We Need You
Since 1912 we have faithfully served the homeless companion animals of the Tampa Bay area and beyond.
For nearly three quarters of a century, we have sheltered and cared for hundreds of thousands of animals in the same building on N. Armenia Avenue in Tampa (built 1960).
Marked expansion in our programs, services and community outreach has left our facility antiquated and unable to meet our needs.
We have successfully raised almost all funding for your community’s new shelter, but we need your help to raise the final $2 million.
We cannot open the doors until $2 million is raised.
Why Help Us?
While we celebrate the growth of our vibrant community we cannot ignore its voiceless citizens whose needs have kept pace with expansion.
As a community, it is our job to
They won’t survive without us.
Our Shelter Is Over 59 Years Old
We have outgrown our space & our walls are crumbling around us. We need your help to Shelter Them.
Your shelter is set to break ground spring 2019. The new multi-story shelter will be built on our current property increasing current adoption capacity. Some of your new facility’s highlights include puppy & kitten nurseries for underage litters, an isolation area for sick animals to reduce spread of disease, expanded medical & surgical suites and climate control in all areas.
We cannot open our doors to your community’s shelter until the final $2 million is raised. We are in urgent need of your help.
Thousands of lives depend on us to shelter and feed them. As a community it is our job to Shelter Them. Make an impact and help us save lives.
Your New Shelter Will Include:
How To Help: Purchase A Tile In The Humane Education Center
Humane Education Center
We are excited to announce that one of the features of the community’s new shelter will be the Humane Education Center.
Be A Part of It
Join John & Letitia McKibbon and purchase a tile(s) to leave your legacy.
After the new shelter opens we will hold a “painting” event for your family to come and paint your tile(s).
Each tile will be mounted within the center for all visitors to see!
Thanks to the generosity of the following entities who share our passion for animals, a new, improved shelter for our animals is possible.
The DeBartolo Family has long served the Tampa Bay community through benevolent funding. They also consider their pets to be part of the family, and did not hesitate to support our project with a substantial gift towards naming rights.
DeBartolo Construction Services, LLC, has offered their commitment to make our dream a reality using the highest-quality construction materials and equipment in the most cost-effective manner.