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2226 Portofino Ave.
Homestead, FL 33033
Pets at Our Rescue Group:
Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve:I serve South Miami, Homestead and the upper Keys
About Our Rescue Group:Lisa Ann Pindara
I run an animal rescue by myself known as 'Furry Hearts" where I have saved many animals. I am also a foster parent for other animal rescue organizations (D.A.R.E.) and I have even been give the title “Hospice Mom” for taking animals in during their last days (Rusty & Andreas), also taking animals at their sickest state and with love and care nursing them back to health. When I got Toby he came in a wheelchair and when he got adapted he was running and chasing the other dogs, and Nina came with a bad skin problem where she required sulfur baths, that made her skin blister and bleed, but when she was adapted her coat was beautiful and shiny. I have has volunteered at the Human Society taking care of animals there, as well. I have two blind dogs, Molly and Ray Charles that would not be here if I did not rescue them. I have had many articles written in the Miami Harold newspaper, and in Mississippi, about what I do to help animals in need and help other non-for-profit organizations. The articles were all about, "Help Those That Cannot Help Themselves" which is Furry Hearts motto. I am an "Actress" where I have performed for a Homestead Main Street, at a “Tea Party” and City Church performing in “Who Killed the Roving Romeo of the Red Feather Investment Ladies”, this helped raise money for those organizations . I am also a "Pastry Chef”, I bake lavish 8" high cakes, pastries and makes delicious truffles, to make the money to help one animal at a time. I have baked cakes and made truffles for benefits such as, “Children with Disabilities”, Good Hope Equestrian Training Center, “Run for the Roses” and for “Patches” fundraising events here in Homestead. I have most recently raised money so that a Homestead K-9 police dog (Boomer) could receive a K-9 bullet proof vest. I have volunteered at the Homestead VFW Post and many hours at local retirement communities. I did appear for two years on CBS news in Columbus Mississippi for "Pets Without Partners" trying to get animals adapted. If you would need any further information, please contact me, at anytime.
Lisa Ann Pindara