Help End Pet Overpopulation Problem At Humane Society Of Greater Miami

MIAMI (CBSMiami) — The Humane Society of Greater Miami has found homes for over 3,200 animals in 2013. Their goal is to end our community’s pet overpopulation problem and to keep owned pets as healthy as possible. To meet these challenges, they performed over 10,000  spay/neuter surgeries and provided affordable vaccines to over 50,000 pets, last year alone.  Despite their many accomplishments, there are countless orphaned animals waiting for someone to provide a warm bed, a full bowl and oftentimes, lifesaving medical care.

At the Humane Society of Greater Miami, they guarantee that adoptable animals are never euthanized for time, space, or treatable medical issues. This commitment to the community and the animals is possible because of support from generous people in the community.

If you’d like to make a donation to help the Humane Society of Miami-Dade to continue to save the lives of abandoned and homeless animals, go to humanesocietymiami.org or call 305-749-1816.

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