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Max, Chip & The Royals: Meet Them At The Humane Society Of Broward County

July 4, 2024

Nestled within the heart of Broward County lies a haven for those seeking companionship of the furry kind: the Humane Society of Broward County. Among the many hopeful faces waiting to greet potential adopters are Max and Chip, two adorable pets with unique personalities eagerly awaiting their forever homes.

Meet Max: The Energetic Doodle

If you're an active individual or family looking to add some zest to your life, Max might just be the perfect match for you. At just one-year-old and weighing in at 68 pounds, Max, ID Number: 683495, is a lively Doodle with a heart full of curiosity and a boundless enthusiasm for life.

"Max is a curious fellow who wants to be part of everything," says a shelter volunteer. "He enjoys going for walks, absolutely loves playing fetch, and he's already potty-trained, which is a big plus for any prospective pet parent."

This playful pup thrives on activity and is in search of a family that shares his zest for adventure. Whether it's a game of fetch in the park or exploring new trails, Max is ready to be your loyal companion every step of the way.

Chip: The Curious Kitten

For those with a soft spot for feline friends, look no further than Chip, a charming 10-week-old kitten weighing just 2.2 pounds, ID Number: 682647. Chip is described as a curious little gal who delights in exploring her surroundings and engaging in playtime antics with her friend, Sweetie, a 12-week-old kitten also waiting for adoption.

"Chip is an absolute sweetheart," beams one of the shelter staff. "She's full of energy and curiosity, and she's guaranteed to bring a lot of joy into any home she becomes a part of."

With a myriad of adorable kittens like Chip and Sweetie awaiting adoption, now is indeed the purrfect time to welcome a new furry friend into your life.

Meet a Prince & Princess
My elderly owner could no longer care for me so now I need to find another family to love. My name is Princess and I’m looking for a castle to call home. I’m a 5-year-old Border Collie mix who is good with other well-mannered dogs and I’m good with older kids. I enjoy delicious treats, love to be pet and I like to cuddle. Once I get to know you, I might be your shadow. Please don’t pass me by just because I grew up. I meant the world to my owner, and she was sad she had to give me up. I know there must be a dog-lover out there willing to give me a chance…could it be you?

I’m fourteen-week-old Prince and I would like to be part of your royal family… can you make my wish come true? I have exotic tiger stripe markings and I’m here with my sister Queen. We are just two of the many adorable kittens waiting to be adopted this week at the shelter. Whether you’re looking for a striped kitten, spotted kitten or ones that look like little miniature black panthers…there are so many to choose from!

How to Meet Max, Chip, The Royals and Other Pets

If you're interested in meeting Max, Chip, or any other pets available for adoption at the Humane Society of Broward County, the process is simple. Start by completing a Pre-Adoption Application online at: Once your application is approved, you're invited to visit the shelter located at 2070 Griffin Road, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33312.

Adoption Kennels open daily at 11:00 a.m., offering ample opportunity to interact with potential pets and find the ideal match for your lifestyle. Should you have any questions or need assistance, feel free to call: (954) 989-3977 Extension#: 6 for further guidance.

Choosing to adopt from a shelter not only brings joy and companionship into your life but also saves the life of a deserving animal in need. Each adoption from the Humane Society of Broward County contributes to their mission of providing loving homes for pets while alleviating overcrowding in shelters.

Whether you're drawn to the exuberant energy of Max or the playful charm of Chip and Sweetie, your decision to adopt will undoubtedly make a world of difference. Visit the shelter today, and discover the rewarding experience of giving a loving home to a pet in need.

As the saying goes, a forever friend is waiting just around the corner at the Humane Society of Broward County, call: (954) 989-3977 Extension#: 6.

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