Address: 10060 Mallory E Pkwy Unit D St. James City, FL 33956
About Our Shelter...
Adopting the unadoptable. Providing abandoned and unwanted pets a second chance.
Helping Paws Animal Sanctuary is a 501(c)3 non-profit, no kill shelter, housing almost 200 healthy cats and kittens, as well as special needs, FIV and FELV cats. They are housed in rooms not cages; waited on by loving volunteers, have toys, TV’s with cat videos and water fountains.
The goal of the shelter is to not only find them homes, but to provide a wonderful home for the cats while they are in our care.
We hope to someday provide an equally loving environment for dogs and other animals when we have a larger facility.
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Come Meet Our Pets...
Visiting/adoption hours are from 5:00pm-7:00pm daily, however we are closed on Mondays and Wednesdays. You can reach us at (239) 283-9100, visit us at www.helpingpawsanimalsanctuary.com or stop by at 10060 Mallory E Pkwy. Unit D, St. James City, FL, 33956.
Our Adoption Process...
Potential adopters will be given an application to fill out. An interview and/or home inspection is a possibility.
A fee will be charged at the time the agreement is signed. It covers the cost of :
Feline Leukemia/FIV Test Fecal Shots appropriate to age Rabies Vaccination Spay/Neutering Flea protection *** We also offer FREE nail trims and boarding for all of our adopted kitties!!! ***
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