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This Month at Animal Services

The phrase “It’s raining cats and dogs!” may sound cute, but it represents a reality for animal shelters in the Central Florida area. Orange County Animal Services and the surrounding shelters are all nearing capacity, as summer is the most difficult time of year. We are currently caring for nearly 200 adoptable pets.

We’re encouraging you to “buddy up” and adopt a pet from our shelter. During the month of June adoption fees are reduced to just $10 for all ready to go dogs and cats. Those are pets that have already been spayed or neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. Animals that are not eligible for the promotion will be available at the standard adoption fees of $55 for dogs and $40 for cats. No appointments required to visit the shelter for adoption services!

View all available animals here: http://www.ocnetpets.com/Adopt/AdoptableAnimals.aspx

June 1 also marks the start of hurricane season. Pet owners should prepare now, not when a storm is imminent. More information on disaster preparedness available on our website here: http://www.ocnetpets.com/ProgramsServices/DisasterPreparedness.aspx

Everyday Promotions

Orange County Animal Services offers several promotions that extend year-round. Please note that there is a limit of two per year.
  • First Responders Adopt for Free

    First Responders Adopt for Free

    As a small token of appreciation, Orange County Animal Services hopes to bring joy to local heroes by waiving the fees. First Responders are defined as police officers (federal, state or local), Sheriff’s Deputies, State Troopers, Career Firefighters, Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs), paramedics and 911 dispatchers. Those seeking to qualify for this promotion will need to present proof of occupation.

  • Veterans Adopt for Free

    Veterans Adopt for Free

    As a thank you to those who have served, veterans can adopt for free. Please bring your Military ID or a copy of your DD Form 214 with honorable discharge.

  • BOGO Cats!

    BOGO Cats!

    Two are better than one! Adopters are encouraged to adopt two felines for the price of one, as cats tend to do well in pairs.

  • Senior Pets

    Senior Pets

    Looking for a mellow companion who is likely already trained? All animals seven years and older are free to adopt.

  • Looking for a Full Time Exterminator?

    Looking for a Full Time Exterminator?

    Looking for a full time exterminator? Well look no further. Why not adopt one of our hard working cats to keep your property free and clear of pests? To help promote the adoption of our unsocialized felines, Orange County Animal Services will be waiving the adoption fee for any cats that will be utilized as working or barn cats. Email AnimalServices@ocfl.net for more information.

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