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Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Black (All)
Age
Adult
Sex
Female
Pet ID
CHUA-A-34785
Hair Length
Shelter

Humane Society of North Central Florida - North Campus (formerly Alachua County Humane Society)

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Ready to Adopt? Visit us! We request that everyone in the family come and meet the pet they are interested in and fill out an application at our facility, or on our website. Adoptable Animals Have Received: Veterinary exam Spay/Neuter Age appropriate vaccines Occult heartworm test (dogs) Heartworm preventative (dogs) Feline leukemia/AIDS test (all cats & kittens) Deworming for intestinal parasites Monthly flea control Voucher for free visit to a local veterinarian Microchipping Free bag of Science Diet pet food And all other healthcare needed while the pet is in the care of Humane Society of North Central Florida
Ready to Adopt? Visit us! We request that everyone in the family come and meet the pet they are interested in and fill out an application at our facility, or on our website. Adoptable Animals Have Received: Veterinary exam Spay/Neuter Age appropriate vaccines Occult heartworm test (dogs) Heartworm preventative (dogs) Feline leukemia/AIDS test (all cats & kittens) Deworming for intestinal parasites Monthly flea control Voucher for free visit to a local veterinarian Microchipping Free bag of Science Diet pet food And all other healthcare needed while the pet is in the care of Humane Society of North Central Florida

Go meet their pets

North Campus Adoption Hours: Thursday through Sunday 12pm to 6pm From 13th Street and University go North on 13th Street until NW 39th Ave. Turn right (East) on NW 39th Ave and go straight until 6th Street. Turn left (North) on 6th Street and we are about 1/8 of a mile on the right.
North Campus Adoption Hours: Thursday through Sunday 12pm to 6pm From 13th Street and University go North on 13th Street until NW 39th Ave. Turn right (East) on NW 39th Ave and go straight until 6th Street. Turn left (North) on 6th Street and we are about 1/8 of a mile on the right.

More about this shelter

The Humane Society of North Central Florida was created in 2018 when the leadership of the Alachua County Humane Society, Gainesville Pet Rescue, and Helping Hands Pet Rescue decided to permanently join forces. By becoming the Humane Society of North Central Florida, our organizations were able to effectively streamline services for pets and pet owners, eliminate any duplication of services, maximize our community’s resources, and improve the life-saving abilities of the entire region. Our founding organizations have been dedicated to serving pets in Alachua County for more than 40 years. The Humane Society of North Central Florida is a limited intake, no-kill animal rescue shelter. The animals in our facility are transferred from open-intake and/or managed admission municipal shelters across North Central Florida. The Humane Society of North Central Florida is an independent, local 501(c)(3) organization. As such, we do not receive funding from federal agencies, nor are we affiliated with any other state or national organizations such as the Humane Society of the United States or the ASPCA.
The Humane Society of North Central Florida was created in 2018 when the leadership of the Alachua County Humane Society, Gainesville Pet Rescue, and Helping Hands Pet Rescue decided to permanently join forces. By becoming the Humane Society of North Central Florida, our organizations were able to effectively streamline services for pets and pet owners, eliminate any duplication of services, maximize our community’s resources, and improve the life-saving abilities of the entire region. Our founding organizations have been dedicated to serving pets in Alachua County for more than 40 years. The Humane Society of North Central Florida is a limited intake, no-kill animal rescue shelter. The animals in our facility are transferred from open-intake and/or managed admission municipal shelters across North Central Florida. The Humane Society of North Central Florida is an independent, local 501(c)(3) organization. As such, we do not receive funding from federal agencies, nor are we affiliated with any other state or national organizations such as the Humane Society of the United States or the ASPCA.