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Contact Information
Gulf Shore Animal League
P.O. Box 14291
Bradenton, FL 34280
Phone: (941) 747-2284
Fax: (941) 776-8321
E-Mail: info@GSALinc.org
Click here for a list of pets at this shelter
Upcoming Event


Pet Photos with Santa

December 6th, 7th, and 14th
11:00 am to 4:00 pm
at Petsmart
4425 14th Street West
(Get directions)

and

December 13th & 20th
11:00 am to 4:00 pm
at Pet Super Market
6908 Manatee Avenue West
(Get directions)

11:00 am to 4:00 pm

$10.00 Donation

All proceeds benefit Gulf Shore Animal League


Featured Pet

Clairese & Cassandra
  • Animal: Cat
  • Breed: Tabby - Orange & White
  • Sex: Female
  • Age: Babies
We are sisters,  Clairese and Cassandra. We were born with eye infections and can see, but there are some scars. We are 14 weeks old, spayed, tested and vaccinated.  We are full of love to share.

Can we come and snuggle with you?

ADOPTIONS SCHEDULE:

Daily: 1:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
         A selection of our adoptable cats & kittens can be seen at
         PetSupermarket
         6908 Manatee Avenue West
         Bradenton, Florida
         (941) 761-0312

Every Sunday:  1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
         PetsMart
         4425 14th Street West
         Bradenton, Florida
         (941) 753-2201

SATURDAYS  OR  SUNDAYS DON'T WORK FOR YOU? -
Call GSAL for an individual appointment and cat adoption consultation.
We have wonderful rescue cats awaiting you.

BARN CATS – Need Mousers? Got Pouncers!
Those that can double as pets as well as those that will not be under foot.
Spayed/Neutered/Vaccinated. 

Call 941-747-2284

Free and low-cost spay/neuter applications will be offered at all events.
See you there!

TRAP NEUTER RETURN LEGISLATION!
At long last, our County Commission, Animal Services, and several other animal welfare organizations are working together with us to enact a new ordinance which is aimed at allowing Trap/Neuter/Release of free-roaming cats in Manatee County. This non-lethal method of population control will enable the whole community to be involved in ending the needless suffering and destruction of thousands of cats each year in Manatee County. Trap, Neuter, Release (TNR) will also reduce and/or eliminate nuisance behaviors of free-roaming cats, negative impact on wildlife, and promote spaying and neutering at a whole new level for Manatee County. The new ordinance is in legal review now and must go through two public hearings before it can be incorporated here in Manatee County. Please watch our site for updates and show your support by dropping a note to your county commissioner, asking him/her to support TNR. You can also show your support by attending the public hearings. Dates for the hearings are not yet determined but will be made available when we have word from the County. For more information on TNR and how it works, visit www.alleycat.org.

CAN’T ADOPT? YOU CAN STILL SAVE A LIFE!
For every litter of kittens born, 5 good homes must be found. Many times these kittens grow up outside, un-neutered, and at five months of age, start producing more kittens.
Cats typically breed three times per year. Do the math – each spay makes a difference!

Help GSAL end the sad situation of unwanted pets in our community. A gift of $30 will neuter and vaccinate one productive male cat. $45 will spay and vaccinate a female.

Click on the “Donate” button on the left side of the screen or send donations to:
Gulf Shore Animal League, PO BOX 14291, Bradenton, FL, 34280. Specify “CATNIP” in the memo section and 100% of your donation will be applied toward spay/neuter services.