Adopt A Pet Member Feed

The list of pets below includes all of the Adopt-A-Pet services available through participating member sites. Click on a pet name to see more information and photos for that pet. While HAHF is not responsible for and does not offer pet adoption services directly, our member clinics provide both pets for adoption and/or adoption help.  Also, families who adopt from member clinics or the local Hillsborough County Animal Services Shelter on Falkenburg Road are eligible for free post-adoption exams (within 7 days of adoption) and other services.  Contact the Foundation or your local member veterinary clinic for more details!

Meet Jack!

Hi! I’m Jack. My owner recently passed away and I need a new forever home now.  I am a black male kitty, somewhere between 5-7 years old. I have been fixed and am up-to-date on my shots and FIV negative. I … Continue reading

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Posted: October 2, 2020, 7:30 pm

Meet RJ!

R.J is a 24 week old beautiful kitty. She previously had a spinal injury and had some mobility problems but is recovering well in our hospital. She can use the bathroom on her own and her walking has improved. It … Continue reading

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Posted: September 28, 2020, 9:45 pm

Meet Maple and Boo!

This brother and sister duo are about 9 weeks old (as of 9/27/2020) and very sweet! We would love them to be adopted together as they are a bonded pair. Boo is very playful and adventurous little boy. Maple is … Continue reading

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Posted: September 28, 2020, 9:28 pm

Cat & Kitten Adoption FAQ’s

Where does the adoption donation go? The donation helps cover the costs incurred while the cat/kitten was in the care of Animal & Bird Hospitals of Tampa, such as exams, blood tests, 1st vaccines, spay/neuter, food and medications. Are the … Continue reading

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Posted: August 15, 2018, 12:33 pm

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