Keep Their Hearts Beating
Capital City Today
SPCA Florida asks you to keep their hearts beating in 2021. That is the motto for SPCA Florida as they kick off the New Year by asking everyone to help save the lives of homeless dogs and cats. Your support will help animals who need extra medical care upon entry into the shelter. Fluid pumps, incubators, and round the clock medical support provides the extra love that is often needed to turn precious lives around and keep tiny hearts beating.
By becoming a Lifeline Member, you can protect the lives of Polk Counties homeless animals. For some, all it takes is an extra helping of kindness and medical care to reach the adoption floor. And you can help them get there by becoming their Lifeline of support.
“Incredibly, we are entering a New Year that is more challenging than 2020, said Shelley Thayer, Executive Director, SPCA Florida. “We are driven not to let these animals down, so we are asking everyone to help. By becoming a Lifeline Member with a onetime donation or monthly donation you will help us keep their hearts beating this year.” It is a lot to ask,” said Thayer, “but we are their only voice and only hope.”
To become a Lifeline Member and keep the hearts beating, go online and give a one-time gift or monthly recurring gift at www.SPCAFlorida.org or call 863.577.6400. Please help SPCA Florida this year.
About SPCA Florida
Founded in 1979, SPCA Florida exists to eliminate animal suffering and engage the entire community in the welfare and well-being of animals. SPCA Florida will help and heal 70,000 dogs and cats through its McClurg Animal Medical Center and provide direct care for 6,500 animals through its Adoption Center this year. Ani-Meals, which provides food and medical care for animals of homebound families, helps thousands more dogs and cats each year.