In honor of Memorial Day, the Humane Society of St. Lucie County is offering adoptable pets to the community for 50 percent off the normal adoption fee, beginning Saturday, May 11, through close of business on Friday, May 31.
The house was packed with rootin’, tootin’ fun and friends as the community came out in full-force, packing Miss Kitty’s Silver Spur Saloon for the 9th Annual Fur Ball & Catsino Night on March 9 at the Pelican Yacht Club.
Work got you down? Co-workers getting on your nerves? Why not approach your boss with a novel idea for reducing workforce stressors and making your office a happier place by becoming a “foster office” for unweaned kittens, a commitment that will last less than a month?
The volunteer opportunities are plentiful. You can make your own hours and even choose your location. The HSSLC’s cats and dogs awaiting adoption can be found in Petco of St. Lucie West seven days a week and at PetSmart in Tradition on weekends, and volunteers are needed to transport the animals from our Fort Pierce shelter to those locations, and to stay with the animals while the public considers them for adoption.
The Humane Society of St. Lucie County’s “Kindness Center” is now under construction on Glades Cut-Off Road in Port St. Lucie, and is expected to open its doors to the public in September 2013.