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Pets in the Area Who Need a New Home

The SPCA of Brevard wants every pet to have safe and loving home. This page serves as an outlet for owners to try to find that loving home without having to turn them into a shelter. The animals listed here are not SPCA pets and we have not verified any information given to us. Please contact the owners directly with any questions. We hope all the pets listed find their forever homes. ( Area Pet Disclaimer )
Note to anyone posting a loved pet on this page – the SPCA has recently experienced incidents where “adopters” took home animals from our shelter with the express intent to sell these animals on Craigslist or other online sites. Most animal lovers would never engage in such a cruel action, however, some people may misrepresent themselves in an attempt to obtain a desirable animal that they could then sell for a profit. This notice is posted to make pet owners aware of the potential for this type of behavior and to assist them in making the best choice for the future of their beloved pet.



Mammas needs a forever home. In 2015 when she was found, a Vet stated she was about 14 yes old due to the condition of her teeth and her severe malnutrition, she was only 4.2 lbs. She grew and had her babies in May. When she and the kittens went to be spayed, that Vet said she was only around 7 yrs old. She had had a severe gum infection and tooth loss when she was found and had had it for so long that unfortunately, her remaining teeth were not salvagable, so Mammas doesn't have any teeth. However, this doesn't stop her from eating dry food.
She is a beautiful tortoise kitty. She loves to play. The jingle balls are her favorite. She likes to climb on the cat tree and sun herself on windowsills. She's great about scratching her claws on the cat tree or on the carboard scratchers. She likes to lay on your lap. She is very soft spoken. So much so you can barely hear her meow. The exception is if she's in the car. She makes sure you know how she feels about that. We have dogs (10-65 lbs) and she's fine once she warms up to them. She's even been known to groom our medium sized dog (45 lb). She has very soft hair. Please contact me if you can give her a loving forever home: Christine, text 321-394-1874, or email (posted 9/18)



My older good friend has a pitbull named Billy who is 4 1/2 years old, and she has been spayed, and is up to date on her vaccinations she does not like cats and is not good with kids either or small dogs. Other than that she is spoiled rotten has been an inside dog mostly and she is happiest in her own recliner eating tapioca pudding. She has been around her disabled daughter the whole time also who is older. She also will sleep in the bed with you if you let her, and will help eat your asparagus if you drop any. Really sweet dog. She Needs a good home and lots of love and affection. She really needs to find her a home by Friday if possible. She really doesn't want to have to put her down. My name is Tony my email is Phone number is 407-719-6339 (posted 9/18)





Jesse is a 1 year old female of mix breed. She is mischievous, loves water and running in the yard. Good on leash and knows basic commands. She is house broken but currently has access to the yard at all times. Jesse is 55 lbs, is spayed, microchipped and current on all vaccinations. She is friendly with children and other dogs but does get aggressive when fence running (I have a chain link fence). I would suggest no neighboring dogs or a solid fence. Jesse is the last of a litter of 9 I fostered last summer. I kept her for a friend who can not now take her. She is very affectionate but will need regular exercise or a yard to run in. Please contact me if you can give her a loving forever home: Dianne Tyson 321-446-6858. (posted 8/18)



Kane is approximately 2.5-3 years old. He isneutered and up to date on vaccines. Kane has never been around young children, just around kids when he is being walked and mostly older children. Would question very young children unless well introduced. Would have to be introduced to other dogs and go slowly, do not know if he would be okay with cats. He is a rescue, had him approximately almost 2 years. Have to take it slow with him, he's a little skittish. Housebroken, walks on a leash well every day, protective of the house, knows "Sit" "Lay Down", likes his treats. Please call 407-468-1006 or email if interested. (posted 7/18)




Ozzie is about four years old. He is FIV positive and is very sweet to people. No idea if he likes other cats but he does not like dogs. He is neutered, up to date on shots and has his claws. Please contact if interested. (posted 7/18)




Momma is about 4 years old. She is FeLV/FIV neg, up to date on vaccines and spayed. She was rescued along with her two kittens, Raven and Julius. She is a little shy but warms ups once she knows you and loves to be petted and brushed. She has never been around dogs or children so I am not sure how she would react. Please contact David Finley at or 321-609-0063 if interested. (posted 6/18)





Julius is 2.5 years old and was also rescued along with his mother and sister. He is FeLV/FIV neg, up to date on vaccines and neutered. He is very attached to his mother and they need to be adopted together. He is a bit skittish around strangers and needs a special, understanding and quiet home. He can be easily startled and needs a very quiet situation. He has a very unique and beautiful coat. Please contact David Finley at or 321-609-0063 if interested. (posted 6/18)





Raven is a female, about 2.5 years old. She was rescued along with her mother and brother. She is also a little shy initially but is very friendly and loves to be petted and brushed. She has never been around dogs or children. Raven is more independent than her mother or brother and would be adoptable on her own. If you like black cats, she is a beauty!) Please contact David Finley at or 321-609-0063 if interested. (posted 6/18)






Area Pet Disclaimer: Pets shown on this page are not in the SPCA adoption program. We are providing their information in an effort to help place them in new homes. Please note that the information here was provided to the SPCA of Brevard by each pet’s owner(s). No one from the SPCA of Brevard has met or evaluated any of these pets, nor have we confirmed the accuracy of the information we were provided. As with all prospective pets, you should take reasonable steps to evaluate the suitability of a particular pet for your home and family. The SPCA of Brevard hereby disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied (including without limitation any implied warranty of fitness, fitness for a particular purpose and/or merchantability) concerning the accuracy, completeness, reliability of the information concerning any pet or the suitability for any particular circumstance of any pet listed here for rehoming.

If you would like to post your pet on our Community Pets page please send an email to with a picture in jpg format (no larger than 1MB), a short description including pet's name, and your contact information. All pets must be spayed or neutered before they can be posted. Your post will remain on the site for 30 days. If you do place your pet please contact to remove your post.