Monday, March 4, 2013

Busch Gardens and the Humane Society of Tampa Bay Partner to Promote Adoptions


Attention pet lovers! Busch Gardens® Tampa Bay has joined forces with the Humane Society of Tampa Bay to raise adoption awareness for homeless animals. Busch Gardens will give two complimentary single-day admission tickets to pet lovers who adopt a new dog or cat from Humane Society of Tampa Bay 3607 N. Armenia Ave. Tampa, FL 33607.

I adopted my cat Boo 9 years ago and could not imagine my life without him. I was not a cat person prior to getting Boo. I grew up with Dachshunds my entire life. Yet I was too busy with work to have a dog. So I got a self sufficient kitty who thinks he is a dog. I cannot imagine my life without this monkey.
Busch Gardens’ has long supported local animal shelters by providing homes, and a second chance at life, for abandoned and neglected animals. Considered by many to be “untrainable,” these adopted animals now steal the stage - and fans’ hearts - as stars in the parks’ popular show “Critter Castaways.”
Busch Gardens' most famous adoptee, Mtani, a Labrador-retriever mix, joined the Busch Gardens family in 2011 to become life-long friends to Kasi the cheetah after the baby cheetah was orphaned. Since coming to the park, the cheetah and dog have lived together at Cheetah Run.
This is the fourth region to launch the Happy Tails program, started by SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment®. The program has helped thousands of dogs and cats find loving homes in the communities and neighborhoods surrounding SeaWorld® Orlando, SeaWorld® San Antonio, SeaWorld® San Diego and Busch Gardens® Williamsburg.

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  1. I am so proud to work for Busch Gardens because of programs like this that support animal adoptions. Thank you for posting about this!

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