As the go-to pet experts across Central Florida, the Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando does good things for dogs and cats and the people who love them. Formerly the SPCA of Central Florida, our goal is to provide compassionate and knowledgeable services for pets and to be leaders in innovative animal care and veterinary medicine. More than 8,000 homeless dogs and cats will turn to the Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando for caring, compassion, and hope through our animal shelters this year. Our highly skilled veterinarians will help and heal an additional 45,000 animals in our veterinary clinics. Providing shelter for animals in crisis, disaster response efforts and pet food pantry for dogs and cats in need, we will help thousands of additional animals this year.

Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando

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Orlando (map)

2727 Conroy Road
Orlando, FL 32839
(407) 351-7722

Sanford (map)

2800 County Home Road
Sanford, FL 32773
(407) 351-7722

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Latest Blog Posts


What Should You Do if You Find Kittens in the Wild? Wait & Watch

We’re full swing into kitten season, which also means a lot of well-intentioned people are finding young kittens and bringing them to shelters. In just 2-days, Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando received ten kittens less than one week old. When people find kittens in the wild, they believe they are doing the right thing and

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The Joys of Being a Kitten Foster Family

Written by Karen, a current kitten foster Spring and summer is kitten season! This time of year is when a large number of cats are born, which creates an increase in the number of homeless kittens arriving at Pet Alliance’s shelters. In order to care for them, we rely on volunteers to help out. We

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So you found a litter of kittens – What’s next?

Across the nation, Spring’s end and Summer’s beginning marks the time of year when the many feral kittens are born annually. In central Florida, feral and community cats are a significant segment of the un-homed animal population. Chances are, you’ve seen cats in your own community. Since we are now at the height of “Kitten

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