Franklin County Humane Society
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The Franklin County Humane Society is waiving our adoption fee for cats and kittens for the victims of the Eastpoint fire. We understand that although many who have suffered have moved into new dwellings, a house isn’t a home until there is a furbaby or two. It is our hope that the kitties will bring joy, happiness and a sense of normalcy after such a tremendous loss. 
In addition, the Humane Society would like to offer everyone in the county an opportunity to adopt a cat or kitten for only $25.00 to acknowledge and thank the many people who stepped up and gave generously of their time and resources.
All are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, dewormed, deflead and feline leukemia and FIV negative.
Boss is a white Boxer and is a calm and gentle, somewhat older gentleman.  He came to us with no socialization, just someone's backyard dog.  During the months we've had him, he has come a long way  earning top ranking amoungst our volunteers.
Boss is in our Senior for Senior program.  He will make an ideal pet for someone looking to adopt a very chill companion.  Boss enjoys his walks, a nice pat on the back and the occassional snack, other than that, he is happy to chillax.
If you are 60 yrs of age or older, looking for a gentle and calm companion and would like to adopt Boss, fee free, please call 850-670-8417.
Although Spring has long gone, the puppies are still arriving.  We have a litter of 9 Lab mix puppies that are available for adoption.  There are 5 females and 4 males.  They are roly-poly, social and happy pups who will make wonderful pets for anyone looking for a large dog to love.
We also have a couple of smaller breed pups available.  They are only 2-3 lbs at 7 weeks old so although we don't know exactly their breed, we don't expect them to get very big.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank one of our transfer partners who we have worked closely with for years  and without whose help we would not be able to do the job we do.  SPCA Tampa Bay.
The Franklin County Humane Society is the only rescue/shelter in the county and we are the only ticket out for the many hundreds of dogs and cats that come through our door each year.  There is no way this community can absorb all of them via adoption and that's where transfer comes in.
SPCA Tampa Bay opened their doors to us years ago and has assisted us with moving hundreds of our dogs and cats to their facility where they are able to successfully adopt them in a much shorter period of time than we could have.  When animals are moved to a populated area with more potential adopters, they are much more likely to be adopted.  Change the audience, change the outcome.
Next time you wonder whatever happened to one of the pets you have seen either here at the shelter, website or facebook, there's a good chance it is living the good life in the Tampa Bay area.
Post Office Box 417 • Eastpoint, Florida 32328 • (850) 670-8417
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