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Florida's Dogs, Cats, and Manatees

In the compelling episode of AnimalZone viewers are taken on a journey across various locations in Florida, highlighting the dedicated efforts of individuals and organizations making a significant impact on the lives of animals in need.

The episode begins in Miami, where Cheryl Jackson spearheads the Redland Rock Pit Abandoned Dog Project. Focusing on feeding feral dogs, cats, and even ducks in the Miami-Dade area, Cheryl, along with volunteers and donors, has played a crucial role in improving the lives of abandoned animals. The episode delves into the workings of this project, illustrating how community support can make a substantial difference in the well-being of animals left without a home.

Moving to Palm Beach County, viewers are introduced to Ashley Miller of Mutty Paws Rescue during an adoption event at Coastal Karma Brewery. Mutty Paws Rescue is dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating, and providing medical treatment for animals on death row in Palm Beach County and its surrounding areas. The episode captures the heartwarming moments of adoptions and emphasizes the importance of organizations like Mutty Paws Rescue in giving animals a second chance at a happy and healthy life.

The narrative then shifts to the David A. Straz Manatee Critical Care Center at Zoo Tampa at Lowry Park. This non-profit acute care facility is the first of its kind, specifically dedicated to providing critical care for wild manatees. As one of the four federally permitted manatee rehabilitation centers in Florida, the center has been instrumental in the care and rehabilitation of over 400 manatees since 1991. The episode showcases the dedication of the manatee care and veterinary team, highlighting their efforts in reintroducing more than 230 manatees into Florida waters.

"Florida's Dogs, Cats, and Manatees" brings together stories of compassion, resilience, and conservation, showcasing the tireless work of individuals and organizations striving to make a positive impact on the lives of animals in Florida.

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