Spca Tampa Bay
9099 130th Ave, Largo, FL 33773
SPCA Tampa Bay Florida, Inc.
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10/20/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Please be aware that Pierre Henrion is a pathetic activist who makes a living out of criticizing animal shelters. He cannot back up anything he says. He is a very hateful person who is part of the problem not the solution. He blames everyone else for his problems. If he loved his cats so much he would have kept them or given them to someone. The euthanasia of his cats rests on his hands alone.
The SPCA of Tampa does a fantastic job. They should be commended for their outstanding efforts.
Shame on you Pierre Henrion.... You are not a friend to animals.... You are a disgrace...
09/16/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Did you know that, on a monthy basis, about 50% of the animals taken to this ""shelter"" are killed, including healthy animals? They are refusing to make changes to their rules, which would allow more animals to survive. Did you know that they used to slaughter thousands of animals every year without acknowledging this? This came out in August 2009 when it was published by the St Petersburg Times. Did you know that the presiden of the board of directors, J.D. Lutz, a so-called veterinarian, was a volunteer since the 1980's and never once inform the public of what was going on within this place? Should you ever be in a position that you no longer can care about your animals, DO NOT take them to this SPCA. There are other shelters in Pinellas county where your animals will have a greater change to survive and be adopted.
Have you seen how beautiful the SPCA is with the Farm animal sanctuary and how clean and
nice the dogs and cats are taken care of ! You can make a family visit to the spca when your ready to get your
next best friend.... or, you can visit the Animal Shelter and show your family a little bit of the farm right here
in the county ! Remeber , All funds to keep this wonderful Animal Santuary going is from donations . Tell your freinds and families.. Next time they are looking for a new friend to visit SPCA TAMPA BAY .
12/07/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I have adopted many animals over the years and so has my daughter. I must say the people that take care of them really do care. They may have every cage full and yet they still know the animals by name. I have seen cats that were ill and I would tell the attendent and the cat was soon taken care of, these people can not be everywhere. The animals I have adopted just happen to all be cats and they are the most loving cats in the world. I have also had to turn in a few small animals found outside and they were wonderful about taking them. I am so thankful we have the Spca in Pinellas county!