Ways You Can Help

Many pets find their way to the Pet Center and our goal is to make them as comfortable and stress free as possible while we help them find their forever homes. To reach this goal, we ask that you help us help them.

 

Food Drive! The Pet Center needs wet canned cat, kitten, puppy, and dog food, as well as dry cat / kitten chow, and Purina dog Chow. We also need towels. Donations can be picked up by animal control weekly. Call (904) 209-6190 for more info and thank you for your support!

Stretch & Scratch – As lovers of all things furry, it's hard to deal with the fact that so many cats end up in shelters. While the cats are in cages, they have no cat scratch furniture to use which leads to a very unhappy kitty.The Stretch & Scratch can be easily attached to the door of a shelter cage and adjusted for maximum stretching! Donate a Stretch and Scratch and help make shelter life easier on kitties while they wait for their forever homes!
Kuranda Beds – Day in and day out shelter dogs live with hard concrete floors, while cats seek a soft place to rest in their cages. You can make a world of difference in a homeless pet's life by donating a comfortable, sturdy, easy to clean, Kuranda bed to the Pet Center. There is a special donation discount and beds ship directly to us. Send your donation at this link: http://kuranda.com/donate/8658

Friends of St. Johns County Pet Center Friends of the Pet Center – A non-profit organization that supports the St Johns County Pet Adoption & Holding Center and it's animals in our community. Volunteers help pets find homes, help with walking and exercise programs, and give a little love when it is needed the most. To find out how you can help too visit us on Facebook

http://www.floridaanimalfriend.org
Put me on your car! Your pet will thank you! Support spay & neuter programs with the Animal Friend License Plate for a $37.00 special fee (plus usual registration fees). You'll help with Florida Animal Friend's work to reduce the pet over population problem by increasing awareness of programs available to pet owners and homeless pets.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Animal related concern?

Field Office: (904) 209-0746
Pet Shelter: (904) 209-6190
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