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SPCA Tampa Bay News

SPCA Tampa Bay

Posted in Latest Pinellas County Veterinary News, SPCA Tampa Bay News

SPCA Tampa Bay

Since Friday of last week, we’ve all watched this storm change its mind over and again.  Pinellas County seems to be ducking from the worst of it, but our colleagues across the state aren’t yet out of harm’s way.  Over the last days of August, St. Petersburg Veterinary Clinic was offering $10 microchipping to our community to remind citizens of the importance of having out pets identified, in times of trouble or otherwise.

Simultaneously, the shelter in Largo has opened its doors to over 45 animals from three shelters who are evacuating due to storm concerns, water outage or flooding worries.  These animals will hit the adoption floor over the next week and we encourage people to visit us Wednesday and beyond. 

Regardless of whether Dorian turns his eye elsewhere, it’s still the heart of hurricane season and we encourage everyone to keep their pets in mind when planning for disasters – no matter what the look like.  Visit our website at spcatampabay.org to get tips on building your plans. 

Stay safe everyone!

Vacant positions are still the same.  Thank you!

 

Tara Yurkshat, COO
SPCA Tampa Bay