Join the Osceola County Animal Services this Saturday, April 27, 2019, for the 7th Annual Community Appreciation Day at 3910 Old Canoe Creek Rd, St. Cloud! This Free Outdoor Event is from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm with extended adoption hours until 5:00 pm! Come and join the Osceola County Animal Services for adoption specials and all sorts of family-friendly fun! Learn more about the shelter and support the animals, with adoption specials, animal rescue groups, animal training demonstrations, and much more!

There will be Free Mini Veterinarian Camp for kids ages 3 – 12, first come, first serve so make sure to sign up in person on the day of the event! The times available for the Mini Veterinarian Camp are 10:30 am, 11:30 am, 12:30 pm, or 1:30 pm. Camp Participants will receive a goodie bag and get to learn why it’s so important for their pets to see a veterinarian. Kids will get to “Suit up” as a junior veterinarian and take a tour of the veterinary suite at the shelter. Limited spots are available so be sure to come early to the event and sign up at the entrance gates!

“Our annual community appreciation day is about bringing our community together to raise awareness for the homeless pets in need in Osceola County. We encourage everyone in our community to come and enjoy the event’s free activities, bring their families, learn more about your local animal shelter, and maybe even find your next forever family member!”

– Tami Solano, Community Outreach and Volunteer Coordinator for the Osceola County Animal Services

The mission of the Osceola County Animal Services is to provide the best care possible to animals that come to its shelter regardless of circumstance, to be diligent in our efforts to save lives and to educate and assist the community with animal-related problems. They work to reduce threats posed by animals to public safety through proactive enforcement, education, assistance, and prevention based programs.

Staff and volunteers will be available to go over the foster program which aims to provide a loving environment for kittens, cats, and sometimes dogs that may be too small for adoption, recovering from a procedure, needs to be hand feed or is displaying behavioral issues. The fostering assignment normally lasting from three to six weeks. Some of the fosters are special needs animals and may need a little extra love and care.

Thanks to the Osceola County Animal Services the fosters don’t need to worry about necessary supplies, food, and medical needs, all of that be provided.  The team of staff and volunteers at Osceola County Animal Services will be available for advice and moral support during the foster journey.

With over 106 animals currently at the shelter, Osceola County Animal Serives needs your help! There are 25 dogs and 12 cats that are available for adoption today. If you are interested in adoption please visit and remember to check back often because the numbers do change based on adoptions. The website is in real time and updates as soon as pets are ready for adoption and when pets find their new home.  

The Osceola County Animal Services continues to make a positive difference in Osceola County by providing the best care possible to animals that come to its shelter and finding them a forever home.