Keys Weekly is thrilled each week to showcase some “furever” friends that are ready, waiting and available for their perfect adoption “match” at the Florida Keys SPCA’s Marathon campus – complete with their best qualities, preferences and turnoffs to ensure the best fit.
From cats and dogs to Guinea pigs, hamsters, rabbits, reptiles and birds, the perfect addition to your family is waiting for you at one of the SPCA’s two campuses, in Key West and Marathon. The SPCA’s knowledgeable staff will help with advice and care tips while working to ensure a good fit between each pet and its people. The SPCA’s Golden Paw program also provides special assistance with vet bills and medications for special-needs and older animals that require a little extra TLC.
See all the animals waiting for a home at fkspca.org. To contact the Marathon campus, call 305-743-4800 or visit the campus at 10550 Aviation Blvd.
1.5-year-old female mixed breed.
Looking for: Walks, treats and pools.
Turnoffs: Being body shamed.
3-year-old male Russian blue.
Looking for: Someone to talk to – I’m quite chatty.
Turnoffs: New things can be scary.
ADOPTION UPDATE: The third time is the charm! After two failed adoptions, Brownie (pictured right) was finally adopted to his forever home. He loves his new sister Scarlett, his two human brothers and his new mom and dad.