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Alright folks, this is it! The 20th Anniversary St. George Island Sizzler 5k and Fun Run is happening again - and 2017 will be our 20th and FINAL year! RAIN OR SHINE!
After 20 years of fun and runs in the sun to benefit the Franklin County Humane Society, the St. George Island Sizzler is retiring. So don't miss your final chance at this unique event!
Sponsored by the Tate's Hell Track Club, all proceeds benefit the Franklin County Humane Society. After the race, enjoy a Post Race Party with fresh seafood, beverages and live mu
Gypsy Rose
Gypsy Rose is a 6 month old Husky mix.  She  was owner surrendered when her owners had to move.  She came from a household with children and we're told she loves to play with kids and has never had an accident in the house.  Gypsy is a high energy pup and her adopter should be someone willing to give her the exercise she needs and teach the manners that all dogs should have.  
If you are interested in adopting this beautiful girl, call us at 850-670-8417. 
The Gift that Keeps on Giving
These 5 cuties are off-spring of one of the cats from the hoarding case in May. Mama is an orange tabby and it appears that she has given birth to 5 clones.  These kittens are 5 weeks old and are in the process of being weaned.
We continue to deal with the affects of the 57 cats from the hoarding case.  Not only do we have kittens from it but we are still battling ringworm and upper respiratory infection both of which were brought into the shelter by the hoarded cats.
Many of you were very generous with your donations to help with this case and we couldn't have saved them without it.  So we say THANK YOU for your love and support.
Some of you may remember Tate's story.  He was a dog that was trapped and brought to us in the condition you see above.  The people who reported seeing him live in Louisiana and were on their way back when they spotted him on 65.  They stopped but were unable to catch him.
We contacted animal control to set a trap and he was successfully captured. Many people wouldn't have moved forward with adopting a dog like this but his conditon  did not deter this couple at all.  After initial tests and treatments, they drove all the way back from Louisiana to get this poor, pitiful pooch.
We have received updates over the past 2 yrs but a couple weeks ago we had the pleasure of seeing Tate's miraculous recovery in person. We would never have recognized him.  The transformation was truly stunning.
We love updates on all our adoptees but it's really special when we see one that started out in the condition Tate did and then see him happy and healthy a couple years later. Thanks to all the adopters out there who look past the physical condition some of them are in and see the beautiful soul inside. 
Post Office Box 417 • Eastpoint, Florida 32328 • (850) 670-8417
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