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Southeast Bunfest raises $20,400 for Humane Society of the Treasure Coast

By: Doreen Poreba
Source: Luminaries
Date: June 21, 2018
The seventh annual Southeast Bunfest brought out the best in rabbits, bunnies, guinea pigs and those who love and appreciate them. Held at the Kane Center in Stuart, guests enjoyed several rooms filled with things to see and do. In all, the event raised more than $20,400, with proceeds benefiting the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast to help care for the small critters at its shelter.
Categories: In the News

HSTC's new pet therapy program brings comfort and joy

By: Doreen Poreba
Source: TC Palm
Date: June 6, 2018
Misty’s Pals — the pet therapy arm of the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast in Palm City — is bringing more joy and comfort to even more Martin and St. Lucie county residents with the addition of two new programs.
Categories: In the News

Southeast Bunfest is a crazy party for rabbits and their owners June 2 in Stuart

By: Lauren Espitia
Source: TC Palm
Date: May 24, 2018
I have reporting for this column to blame for my obsession with bunnies. During my first year on the job, I visited a Palm City ranch to write about summer camp and birthday parties that featured all the fun you’d expect, including animals. It was at that ranch that my daughters, who were 6 and 8 at the time, fell in love with a tiny brown bunny rabbit they named Cleo.
Categories: In the News

Unity of Stuart, HSTC Pets blessings rained down upon dozens of animals

By: Doreen Poreba
Source: Luminaries
Date: May 24, 2018
It was raining dogs … cats … and even bunnies at Unity of Stuart’s Blessing of the Animals event.Inclement weather forced the event to move indoors but had no bearing on the barks or meows.The animals were as feisty as ever as they anticipated getting blessed.
Categories: In the News

SHELTER TALES- Rare guest makes his way to shelter

By: Shaun Kelly
Source: TC Palm
Date: May 3, 2018
Godzilla is a 2-month-old male piglet who was left in the shelter’s night drop kennels with no note, no explanation of where he came from, and no one called or came to claim him.
Categories: In the News

SHELTER TALES- Dogs enjoy the challenge of Nose Works

By: Shaun Kelly
Source: TC Palm
Date: April 18, 2018
An important component to furthering our mission is finding ways to provide animal enrichment for our shelter residents while they are with us. This keeps them happy, healthy and socialized, thereby making them more desirable to potential adopters.
Categories: In the News

SHELTER TALES- Canine Companion volunteers comfort shelter pets

By: Shaun Kelly
Source: TC Palm
Date: April 17, 2018
The Humane Society of the Treasure Coast provides a safe haven for literally thousands of animals every year. Any change in circumstances can be stressful for the pets that find their way to its doors, and our shelter is sensitive to anxiety that the resident pets can experience.
Categories: In the News

SHELTER TALES- Happy ending for Happy cat

By: Shaun Kelly
Source: TC Palm
Date: April 11, 2018
There’s nothing like a happy ending and the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast specializes in them. Three five-month-old kittens from an unwanted litter were recently surrendered to our shelter. Two females were examined and found to be healthy and ready for adoption. After receiving their spay surgeries and vaccinations, the two were quickly adopted out.
Categories: In the News

SHELTER TALES- Pet therapy programs help people, pets

By: Shaun Kelly
Source: TC Palm
Date: March 28, 2018
The Humane Society of the Treasure Coast’s Humane Education and Pet Therapy programs provide a variety of educational and therapeutic services. Many of the pet therapy volunteers adopted their dogs from the HSTC and how wonderful it is that these once abandoned or forgotten animals can give back to their community in such a positive way.
Categories: In the News

SHELTER TALES- Humane Society seeks hospice adopter for Princess Zelda

By: Shaun Kelly
Source: TC Palm
Date: March 15, 2018
Limited time but unlimited love to give. This describes some of the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast’s most precious residents, including five-year-old Princess Zelda, who recently arrived at our shelter as a stray.
Categories: In the News

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