Hardy, a dog available for adoption in Port St. Lucie

December 2023 Dog of the Month

December 2023 Dog of the Month Hi, I’m Hardy! I love taking baths! Meet Hardy Hi, I’m Hardy and I’m just 2 years old. I’ve been at the Humane Society of St. Lucie County for over four months. I hope my loving and eager nature will help me find my fur-ever family soon! Fun Facts…

Luna, cat available for adoption in Port St. Lucie

November 2023 Cat of the Month

November 2023 Cat of the Month Hi, I’m Luna! I love sitting on laps! Meet Luna Hi, I’m Luna and I’m just 7 years young. I’ve been at the Humane Society of St. Lucie County for over two months. I hope my cuddly, loving nature helps me find my fur-ever family soon! Fun Facts About…

Goosey, cat available for adoption in Port St. Lucie

November 2023 Cat of the Month

November 2023 Cat of the Month Hi, I’m Goosey! I love sitting way up on stools! Meet Goosey Hi, I’m Goosey and I first came to the Humane Society of St. Lucie County with my two sons, Colby and Cheddar. Now that they’ve flown the coop, I know my fur-ever family will find me soon!…

Adopt a Dog in Port St. Lucie

October 2023 Dog of the Month

So Mischief is a special boy. Not many people ask to meet him because he barks when you walk by his kennel. However, outside of his kennel he is completely different. He would sit in your lap if he could. Mischief absolutely LOVES water. The hose, the pool, a bowl, anything with water he is obsessed with. He would prefer to be your one and only. He knows his basic commands as well.

Booboo, cat available for adoption in Port St. Lucie

September 2023 Cat of the Month

September 2023 Cat of the Month Hi, I’m Booboo Sr.! I love taking naps! Meet Booboo Sr. Hi, I’m Booboo and I’m ready to retire in style. I’ve been at the Humane Society of St. Lucie County for over 90 days. Fun Facts About Me: I’m 14 years old Naps are my favorite way to…

Community Cats in Port St. Lucie

Understanding Community Cats and the Power of TNVR

These outdoor feline residents, known as “community cats,” play a distinct role in our communities and require a different approach than traditional owned cats. In this blog, we delve into what defines a community cat, the benefits of TNVR (Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return), and why TNVR is a preferable solution compared to local overcrowded shelters.