Animal Welfare
Saving Scarlett

August 31, 2018

Scarlett was brought to the Humane Society of Broward County to be euthanized.

Her heartbroken family couldn't afford the lifesaving surgery she needed to survive ... until they learned about the Humane Society Surrender Prevention Program, supported by generous animal-loving Fundholders at the Community Foundation of Broward.

In Broward, more than 30,000 domesticated animals become homeless and 12,000 native wild animals need care annually. Unwanted cats and dogs are often surrendered to public shelters or become strays, Without a safe permanent home, more shelters, adoption programs, or medical care, these roaming animals become a nuisance and ultimately become impounded and even euthanized.

You can create bold change for Broward's animals with your own personalized Fund focused on supporting animal welfare programs in our community.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Contact us today to get started at 954-761-9503 or info@cfbroward.org.

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