My name is Inola and I’m a cute spunky little girl. I am a high energy dog so I will require a fenced in yard where I can play. I would love to have an active family that I can get all my energy out with. I do show signs of aggression towards other dogs, so a home where I can be the only pet would be great. If you think I can be the dog for you or your family, please call the shelter and set up a meet and greet with me. I would love to meet you.Our applications are online if you’d like to submit one for me.
Hi, my name is Lola and I’m a 6 year old beautiful female Pit Bull Terrier. I had a wonderful home, but was surrendered due to my family had to go into a nursing home. I’m very sweet, good on a leash and super affectionate. I would make a great addition to your family. If interested, please submit an application online and we’ll make an appointment for you to come meet me. Hope to see you soon.
2 year old male Hound Mix (male)- a Good Samaritan saw King running up and down
King’s Highway. The Good Samaritan took
the time and was eventually able to catch King and brought him to our
shelter. King was covered with scars
consistent of him being used as a bait dog and possibly chained up.
is a lover, super sweet and walks well on a leash. With everything he’s gone through he still
trust humans and desires their affection.
We would request King be the only pet. His eyes say he’s ready for a
home he deserves. If you’re interested
in adopting King, please submit your application online, and we’ll call you to
schedule an appointment to meet him.
My name is Eli. I’m approximately 3 years old and a Curr Mix (male). I was found out west of town (St. Lucie County). I need to gain a little weight, but I’m a picky eater and not big on treats. I’m very sweet and docile, and I walk calmly on a leash. I’ll need some “house breaking” training, but I’m sure I’ll be a fast learner. If you’re interested in adopting me, please submit an application online and the shelter will contact you to make an appointment to meet me. I’m looking forward to finding my forever home.
Dogs & Cats Forever Inc. strives to end animal abuse and neglect. Our shelter is not connected to any other animal society. It’s a non-profit, 501, tax exempt project and is totally dependent on donations and endowments. Within the last 3 months we have had young pregnant dogs dumped/abandoned at our shelter that had required emergency c-sections. We were able to save a couple of puppies, but others have died and caused uterus infections in some of the mama dogs. This is not to mention other dogs/cats that have been dropped off with severe skin infections and other medical issues. “Mercy” who just came in yesterday with a dead puppy sticking out of her, is just one example of what our shelter is doing. Due to COVID 19 and lack of donations we are struggling with excessive vet cost. Mercy’s vet bill alone will be between $1700-$2100 (receipt can be provided). We are committed to be a “NO-KILL” shelter and do our best in caring for all the animals in the shelter. Without your continued support our shelter may not be able to help these animals with these extreme medical cost.
If possible, we are accepting donations through our website using PayPal, or you can go to the shelter, located at 4600 Selvitz Road, Fort Pierce, Fl. 34981 and/or call 772-489-5844 to make a cash and/or credit donation. No amount is too small. Thank you in advance for any assistance you can provide.
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To purchase tickets or make a donation for this particular event please click the “Buy Now” button below which will take you directly to the Dogs and Cats Forever Paypal page.
Please ensure you include your full name, address and number of tickets purchased in the notes section. A Dogs and Cats member will mail your dinner tickets to you via this information. If you have any additional questions you may call 772-708-3764 at any time. Dinner tickets are $125 each. Hurry up tickets will sell out fast.
Endless Summer Vineyard and Winery is dedicating another Sunday event to support Dogs and Cats Forever, Inc.
SUNDAY WINE & SOUL WITH VINCE & GREGG
Start Date : 03/22/2015
VINCE LOVE and the SOUL CATS with SPECIAL GUEST MR. GREGG JACKSON will be back on the pavilion stage for another special Sunday Wine & Soul! Winery opens at noon. Music & Food begin at 1pm. RAIN OR SHINE. Sorry no off premise food or beverages allowed. Featured non-profit: Dogs & Cats Forever. A $2.00 donation appreciated. Handcrafed award winning Florida wines, wine slushees, select & micro beers & ciders, Disc golf, cornhole, giant chess, & more.
Looking for a new tattoo? Go check out Southern Samurai in Ft. Pierce and tell them you saw this add on Dogs and Cats Forever’s website. Southern Samurai will donate to Dogs and Cats Forever 20% of your service to the shelter for the care of the animals.
Southern Samurai is on Facebook and showcases more of their awesome work, so head over there and like and share the page. Get the word out and remember to tell them Dogs and Cats Forever sent you.
Keller Williams Realty, PGA Village, 9700 Reserve Blvd., Saint Lucie West, Port St. Lucie and Dogs & Cats Forever are teaming up for “Christmas in July” during July and August.
A donation drop-off center is in the lobby for Dogs & Cats Forever for monetary donations and supplies.
The shelter is looking for American-made dog and cat treats, cat litter, towels, and cleaning supplies — dish detergent and bleach.
Its that time again, Fathers Day. Need something to do that’s extra special and different for Dad? Bring him to Endless Summer Winery in Ft. Pierce this Sunday, June 15th from 12:00pm to 5:00pm.
Wine, BBQ, Car Show, Music, what more can you ask for? Endless Summer Winery will be supporting Dogs and Cats Forever as the featured charity that day and staff members and volunteers will be there with some special friends.
Click the Endless Summer Winery Banner below to take you to the web site for directions and information. Support a good cause, enjoy time with Dad, have a good time. We’ll see you there.
Sago Palms or King Sago Palms are very common around south Florida. You can find them planted in yards and in pots inside homes.
Did you know they are potentially deadly to your dogs? They sure are. In fact about 30% of dogs that ingest ANY part of the Sago Palm will die. Symptoms include vomiting and diarrhea. Dogs can develop liver issues in just hours including liver failure. Its also good to note that even if the dogs show no symptoms after eating any part of the Sago Palm the animal can still die.
If you have Sago Palms in or around your home and have dogs, beware! Its recommend to remove the palms or fence them off to keep animals away.