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CARE Feline Rescue has cats and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Orlando, Florida.
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The $1.2 million facility, which will eventually include an animal shelter and spay/neuter clinic, is under construction now at 409 S. Laurel Ave. in Sanford. It will be the 11th space Pet Rescue by Judy has inhabited in the 21 years the organization has been rescuing animals in the Orlando area. Over the course of its lifetime, Pet Rescue by Judy – and, by extension, Sarullo herself – has been evicted, taken to court and pushed into run-down buildings without running water. Though built as a temporary care station for animals before adoption, the facility will be the first permanent residence of Pet Rescue by Judy –a place where Sarullo can, at last, truly own her cause.
Orlando Bully Rescue has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Orlando, FL.
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When Pet Rescue by Judy first made the move from Orlando to Sanford in 2008, Sarullo was nervous to meet her new neighbors. She advertised her grand opening at her current location on Iroquois Avenue, and hoped, as she hopes every day, that people would take notice. Cause 4 Paws pet rescue pub crawl in Orlando - Orlando Sentinel
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The 3rd Annual Reed Nissan Pet Rescue Project 90 Day Adopt-A-Thon resulted in an amazing 2,064 dogs and cats finding their FURever homes. Reed Nissan and the Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando could not be more thrilled at this achievement. We sincerely want to thank everyone involved with the Adopt-A-Thon, those who help behinds the scenes to the wonderful families that opened their hearts and homes to an animal in need. We thank you, the Pet Alliance thanks you and so do each and every dog and cat who now has a home and loving family to call their own. Sarullo is an almost-accidental advocate. She originally wanted to be a vet, but her family didn’t have money for vet school. Her interest in pet rescue began when she and her husband set out to adopt a dog at an Orlando shelter in 1986. Sarullo fell for a Doberman, but her husband fell for the shelter’s oldest canine, an Old English sheepdog, who at 8 years old faced a death sentence on the coming Monday. Her husband’s insistence on adopting that particular dog resonated with Sarullo, and while she didn’t get her Doberman, she did get a new direction in life. Pet Rescue by Judy was founded in 1992 and made its first public appearance under a tent at an Orlando farmers market. As the small nonprofit rescue blossomed, it kept outgrowing its facilities – first Sarullo’s home, then its original location on Church Street, and next, a storefront adoption center, where Sarullo still does meet-and-greets, in the Oviedo Mall. Finally, the shelter found its way to Sanford, where she plans to stay for good."We are compiling a list of rescues/services/people willing to hold/foster/adopt pets for victims and survivors of the Pulse Orlando shooting," the post read. "Please comment if you are a pet service or can help in any way. Some people won't be coming home to their pet."All pets adopted from Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando are sterilized (surgically spayed or neutered), treated for internal and external parasites , permanently identified with a microchip, and provided with core vaccines appropriate for dogs and cats including rabies, distemper, and upperrespiratory viruses. Cats receive a Feline Leukemia test. Dogs will have been tested for heartworm disease.Qualifications: Must be 18 years or older and complete training, pass an FDLE background check, and obtain liability insurance through Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando, Alliance of Therapy Dogs, Love on a Leash or Pet Partners. All pets must be at least 18 months old, spayed or neutered, and up to date on vaccinations. Rescue pets are encouraged but all pets are accepted.