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Tomorrow (10/4), Suncoast Animal League  will be collecting supplies & delivering the supplies to the devastated Port Charlotte area.  Please give generously. Just think, for days leading up to Ian’s landfall everyone in the Tampa Bay Area expected to take the hit. It could have been us, but we got lucky. Let’s help those who were not so lucky. And remember, it could be us one day.
- Cat food
- Dog food
- Pet bedding
- Towels
- Blankets
- Bottled water
- Medium & large pet crates
- Paper towels
- Bleach
- Gas cards
1. Suncoast Animal League Shoppe (1454 Alt. 19, Palm Harbor)
2. Eastlake Pinch a Penny (36235 East Lake Rd, Palm Harbor)
3. South Tampa Pinch a Penny (3440 S. Dale Mabry Hwy, Tampa)
4. Cueni Brewing Co (945 Huntley Ave, Dunedin)
5. Island Dog Outfitters (479 Poinsetta Ave, Clearwater)
6. Madeira Beach Fire Dept. Station #25 (250 Municipal Dr., Madeira Beach)
7. Caring Paws Animal Hospital (15997 Preserve Marketplace Blvd, Odessa, FL)
From the devastation can come hope and we need to play a part in that hope. After all, it was only 119 miles away from devastating us.
Effort organized by @SuncoastAnimalLeagueImage attachment
This #FunDaySunday meet Billi, the talking cat from Florida Billi is a 14-year-old domestic shorthair who started pushing talking buttons corresponding to words after being inspired by Stella  and Christina from Hunger for Words. First, she learned what “Food” meant, and then “Pets.” However, the word “Mad” eventually became her favorite 😁. Now, she’s referred to as “Her Mad-jesty” 😁. https://bit.ly/3e0TLw2 You can follow her on Insta @billispeaks
The Union County shelter has 14 outdoor kennels on the grounds of the prison, which would be a terrifying place to be during a major storm. Everyone knew these dogs needed to get out before the storm hit, but how? The shelter staff contacted a number of much larger shelters in the area, but none could help. With options limited and the clock ticking,  volunteers at Florida Urgent Rescue, Inc. - FUR stepped to the plate and moved  shelter residents to boarding and others to foster homes. https://bit.ly/3E4fSft Support the local Rescuers! To donate to FUR go to https://www.floridaurgentrescue.com/