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"Celebrating 30 years in 2012!"

We are celebrating our 30th anniversary with a long and proud history of dedicated service to our community. Over the years we have worked tirelessly leading the charge to end animal cruelty, pet overpopulation, rescuing all types of animals in need and placing them into lifelong caring homes, responding to disasters whether natural or man-made, assisting low income residents pet needs, all while operating without a shelter. Founded in 1982, our non-profit charitable organization since 1995, operates solely with contributions from individuals, businesses and foundations.
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New Adoption Day Venues in the Works!

Our HS/SPCA has just begun a program in conjunction with The Villages for local pet adoptions at a different Regional Recreation Center on the 3rd Friday of each month. It began this past Friday 3/20 from 11am-2pm at the adjacent pavilion from the main entrance of the Colony Cottage Recreation Ctr.
Interested adopters, prospective volunteers & supporters will be able to check upcoming recreation centers in the "Recreation News" & also WVLG & VNN as to where the next Adoption Day will be. So please SHARE this exciting news with anyone you know looking for their new best friend or a great place to volunteer!

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The Shred is Baaack!

Its time to gather all your personal documents for secure shredding, all while helping two local charities on March 28th. "The Shred" will be once again be hosted at Buffalo Ridge Animal Hospital, organized by the Rainbow Family & Friends Club and your documents will be safely shredded by the mobile unit of Hill's Shred Express of Ocala from 9am-Noon. A donation for the service is greatly appreciated and 100% of the proceeds will be offered to our HS/SPCA and the Leesburg HS.

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Animal Cruelty Prevention

Animal cruelty in sumter County

Unfortunately trying to end animal cruelty is a constant battle for any animal rescue. It is a growing problem here in Sumter County, FL as our population increases.
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