Become a VIP Villager and member of our Monthly Pet Partner Program!
It takes a village to truly care for these animals.
When you sign up for monthly donations, you truly are a lifesaver. You are helping to ensure we have the resources to microchip, vaccinate, spay, and neuter homeless animals. You are also helping to provide food, shelter, and loving care to these deserving animals.
How It Works
Giving every month is the best way to make a lasting difference for the animals in our care and for the animals in our community. Your recurring gift will be conveniently and automatically deducted from the card of your choice each month. It will be used immediately for the animals in our care. You are able to cancel at any time.
How Your Monthly Donations Help Our Community’s Animals
On average, about one in every three pets will get lost at least once in their lifetime. Microchipping is one of the best ways to help your pet find its way home after becoming lost. A microchip is a way of giving your pet a voice. They can tell us who they are and who their family is.
Dogs and cats have very different digestive systems than humans. Their bodies are not designed to handle frequent changes to their diet. We want to provide the best experience for the animals in our care, therefore we make sure to feed them the same food. Your donation helps continue this.
We want the best for the animals in our shelter, which means keeping them up to date with their vaccinations. Vaccinations are very important for every animal. It helps prevent many illnesses they could be exposed to. They also help avoid costly treatments for diseases that could have all been prevented. Animals tend to pass diseases from one to another and some can even be passed from pet to person, vaccinations prevent this.
Spay & Neuter
It seems there are currently not enough homes for all of our homeless animals. Spaying or neutering your pet can help control the current pet homelessness crisis. There are medical and behavioral benefits to spaying and neutering your animals. Female pets who are spayed are less likely to get uterine infections and breast tumors. She also will not go into heat. Male pets who are neutered helps prevent testicular cancer and other prostate problems. He is less likely to stray from home looking for a mate and also may be better behaved.
Click here to learn more about our spay/neuter program sponsored by the city of Port St. Lucie.
To learn more about what we are able to do with your donations: CLICK HERE.
What Your Monthly Donation Includes:
- A special surprise gift from the Humane Society of St. Lucie County for signing up
- Subscription to our monthly digital newsletter
- First invitation status to all events hosted and benefitted by HSSLC
- Annual year-end tax letter verifying your generous and important contributions