Miami-Dade County Animal Services is looking for animal lovers who can volunteer their time or foster very young kittens which have been abandoned at the shelter.
We’ve all heard of firefighters saving kittens stuck in trees, but how about kittens stuck in airports?
If you looking to expand your family by adopting a cute kitty or playful puppy, head on over to Tropical Park in Miami where the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is holding a marathon pet adoption event.
A record number of dogs and cats found their “fur”-ever home during a weekend adoption extravaganza at Miami-Dade Animal Services.
Everyone falls victim to puppy love and kitty cuteness from time to time, but only on rare occasions do potential pet owners succumb and commit to a furry forever family. When it’s time to do it, to find your family’s next fur baby, it’s time to adopt. Finding the right agency doesn’t have to be a hard-fought search; these are Miami’s best pet adoption options, full of furry fellas ripe for the pickin’.
A special event is enabling families to bring home a loyal companion not just for the New Year, but for life.
Are you a night owl in need of a four legged friend to keep you company? There’s a perfect event for you this weekend, Miami’s midnight to midnight Mega Pet Adoption Event, a time when you can find the perfect dog or cat companion and give him or her a needed forever home.
A highly contagious illness at Miami-Dade County Animal Services has claimed the lives of 72 kittens that had to be euthanized since the outbreak was first reported on Friday
Inspectors offered a warning Thursday to everyone who’s considering buying a pet such as a puppy this Christmas holiday season: make sure you check out the paperwork and the store where you are doing business.