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Finding foster homes for 572 orphaned kittens and cats during the height of kitten season helped to keep them out of shelters.
How this Shelter Helps Pets, People and the Community
- Provides complete veterinary services for dogs and cats, low-cost vaccines and free spaying and neutering
- Supports a pantry program to help feed animals for people in a temporary financial crisis
- Attracts pet lovers with name-your-own adoption fees and free adoptions
- Holds free weekly dog training courses
- Partners with local Animal Care & Control
- Advocates for animal welfare and education to further the bond between people and animals
By the Numbers
- Operating continuously since 1925
- Provides services to over 28,000 cats, dogs, puppies and kittens each year
- Performed over 4,000 TNVR (trap-neuter-vaccinate-return) surgeries in 2014 and more than 5,000 are anticipated in 2015
- Reunited 269 lost animals with their families
How $25,000 from HomeAgain Helps Would Aid this Shelter
The Grand Prize would aid Peggy Adams shelter in working toward its goal of preventing the euthanasia of adoptable animals in Palm Beach County by 2024. Efforts to support that goal include continuing the TNVR program; assisting low-income pet owners; keeping the pet food pantry well stocked; increasing community outreach and continuing to focus on keeping people and their pets together.
At Peggy Adams Animal Rescue, their goal is to have a no-kill community by the year 2024!