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The Helping Homeless Families program started


this year on May 8. The SPCA Suncoast performed spay/neuter surgeries and administered rabies vacci- nation to five animals from a local homeless camp. While it may not sound like much, it is a hopeful beginning for these people and their pets.


Pest & Termite Control and Lawn Spraying


79 Buddy, the camp mascot. As a 501(c)3 non-profit, the shelter does not


receive government funding. To continue offering these services, the SPCA Suncoast is reaching out to the community for help. If you, your group or busi- ness would like to help sponsor a pet, here are the sponsorship levels of the Helping Homeless Families Sponsor A Pet Program: Male Dog: Up to 50 pounds - $60 (includes rabies) Male Dog: Up to 100 pounds - $80 (includes rabies) Female Dog: Up to 50 pounds - $70 (includes rabies) Female Dog: Up to 100 pounds - $90 (includes rabies). SPCASuncoast.org. 727.645.7895.


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Do you know someone who is having trouble afford- ing their pet - from healthcare to food? Check with your local SPCA and Humane Society shelters. Many offer outreach programs that include low cost health- care to free pet food. The following is a short list: Duval County: First Coast No More Homeless Pets 904.425.0005 Hillsborough County: Animal Based Charities - 813.380.5674 Animal Coalition of Tampa - 813.250.3900 Sarasota/Manatee Counties: Fairy Tail Endings, Inc. - 941.487.8720 Pinellas County: Pet Pal Animal Clinic - 727.328.7729 SPOT Clinic - 727.329.8657


www.TheNewBarker.com


Free Flea Prevention Dusting Free Perimeter Ant Control ($125 value)


or


727.322.3202


www.PestControlNaturally.com


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