Furry Fursday: Meet Dulce!

January 19, 2017


Dulce is a beautiful kitty who can be just as sweet as her name implies. At the Soffer and Fine Adoption Center, you will find this beautiful, three-and-a-half-year-old feline on top of the window sill, basking in the rays of sunshine. She absolutely loves to just gaze out the window, admiring nature and the great outdoors. When you arrive to greet her, she will lock eyes with you and wiggle from side to side with her tummy up, asking you for a belly rub. This is an absolutely adorable game she likes to play to show you just how cute she is. Dulce also enjoys the company of other cats, but she doesn't mind being the queen of her castle either. After taking her time to get to know you and finding her spot by the window in your home, Dulce will prove to be the purr-fect, "sweet" addition your family has been looking for.


Free Spay/Neuter Services for Low Income Residents

Have you heard about the FREE spay and neuter services available for the pets of low-income residents of Miami-Dade? For a limited time, anyone actively receiving government assistance benefits(this includes WIC, SSI, Food Stamps and Medicaid) can get their dog or cat spayed or neutered absolutely FREE. This special offer includes the rabies vaccine with the surgery.

These free services are available at the Miami-Dade County Community Spay Neuter Clinic in Cutler Bay located at 10700 SW 211 Street. The clinic is open Tuesday through Saturday and you can call 305-749-1854 or visit our website, www.humanesocietymiami.org, to make an appointment.

In addition to these free services for pets, community cats can be spayed/neutered at the clinic for free as well, no proof of government assistance required. What exactly is a community cat? Community cats are defined as un-owned, free roaming  cats whose “home” is within the community rather than in an individual household. This free sterilization service includes a FVRCP vaccination, a rabies vaccination if the cat is four months and or four pounds or older, and a left ear tip, which is used to identify fixed community cats. The community cats may be dropped-off between 7:00 am-10:00 am Tuesday-Saturday and no appointment is necessary. 

Visit www.humanesocietymiami.org for more information on these worthwhile services or to make an appointment.