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The Humane Society of Tampa Bay is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that has been providing for homeless pets in our community for more than 100 years. We do not receive funding from Federal or State tax dollars and is not supported by the United Way, but rely on philanthropic gifts from individuals and their estates to provide the essential funding needed for our many life-saving programs.

The Humane Society of Tampa Bay is proud to have been awarded with a Four-Star Rating for the past five years through Charity Navigator. This rating signifies our commitment to fiscal responsibility and ethical business practices.In fact, Ninety cents of every dollar we make goes directly to the animals. Click here to see how your donations make a difference.


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Happy Tails # 79
Thank you so much for the companionship and stories I have for the last 25 years. First there was LB (Lazy Bones) a short hair golden retriever we adopted in 1986. My two girls grew up with him and they are now vivid animal lovers with pets of their own. LB traveled around the world with me on my military assignments from Tampa, Texas, Germany, North Dakota, and then back to Tampa. He passed away of old age at 15. 18 months later I adopted Ceaser. A beautiful black retriever and a big pain in the butt when he was a puppy but soon grew to become my best friend. He died in April of 2011 of Cancer. I miss seeing him in my front window when I pull into the driveway and jumping up for a hug every time I walk through the front door. Again, thank you for doing what you do. It does make a difference in people and these animals’ lives.

~Roger Tedrow

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