Frightened pup left tied to bench outside rescue organization with heartbreaking note

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At the SPCA of Brevard Adoption Center in Florida, the staff was greeted on Thursday morning by a frightened little pup who had been left tied to the bench outside of the building. A note was taped alongside of him.

Hi, my name is Blaze. I’m hoping someon e will take good care of me. see my parents couldn’t afford me anymore and didn’t know what else to do. I need a haircut and i have fleas real bad. all my shots are upto date. I was born October 31, 2019.


Heartbreaking situations like this are not uncommon, and rescue organizations are trying to do everything they can to help and reunite pets with their humans. Grant funders and donors have been working overtime to provide the help and funding needed to make these reunions possible.

And in turn, the SPCA of Brevard Adoption has responded to Blaze’s owner and hopes that social media, friends and family will share the following message to help reunite this sweet dog with his family.

Hi Blaze’s parents:

blaze greeted our staff this morning when they came to work and has been a fantastic little guy. We’ve given him food, a bath and flea medication to help kill off those fleas. he is a total sweetheard, so we totally understand you wanting the best for him. we know that leaving him had to be incredibly difficult for you.


The rescue organization continued their message asking that the owner(s) reach out to them at 321.567.3615 ext. 284 or even just send a private message through Facebook. Help is available for medication, food and Blaze’s needs in order to keep everyone together.

For those in the community that are able to help in their mission to keep pets with their families, here’s how you can help. First, you can donate food to the Community Pet Project. Any brand works. We are able to help people that need assistance feeding their pets when we have food in our pantry. From one bag to a huge shipment of food, this goes to families in our community. The other way is to donate directly to the Community Pet Project. This allows the organization to have funds available to help with medical issues with owned pets that may otherwise result in the family surrendering their loved pet.

You can do this at and click on the “Community Pet Project” selection.

Many thanks for everyone sharing.

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