The Humane Society of Pasco County, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1982. A small group of volunteers worked tirelessly to clear the property in rural West Pasco County near Hudson, Florida. Our cats and puppies live in a renovated mobile that is a bright, friendly place where the animals get a lot of love and attention. We also have a large fenced area with mature trees for the dogs. Read more
Take a look at some of the cats and dogs we have at the shelter. You’re certain to fall in love. Read more
We need your help as your financial contributions makes our dream a reality. Read more
Happy Tails – Past Adoptions
We’ve placed hundreds of dogs and cats over the past 20 years. See some of our happy pets. Read more
Featured Pet: Meet HALLEY!
Looks can be deceiving! Such is the case with Halley…
Little Halley was brought to us with an ear crop. As most of you know, this is the sign of a cat which has been a part of a Trap, Neuter, and Release (TNR) program. In most cases, TNR cats are feral. Feral simply means they are not socialized to humans. In every other way, there is NO difference between a feral and Fluffy who shares your home. They are the exact same species. The TNR program is proactive way to help stop the millions of euthanasias in this country at animal controls across the land. Unfortunatley, every once in a blue moon, a domesticated cat (no doubt let out to go “hunting” for the evening) will walk into a trap and inadvertaly be TNR’d. There is only one problem. They are not feral and lack the survival skills of a feral. Such is the case of Halley. She at some point had a home and a family. She is loving and an absolutely gorgeous young lady. Obviously, having been trapped, she is also spayed. This little girl has been through a lot of changes in her life. It is not easy to go out for a stroll and be trapped and spayed. Then? Find yourself at a local shelter. In spite of it? She has maintained her sense of humor and would love to start a new life with a loving and FOREVER family. Come out and meet her. You will be so glad you did!
Mowing Help Needed
With all of the rain, we’ve been getting the grass looks great but could use a nice haircut. Please consider donating your time to help mow and trim. You must be at least 16 years of age to run the power equipment. Can you help? Call 727-856-6762. Thank you!
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