Giving Tuesday – Double Your Donation

  After Black Friday and Cyber Monday there’s Giving Tuesday, a national day of giving back.  You can participate by helping the homeless dogs and cats in our community. This year your donation will go twice as far thanks to Pet Alliance partner Reed Nissan.  They will be matching all Giving Tuesday donations dollar-for-dollar up…

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Adopt-A-Shelter-Dog Month

Throughout October we celebrate Adopt-A-Shelter-Dog month. This annual celebration raises awareness of the approximately 4 million dogs in shelters in the United States right now. The Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando is proud to support this national event by offering $25 adoptions all month long on regularly priced pets (normally $75), age six months or older,…

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Patty Sheehan to be Honored

2016 Furball

In 2014,  Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando established the Animal Hero Award to honor the people who go above and beyond to improve the lives of pets in our community. Each year, the recipient is honored at our annual Furball gala. The 2016 recipient is City of Orlando Commissioner, Patty Sheehan. The proud pet parent…

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Why do cats have whiskers?

Like us, cats are mammals that are covered with hair. But there are definite differences in the hair that covers our bodies! First, most humans (except those that are going bald) have thicker hair on their heads than their arms and legs while cats have a pretty even distribution of hair over most of the…

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August Volunteers of the Month

Jeff and Lisa are a couple who work so amazing individually, but also make an incredible team. They are here almost every Sunday caring for the cats as Kitty Cuddlers. Lisa is also amazing at taking pictures of the cats while she is playing with them. A lot of her pictures are actually on our…

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Pet Fire Safety

Pet Fire Safety Day will be held on Friday, July 15.  As this day approaches we want to share a few tips to help prevent the more than 40,000 pets who are killed each year in house fires.  Small steps and awareness can prevent many of these tragedies. Preventing Pet Fires Never leave pets along…

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