Johns County Government Connection at ease.
The animals should be ready for adoption later this week. SPCA staff will examine each cat and dog and give them the shots they need.
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They’re not the only organization helping pups and cats in need. The Humane Society of Tampa Bay has a major project planned for their new facility.
SPCA Tampa Bay posted the following on Facebook:
“We can’t say enough about our amazing and compassionate staff as they welcomed 40 animals so far to their new homes. The pets were scared and confused and the team worked long hours to get them settled and comfortable in their new community.”