Whether you’re looking for a doggie companion for walks on the beach, or a cat to snuggle with on the sofa, you’ll find your new best friend right here. Whatever your lifestyle, the perfect pet is waiting for you. Learn More
If you love animals and you really want to make a difference, join us at the Florida Keys SPCA as a volunteer. Volunteering at an animal shelter can be a very rewarding experience. There are a number of activities in which you can participate. Learn More
NEW BUILDING FUND
Our community needs a new, modern, clean, healthy shelter complete with adequate kennel space and office space. Please join the campaign efforts and invite us to speak at your civic, neighborhood or social group meetings. Learn More
We broke ground on the new FKSPCA Key West shelter!
We are delighted to announce that we broke ground on the new Key West shelter on Stock Island on Nov. 30. Construction is expected to take 13 months. The animals, staff, 100 volunteers, and the Key West community will finally have the shelter they deserve. Read more.
Happy one-year anniversary to the FKSPCA Marathon Campus!
We are celebrating one year of the FKSPCA Marathon Campus. We are proud to be responsible for animal care services from mile marker zero to 70. View adoptable animals in Marathon: Dogs, Cats, and Small Animals.
Learn the Facts & Protect your Pets from Screwworm Flies
Since a presence of New World screwworm flies was detected in the Lower Keys in early October, we want pet owners to be informed and protect their animals. Click to view information about preventing and identifying screwworms in pets from Dr. Doug Mader, Marathon Veterinary Hospital. Read Questions & Answers, and click to view an Oct. 23 Advisory.
About the FKSPCA
The FKSPCA is a non-profit organization dedicated to the protection of abandoned, unwanted and mistreated companion animals. We provide a clean, safe environment, health care, environmental enrichment and adoption service.
The Florida Keys SPCA is a completely independent, private, not-for-profit organization. We are not under the umbrella of, nor are we funded by the ASPCA or any other national humane organization. While we receive funds from Monroe County under our contract to provide animal control services in our jurisdiction, maintaining the high standards of care we provide for our animals, including veterinary care, and other important programs such as spay/neuter and community outreach can only be accomplished through donations from people like you. Every donation, large and small, is important, needed and much appreciated. Thank you for the part you play in helping us help the animals in our care.