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Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
455 Cheney Highway
Titusville Florida 32780
(321) 269-0536

Fee Waived Adoptions at SPCA's Open House

November 15, 2018 – Titusville, Florida – Are you looking for a new best friend? Now is a great time to adopt a dog or cat for free. This Saturday, the SPCA of Brevard is hosting its Fall in Love Holiday Bazaar and Adoption Event at its Adoption center located at 6035 Sisson Road in Titusville from 10 am until 2 pm.  There will be vendors with holiday gifts, food trucks, pet related vendors, and best of all, fee-waived adoptions for dogs over six months and for all cats and kittens.

"Our shelter is bursting at the seams with amazing dogs and cats looking for homes.  We are excited to be able to offer fee-waived adoptions with this fantastic promotion," said Susan Naylor, public relations coordinator for SPCA of Brevard.

To preview adoptable pets at SPCA of Brevard, visit From playful youngsters to sweet seniors, pets from the SPCA are fixed, vaccinated and micro-chipped.  For more information, call 321-567-3615.

SPCA to Host 007 Casino Night
First Ever Nonprofit Event to be held at Space Coast Executive Airport

007 SPCA Casino Night
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Titusville, FL (October 18, 2018) -- The SPCA of Brevard is gearing up to host its first ever 007 Casino Night on Saturday, November 10, 2018.  In true James Bond style, this exclusive fundraiser will be the first nonprofit event hosted by U.S. Aviation Training Solutions Inc. in one of the hangars at the Space Coast Executive Airport in Titusville. 

Guests will have the opportunity to play craps, roulette, blackjack, and more throughout the evening with play money in a "secret casino" surrounded by glitzy airplanes and helicopters.  Live entertainment, hors d'oeuvres, cash bar, and raffles are just part of the evening's plans.  In addition, a live auction for a one hour ride for up to 3 passengers, sight-seeing tour in a Diamond DA42 Twin Star with departure from the Space Coast Executive Airport, will be up for grabs!

 "We are thrilled to be able to host our first event outside of our company and are excited to partner with the SPCA with hopes to have an incredibly successful fundraiser for the homeless pets in our community," said U.S. Aviation Training Solutions, director of operations, Chad Copeland.

Event proceeds benefit the SPCA of Brevard and the care for the over 400 animals in its care.  Tickets are $75 each and may be purchased online at  Sponsorship opportunities are still available with perks for attending sponsors.  For more information, contact Susan Naylor at 321-567-3615 ext. 248.

SPCA of Brevard to Offer Hurricane Michael Relief
Nonprofit organization to hold supply drive & rescue animals in need

Brevard County, FL (October 15, 2018) – The aftermath and cleanup efforts for Hurricane Michael are underway in Florida's Panhandle and Brevard County groups are aiming to help. On Thursday, the SPCA of Brevard and Donovan Productions plans to head to the Panhandle with human and pet donations in tow and bring back animals in need of rescue to Brevard County.

Human donations such as toiletries, diapers, first aid items, canned goods, and water are needed. Pet supplies, including dog and cat food, cat litter, and leashes are also being collected. Donations can be dropped off at the following locations until Wednesday:

  • Brevard County Sheriff's Animal Services South Animal Care Center located at 5100 W Eau Gallie Blvd, Melbourne, FL 32934
  • The Irish Pub & Eatery located at 125 Harrison Street, Titusville, FL 32780
  • SPCA of Brevard Adoption Center located at 6035 Sisson Road, Titusville, FL, 32780
  • Additionally, in order to make space for the animals being saved from the hurricane zone, the SPCA is requesting that the public adopt or temporarily foster pets currently in their care – with a specific focus on dogs. The shelter has saved over 30 dogs from shelters affected by Hurricane Florence and pre-emptively rescued from the path of Hurricane Michael.

    "We're overfilled right now with dogs and we need to move some of the amazing pups we currently have, even temporarily, in order to make space for more dogs who desperately need our help," said executive director, Angie Friers. 

    Adoption fees for all dogs over 30 lbs are just $10 right now and it doesn't cost anything to foster. People who are willing to temporarily open their home to a dog at the SPCA can stop by the shelter during business hours or call the foster coordinator at 321-567-3615 ext 242 for more information. The SPCA provides food and medical care for any pet that is being fostered. All the foster family provides is the home and love.

    For a list of adoptable pets, please visit or stop by the adoption center located at 6035 Sisson Road in Titusville.

    Brevard Shelters to Rescue Dogs from Hurricane Florence
    SPCA of Brevard & Brevard Humane Society team up to save lives

    Brevard County, FL (September 19, 2018) -- The aftermath of Hurricane Florence has left many homeless pets needing safe refuge, including pets that were in South Carolina shelters prior to the storm. With the influx of new animals coming to these shelters, the lives of pets that had been there prior to the storm are in danger. 

    The SPCA of Brevard and Brevard Humane Society are teaming up to save the lives of dogs in two South Carolina Shelters this week in both Sumter and Manning South Carolina. "Florida knows what it's like to be hit by a major storm and to struggle," said SPCA executive director Angie Friers, "we are happy to have the means to help out these other shelters. Teaming up with the Brevard Humane Society to go get these dogs is lifesaving teamwork at its finest!"

    The two organizations will be leaving Thursday morning and returning on Friday with dogs from two separate shelters. All dogs will receive full veterinary care and be spayed or neutered by either the SPCA or the Humane Society before being placed for adoption. 

    "The dogs we will be taking were at these shelters prior to the storm, and we will be making room at those shelters for new refugees by bringing these pets back with us," said Humane Society executive director Theresa Clifton. 

    Once dogs are vetted and available for adoption, they will be listed on each organization's website. Please visit or

    Brevard Assistance for Animals in the Path of Hurricane Florence
    SPCA needs help adopting current shelter pets in order to make room

    (Titusville, Florida) As Hurricane Florence makes landfall in the Carolinas, the SPCA of Brevard is making preparations to assist in the rescue and placement of animals affected by this catastrophe. The SPCA has already preemptively pulled 11 dogs and several cats from shelters in South Carolina, but we need to do more.

    In order to make that happen, the shelter needs to move some of the animals here the adoption center out into loving, adoptive homes.

    For the next few days, adopt ANY animal (excluding puppies under four months old) for just $20. The goal is to get at least 12 large dogs adopted to make kennel space for those that will need it early next week.

    "Visit the SPCA today until 5pm, tomorrow from 10a-3p or Sunday from 12p-3p and find a new family member! Not only will you be giving them an amazing new life, you'll be saving the life of a hurricane victim by emptying a kennel," said Angie Frier, executive director.

    The SPCA of Brevard Adoption center is located at 6035 Sisson Road in Titusville and phone number is 321-567-3615. All available animals can be found online at Media contact: Susan Naylor - 321-917-9501

    Attached photos are a few dogs recently rescued from South Carolina.

    Three of the dogs rescued from South Carolina  

    About SPCA of Brevard
          The SPCA of Brevard, Inc. is a private, non-profit organization with the mission of "protecting and providing a voice to the homeless animals." Founded in 1979 in Titusville, Florida, the SPCA is the largest private no-kill animal rescue group in Brevard, finding homes for more than 1800 animals a year. It is the first adoption facility with free-roaming cat rooms in the County, allowing adopters to interact with cats in a more home-like setting. The SPCA of North Brevard Clinic also provides reduced-price vaccines to the public and has performed more than 50,000 low-cost spay/neuter surgeries since 1999.
          For more information, visit

    Susan Naylor
    Public Relations Coordinator
    SPCA of Brevard, Inc.
    6035 Sisson Road, Titusville, FL 32780
    321-917-9501 (mobile)
    321-567-3615 ext 248 (office)

    Susan Naylor
    321-501-7696 (mobile)
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