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Thousands of pets are abandoned by owners every year. These pets end up on roads where they get in accidents or catch diseases. Many of these pets die from starvation, waiting for someone to show mercy. The pets that are found on roads are rescued by animal shelters, which are then put up for adoption.
By adopting one of the pets from a shelter in Leesburg, you will help make space for more abandoned pets in the shelters. You will also give a new life to a pet that could’ve been euthanized.
Leesburg FL 34788
Heavenly Acres Pet Rescue is a dedicated rescue for: Unwanted dogs; Puppies abandoned at nationwide animal shelters; Breeder dogs and “unsellable” puppies rescued from puppy mills. Owner and Director, Cindy Shipp , started finding homes for unwanted and orphaned animals when she was 12 years old and has been successfully doing so ever since. In the year 2000, Cindy took into care the facility�
We are a Florida licensed 501 C(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to saving the lives of cats and kittens. The formation of this rescue was inspired by my best friend and companion for 10 years, my cat Buddy. He was always wanting to bring the outside kitties in so they would be safe. We dedicate this organization to his memory: trying to keep all kitties safe and well. Our mission is to give c
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The Leesburg Humane Society, Inc., has been in existence since May of 1960. There were a few years in the 1970's and early 80's when the Society was inactive. The group currently operating the Society has been doing so since December 1986. We operate a "NO-KILL" shelter. We believe that if at all possible, an animal should not have to die for lack of a home. Many of our shelte