Leave no pet behind

Help PawLife Rescue Group rescue pets from euthanasia in overcrowded shelters.
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Rescue, rehabilitate, rehome

PawLife Rescue Group is a foster-based rescue dedicated to saving pets from dire situations and placing them into loving forever homes.

How to help the pets at PawLife Rescue Group

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Adoption Events

10
Jun
PetSmart Largo

Saturday

Jun 10

11:00 am

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2:00 pm

11:00 am

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2:00 pm

10500 Ulmerton Road
Largo, FL 33778

Your Support Makes a Big Difference

All donations go towards saving rescue pets and preparing them for a new life in their forever home.
$10
Gives a shelter dog their first toy
dog bed
$25
Provides a warm place to sleep
veterinarian
$100
Supports a crucial medical exam
pet food
$15
Provides meals to hungry pets
pet vaccines
$50
Vaccinates a pet against diseases
medicine
$250
Funds an emergency medical procedue

Open your home to a pet in need

Interested in opening your home (and heart) to a pet in need? Apply to become a PawLife Rescue Group foster today!

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Success stories

Tigger and his two siblings were found under a car, abandoned by their mother. They were only 5 days old. Luckily Lynette found a mother cat who was able to nurse the kittens! All three kittens have been adopted into the same family where they are now thriving!

Lynette & Tigger

Lynette has fostered more than 100 dogs and cats.

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Ninja was 7 years old when his owner could no longer keep him. He waited patiently for his next home, one that suited his personality and understood his breed's temperament. Ninja now lives in his forever home with his Saint Bernard brother.

Ninja

Diamond developed behavioral issues after living in an abusive home. With 24 hours left until she was to euthanized, Lynette rescued Diamond and trained her for over a year to work on her past traumas. Diamond was adopted to a family in Tennessee where she happily lived out the rest of her days.

Diamond

Clyde was on the "euth" list at a high-kill shelter in Miami due to medical concerns. Lynette worked with another rescue to pull Clyde from the Miami shelter and transport him to Largo. As Lynette fostered Clyde, he came out of his shell and his sweet personality shined. Lynette fell in love and officially adopted him – now his medical needs are taken care of and he is living his best life.

Clyde
Your support helps PawLife Rescue Group rescue, rehabilitate, and rehome pets in need.
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