CLICK ON THE "DONATE" BUTTON OR CLICK ON "MORE" (horizontal top bar) then "Donate" to select a specific current need.
We rely solely on donations and your generosity enables us to rescue and care for dogs and cats until they are adopted or sent to rescue. In some cases, extensive medical treatments are required in addition to the routine spay-neuter, rabies vaccination and vet care expenses. We also purchase canine and feline vaccines, wormer, medications, pet food for our fosters, etc. Check us out on Facebook to view the stories of our most recent rescued animals.
Event Volunteer Application:
$50 co-pay spay/neuter
We accept applications on a first come, first serve basis as we have the funds
Grain free dog food
Pedigree dry puppy food (for undernourished dogs & pups)
Medium and large crates with plastic bottoms
Baby playpen or puppy play yard
Small, medium and large collars, leashes, harnesses
Original Dawn liquid dish soap
Stainless steel bowls
Small stuffed animals for pets (for animals boarded at our vet)
We need beds for our pups and small dogs... cooler weather is right around the corner. We can also use them at adoption events in our puppy pens. Click on this link to donate directly from Kuranda.
Make sure you have selected: Shoals Animal Advocates
Like us on Facebook and share our Foster Album, Upcoming Activities, Immediate Needs, etc.: Shoals Animal Advocates
All our events are confirmed on our Facebook page.
SATURDAY 4 OCTOBER – Yard Sale at the Underwood
Community Center 840 County Road 7,
Florence, AL (Cross Streets: Between
St Johns Ave and CR-24). Furniture,
tools, electronics, appliances, books, shoes, purses, toys, etc
SATURDAY 11 OCTOBER. Adoption at Petco-Florence adoption. 10am-2pm
SATURDAY 18 OCTOBER. Adoption at Title Cash, 2922 Florence Blvd, Florence. 10am-2pm
SATURDAY 25 OCTOBER. Adoption at Petco-Florence adoption. 10am-2pm
FRIDAY 7 AND SATURDAY 8 NOVEMBER. Jewelry/Purse/Consignment Shop clothes. Location/Time to be announced.
SATURDAY 15 NOVEMBER. Adoption at Petco-Florence adoption. 10am-2pm
SAA 2014 Petco adoption and fundraiser events are as follow:
All prospect new adopters must complete an adoption application:
HOME VISIT BEFORE AND AFTER ADOPTION REQUIRED FOR ALL OUR PITS OR PITS MIX.
The adoption fee for our pups is $75 and includes distemper/parvo/bordetella vaccination, worming, spay or neuter and rabies vouchers. MANDATORY SPAY/NEUTER @ 4 MONTHS OLD.
The adoption fee for our dogs 79 lbs and under is $75 and includes spay or neuter and rabies vouchers. If 80 lbs and over, adoption fee is $85.
The adoption fee for our cats and kittens is $75 and includes spay or neuter and rabies vouchers. MANDATORY SPAY/NEUTER @ 4 MONTHS OLD.
We need volunteers to set up/break down, transport pets to/from event, help w/ walking our dogs and socializing w/ our pups and cats, material distribution, etc. Call 256-712-4414.
Volunteer application: https://secure.mailjol.net/allforms/u/fc83aa92.php
To adopt a pet please contact the following:
Colbert County Animal Shelter 5010 Missouri Street, Tuscumbia, AL 256-481-4073
view their dogs and cats available for adoption on their Facebook page Colbert County Shelter
SHOALS ANIMAL ADVOCATES for Colbert, Lauderdale and Franklin Counties
To adopt a SAA foster dog/cat contact: Stephanie Flanagan 256-715-7155 or Cheryl Jones 256-653-7561
view our foster album on our Facebook page Shoals Animal Advocates
Florence-Lauderdale Animal Shelter 702 East College Street Street Florence, AL 256-760-6431
view their dogs and cats available for adoption on their Facebook page Friends of Florence Lauderdale Shelter
2) Start your own Homeless Pet Club at your business, school, organization, etc. to promote adoption, collect wish list items, etc.
Go to: www.homelesspetclubs.org
3) iGive.com is a free service where shopping at any of 1375 stores like Amazon, Travelocity, Overstock, and many more, means a donation to Shoals Animal Advocates.http://www.iGive.com/ShoalsAnimalAdvocates/?p=19992&jltest=1
4) OUR CURRENT WISHLIST: Pedigree puppy dry food. Dog and cat dry food. Dog houses and blankets. Pine or cedar wood shavings for outdoor bedding (never use it for pregnant or newborn animals).
-our available pets to adopt/foster/rescue album
-our foster album
-our upcoming events
-how to foster, transport a pet, do pet care at the shelter, adopt a foster
-feature your pet in our new re-homing album
-miscellaneous announcements and flash news
... and much more
go to our facebook.com/shoalsanimaladvocates
Brynne Grabryan designed the poster for our Be Kind to Animals 2013 Campaign. She lives in Sheffield, AL
Brynne and her mom will distribute pledge to fight cruelty to animals postcards and flyers at our Florence Petco adoption events on the 2nd and 4th Saturday monthly through June.
We'll also design a special t-shirt featuring Brynne's design.
Madison Pitts' platform as Miss Alabama Teen 2013 is ANIMAL CRUELTY.
She will make appearances at our Florence Petco and Muscle Shoals Pet Depot adoption.
Madison will design a special t-shirt. All proceeds will be allocated to aid victims of abuse/neglect/cruelty with vetting care, medications, transport to rescues, etc.
Our motto is "DON'T WITNESS ABUSE, REPORT IT".
CAN YOU TAKE ME HOME FOR A LITTLE WHILE!
If you are interested in fostering a shelter pet, please contact:
and submit a Foster a Pet application
IF YOUR PET IS LOST
If you have lost or found a pet, email us the description, photo, and contact number to post on this facebook page: email@example.com
Place a FREE FOUND/LOST PET online ad in Times Daily:www.timesdaily.com and create an account with your email and your own password. Then click on 1) Classifieds 2) place an ad 3) announcements 4) Lost/Found FREE 5) type your ad but only use 4 lines to be published FREE for 5 days.
If you are an UNA student, consider joining our
UNA SRO-Student Recognized Organization
Some committees to join are:
On campus event
Off campus event
SAA is the
Volunteer Organization at
Colbert County Animal Control
5010 Missouri St., Tuscumbia, AL
Homelessness is not just a human problem. U.S. animal shelters must put to death nearly 4 million dogs and cats every year because of simple math: There are too many animals and not enough worthy adoptive homes. You can help prevent this—
Never Breed or Buy. Always Adopt. Always Spay and Neuter.
10am to 2pm
CCAC is now open on the first Saturday monthly
While loving, caring, feeding, walking, socializing, training, rehabilitating, bonding with the animals, the volunteers rebuild the animals’ trust in humans.
Join us. Submit an application today.
Submit an application today.
To view our
SHELTER DOGS/CATS SENT TO RESCUES
click on the slide show below