Friends of Strays Animal Shelter takes pride in saving the lives of abandoned animals in Pinellas County. With over 100 cats and dogs visiting our shelter at any given time, Friends of Strays strives to provide the utmost love and care for every animal that comes through our doors.
Our staff is dedicated to helping the homeless animals in our care find their forever homes. We understand the unique bond that a person has with their companion animals and how that relationship can provide a sense of well-being and comfort for many years.
Founded in 1978, we are community focused, working together to make an impact in the lives of humans and their companion animals through our many programs, including the Doggy Day Out, Keep the Mom and Pets for Patriots.
As a 501(c)3, our lifesaving success depends on individual, business and planned giving donations. We thank you, the generous members of our community, for your support and concern for the abandoned animals we all love. We realize that our efforts on behalf of the animals would not be possible without you.
You help us make a difference in their lives.
Friends of Strays and COVID-19
Apr 1, 2020
***ADOPTIONS WILL BE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY WHILE WE ARE CLOSED DURING COVID-19*** Amid growing concerns surrounding COVID-19, Friends of Strays will be closing temporarily as of Monday, March 23. Please, if you’ve been...
Found Kittens? Don't be a Kit-Napper!
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When we find a litter of kittens, our good-hearted instincts tell us to jump in and help. Please don’t! Thankfully, human intervention is typically not required. In fact, the best thing you...
5 Things To Do if You're Preparing to Foster a Kitten
Mar 28, 2020
The following article is a guest post from Saved By the Bark blogger, Mandy Lee. So, you’ve decided to welcome a foster kitten into your home. Congratulations, and good for you!...