SPCA of Brevard Assist Animals In Rescue and Placement From Hurricane Florence
By Space Coast Daily // September 14, 2018
SPCA of Brevard Adoption center located at 6035 Sisson Road in Titusville
BREVARD CUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – As Hurricane Florence makes landfall in the Carolinas, the SPCA of Brevard is making preparations to assist in the rescue and placement of animals affected by this catastrophe.
The SPCA has already preemptively pulled 11 dogs and several cats from shelters in South Carolina, but we need to do more.
In order to make that happen, the shelter needs to move some of the animals here the adoption center out into loving, adoptive homes.
For the next few days, adopt ANY animal (excluding puppies under four months old) for just $20. The goal is to get at least 12 large dogs adopted to make kennel space for those that will need it early next week.
“Visit the SPCA today until 5pm, tomorrow from 10a-3p or Sunday from 12p-3p and find a new family member! Not only will you be giving them an amazing new life, you’ll be saving the life of a hurricane victim by emptying a kennel,” said Angie Frier, executive director.
The SPCA of Brevard Adoption center is located at 6035 Sisson Road in Titusville and phone number is 321-567-3615. All available animals can be found online at www.spcabrevard.com
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