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SPCA Tampa Bay News

SPCA Tampa Bay

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SPCA Tampa Bay

Back to Business

We continue to review our response to the pandemic based on a variety of factors including CDC guidelines, local and state orders, local positivity rates and surrounding business practices. On June 15, we updated our protocols on the Largo campus. Staff, volunteers and customers are no longer required to wear masks when inside buildings unless they are working in close proximity to one or more people for more than 10 minutes. All other protocols remain in like social distancing, having masks available and keeping our facility clean.

On the St Pete Veterinary Center campus, the team continue its gradual shift back to having customers in the building. Curbside service will be available to those customers who request it, and the campus opened to the public on Monday, June 21. Masks are required for staff, volunteers and customers when inside the building.

Pick up a Pocket Pet

SPCA Tampa Bay had an unusual spike in little critters last June. From June 23-30 we offered pockets pets with no adoption fee. Congratulations to the 83 pets that found a new home. (47 of them were part of our adoption event!) Adopted pets as of June 27 included 20 cats, two chickens, nine dogs, 15 rabbits, four ducks, one ferret, 14 guinea pigs, one parakeet, 16 rats and one tortoise!

Eric Keaton
Chief Marketing Officer
SPCA Tampa Bay