Here are this week’s featured pets at SPCA Florida, 5850 Brannen Road.

Name: Mia

Gender: Female

Age:  2 years old

Weight:  7 ½ pounds

Species: Cat

Breed: Domestic Short Hair – Gray/Tan Dilute

Orphaned Since: October 2016

Adoption Fee: $30

Mia is a fun loving, outgoing young lady. She loves to play with anyone—dogs, cats and people of all ages!.  She is ready to go home! Stop by and say hello to sweet Mia!


Name:  Al

Gender: Male

Age:   7 months old

Weight:  7 ½ pounds

Species: Cat

Breed: Domestic Short Hair/Mix – Black

Orphaned Since: April 2016

Adoption Fee: $30

Al is a wonderful boy, so playful and sweet! He has been at the SPCA for quite a while now—since April as a matter of fact. He’s practically grown up here! It’s time for this awesome boy to finally find his forever home! Al is great! Come see for yourself!


Name:  Yuma

Gender:  Male

Age:  7 years old

Weight:   49 pounds

Species: Dog

Breed:  Retriever/Labrador Mix (Brown)

Orphaned Since:  September 2016

Adoption Fee: $60

Meet Yuma – he is a calm, gentle pup. Yuma is good with kids and has potential to live in a home with other animals. Yuma walks great on a leash and obeys basic commands like sit. Even though Yuma is an older puppy, he is loves to play and would enjoy a family that has a lot of attention to give. Stop by SPCA Florida and say hello to Yuma.


Name:  Pistol

Gender: Male

Age:  10 months old

Weight:  73.5 pounds

Species: Dog

Breed:  Doberman Pinscher

Orphaned Since: September 2016

Adoption Fee: $100

Meet Pistol – he is a fun loving pup looking for either an active family or a home with lots of room to run. Pistol enjoys running and playing with other dogs. Pistol would make a great family dog in a house with older kids. Pistol is also a calendar star and will be featured in the 2017 Rescued Pets calendar. Stop by SPCA Florida and say hello to Pistol.

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