ONE YEAR WITH NO INTEREST, WILL ANYONE EVER COME FOR ME? My name is Leah. I’m starting to think that nobody will give me a chance. I would make an excellent companion for an active adult family and I like other dogs. I’m a girl who loves to have fun, go swimming and would enjoy having a fenced-in yard to run and play in with my people! When I see someone that I don’t know, I bark. Trust me, I’m all talk – I have to alert my people when a stranger is near! But, just ignore me for a minute, and I will soon become your new best friend. Unfortunately, most would just dismiss a dog like me and walk on by, and that’s why I’ve been here for over a year. I’m a real sweet heart once I know you, and it doesn’t take much time or effort. I might put up a front but I’ll melt in your hands like putty shortly after. Loads of love and licks are in the future of my adopter.
Beautiful Bella is looking for a foster or better yet a forever home! Bella has been a student in the Pawsitive Direction Program – LARC 501c3 in Loxahatchee to work on training for the past few months. She will graduate soon fully obedience trained, AKC Canine Good Citizen (CGC) ready, and/or Bachelor’s/Master’s/PhD in Canine Life and Social Skills (CLASS) ready.
Bella is a 5 year old pit bull mix, with a beautiful tri-color coat and expressive eyes. Her new family should be ready for a house/kennel trained, wiggly medium-energy pup who promises endless love and devotion to her people. Since she does have a prey drive, she needs a home as the only pup with no small furry or feathered animals. She’s smart, focused and would be excellent at a sport or spending time on a lure course. Bella would do well with kids; she lived with a special needs little boy at one point and did amazing!
To fill out a foster or adoption application, contact Nicole (561) 723-8197 or send a message to one of the following facebook pages: Loxahatchee Animal Rescue Community, Inc. or Pawsitive Direction Program – LARC 501c3.
I’m Sadie, let’s get to know each other. I’m an absolute doll once you get to know me. I love walks! I’m not only beautiful, I’m smart too. I know my basic commands and will gladly give you my paw. I would do best in an adult only home with no pets, since I feel the need to be protective of the person I love. I promise to make up for it with endless love, loyalty and lots of kisses.
Dre could be your newest family member. This beautiful boy knows his basic commands and loves to play fetch! Dre dreams of having a fenced-in yard some day. He’s got a lot of pep in his step for an older guy. Dre’s ideal home would be one where he can be with adults or older kids. Dre is good with cats and can be dog selective. Stop by the shelter to meet this sweet boy. He would love to find his forever home!
My name is Jeffrey. I came to the shelter as a stray. I get very nervous around people. I need a quiet adult only home, with someone who would be patient with me. I would like to have a fenced-in yard, along with being the only pet. I’m looking forward to finding my forever home!
My name is Browny. I’m a 6 year old hound mix. I can be a little shy at first. I’m very handsome, and I love to carry my toys around with me. I need an adult only home with no other pets; I want you all to myself! I would like to have a fenced-in yard to run and play ball. Please come in to meet me, I’ll sit and greet you with my paw. Looking forward to finding my forever home!
5 year old – Labrador Retriever/Australian Cattle Dog & Blue Heeler -Male
My name is Luke. I’m a sweet guy looking for my forever home. I can be dog selective, and I need an adult only home. I like to jump high and run. I would require a high fenced-in yard to release my energy. I love going in the pool and chasing balls. I could use some training, but I promise I would be your best friend. Please just give me a chance… Looking forward to meeting my new family!
Yin, has called the shelter her home for many years, but she is hopeful that someday her special person will find her. Yin is very playful and desires a fenced-in yard. She prefers men over women, and would do best in an adult only home with no pets. This beautiful girl is looking for her forever home!
Furball is a three year old tabby boy who came to the shelter after his owner passed away. He was originally owned by a man and he loves men. Furball needs a quiet adult home with lots of TLC. He does require special food which the shelter would be able to provide.
GREAT NEWS!! FURBALL’S ADOPTION FEE HAS BEEN PAID BY A GUARDIAN ANGEL!
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.
Update: Tickets are now on sale at our thrift store located at 1762 SW Bayshore Blvd. PSL. Fl. Tuesday to Saturday 10am to 4pm.
You can also purchase tickets at the following link: Tickets
Chef Jacques Schlock le Bloch, France’s leading wine connoisseur, is touting his own varietals as well as the opening his new St. Lucie restaurant, Escargot Mais Oui! Eatery. But, does his sommelier, Candy Coq Au Vin, have something to hide, or is she just there to pop his cork? Petula Pignoli, famous Italian songstress, is also present…but what exactly are she and local party planner, Tiffany Tira-Misu, cooking up? There are shenanigans galore, and it’s up to the summoned detective and the guests to figure out who wants to stomp out the competition…permanently!
The famous and widely anticipated Dogs and Cats Forever 2014 Calendars are finally available. You can purchase a calendar at both the shelter as well as the thrift store. The calendars are $10.00 each which goes directly to help dogs and cats at the shelter.
Dogs and Cats Forever thanks all the sponsers and communities support of the premiere No-Kill Animal Shelter of the Treasure Coast.
The 2014 Enjoyment books are finally here. For as little as $35 you will receive a coupon book for fine dining, fast food, recreation, golf, auto service, dry cleaning and more. All coupons are either 2 for 1 or 50% off. Each book sold brings in $10 for Dogs and Cats Forever, Inc. You can eat out three times and the book pays for itself. Get them while they last and take advantage of some great savings at your favorite restaurants and stores around the area. When you win, the dogs and cats at the shelter win. We are selling the books at the shelter and the thrift store. Don’t wait. These go fast!
Shelter Address: Dogs and Cats Forever, Inc.
4600 Selvitz Road
Fort Pierce, Florida, 34981
Thrift Store Address: 1762 SW Bayshore Blvd.
Port St. Lucie, FL. 34984
Phone number: (772)879-6002