F.L.U.F.F. Animal Rescue
(Foster & Love Furry Friends)
of Seminole, Pinellas county,
and Tampa Bay, Florida
FLUFF exists to save lives and make a difference! Through community awareness, assistance, education and rescue, we aim to confront animal over-population and shelter over-crowding. We are a foster-based community rescue
(a 501c3 public not-for-profit charity).
At this time, FLUFF has a strong preference for adopting dogs to homes within the state of Florida. If you live elsewhere, we suggest checking with your local shelters/rescues for an adoptable pup.
Pet-Friendly Thrift Store NOW OPEN!
Destined to be one of the best Thrift Stores you'll find in Seminole and Pinellas county! With our ever-changing inventory of low-priced and unique items and adoptable furry-friends, you are certain to find a treasure that you must take home with you! And who knows... maybe you'll also meet your new best friend! All proceeds from your purchase go directly to helping animals and the programs at FLUFF Animal Rescue.
Our Thrift store is currently collecting and restoring a variety of gently used up-cycled items that are donated by our amazing community, including clothing in all sizes, shoes, accessories, jewelry, furniture, linens, art and crafting supplies, and housewares. Shop and save lives!!
Boutique Style Thift Shop & and so much More!
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Thrift Store Hours - NOW OPEN!
Monday – Saturday, 10:00 AM-6:00 PM
NOW accepting donations!
Pickup service available
Located at 11220 Park Blvd, Seminole
(in the former BARK LIFE Storefront)
VisionWorks Plaza across from Seminole City Center)
Pet Population Facts
Approximately 7.6 million companion animals enter animal shelters nationwide every year. Of those, approximately 3.9 million are dogs and 3.4 million are cats.
Each year, approximately 2.7 million animals are euthanized (1.2 million dogs and 1.4 million cats).
Approximately 2.7 million shelter animals are adopted each year (1.4 million dogs and 1.3 million cats).
About 649,000 animals who enter shelters as strays are returned to their owners. Of those, 542,000 are dogs and only 100,000 are cats.
Of the dogs entering shelters, approximately 35% are adopted, 31% are euthanized and 26% of dogs who came in as strays are returned to their owner.
Of the cats entering shelters, approximately 37% are adopted, 41% are euthanized, and less than 5% of cats who came in as strays are returned to their owners.
Source: Pet Statistics - ASPCA