Christmas Adoptions Will Take Place
December 21st and 22nd
(Sat and Sun from 12:30pm until 4pm)
During the Holiday season we do follow certain procedures during adoption events.
This is to ensure the health and safety of not only our adoptable pets,
but our volunteers as well.
All Adoption Donations are Cash Only.
No Checks, Credit Cards or Money Orders are accepted.
Adoption Applications can ONLY be filled out and completed in person at the adoption event.
*PETSMART Staff DOES NOT Have access to the Sign In Sheet*
A "Sign In" Sheet will be placed on the front door of the Petsmart
at Midnight the day of adoptions.
The sign in sheet cannot be signed prior to Midnight.
All potential adopters must sign the "Sign In Sheet" when arriving at the adoption event.
We will use a list as a "roll call" once adoptions begin.
*We ask that all potential adopters DO NOT pick up puppies/dogs while the volunteers are setting up the adoption event or trying to handle an adoption with a family.*
This year, we are offering to all adopters the option of "Holding" your newly adopted pet until Christmas Eve.
All adoption paperwork must be filled out and completed (The weekend of December 21st and 22nd) and the adoption donation must be collected along with the "Hold Fee."
The extra fee to hold your newly adopted pet until Christmas Eve is $50.00.
(which is also tax deductable)
If you have any questions regarding policy or rules for the Christmas Weekend Adoption
please contact us text or phone call.
Welcome "Tommy" To Save A Life Pet Rescue
Tommy The Mighty, was once a scared little tabby without a home, love, and medical care. Now he is only in need of a home.
Surely his journey started over a year ago according to his age however his adventure has only just begun. In early November, Tommy was first sighted all alone, cold, and barely hanging on to life outside of the local 7-Eleven, where many of the stray Tomcats reside. He was terribly injured from being mauled by another animal . A concerned by-stander scooped up Tommy and contacted Save A Life Pet Rescue in hopes of the rescue being able to provide the medical care Tommy deserves. Save A Life instructed the by-stander to take Tommy to Aloma Jancy Animal Hospital where he would immediately receive intensive care. When getting the call, the rescue did not understand the extent of Tommy’s injuries, but was quick to help him just as they would for any animal.
The general assessment from the veterinarian: Tommy is critical however stable and now comfortable. The skin on his front right leg has been lacerated wide open and has much of the muscle and tissue exposed. Unfortunately there is not enough healthy skin so he will need a treatment of multiple skin graphs which is very costly. After receiving all of the special medical care at Aloma Jancy he will be able to start finding a new home. He is transitioning very successfully and has become more of a loving pet rather than the scared cat he once was.
If you would like to make a tax deductible donation to Tommy’s medical care you can mail a check to
Save a Life Pet Rescue
P.O box 623341
Oviedo Fl 32762
or by clicking the Paypal button.