Aspcas adoption center in Miami, Florida, opened on Tuesday to help rescue and adopt homeless dogs and cats.
It was the second adoption center to open for homeless dogs in the city this year, according to a press release.
The facility, which was founded in March of this year by local entrepreneur, Aspca founder Nathan Aspciadis, aims to “support the pets of the homeless population, providing them with food, shelter, medical care, and the basic necessities of life.”
According to the press release, Aspcanas shelter is home to “one of the largest homeless shelters in the United States,” and it was recently renovated to include new medical and mental health facilities.
Aspidas mission statement states, “Our mission is to be the largest rescue and adoption center dedicated to homeless animals in the US, where we provide them with shelter, food, medical and social support, and help them get out of the shelter and find a new home.”
AsPca is a non-profit that was founded by Aspcapas founder Nathan Aspccadis in March 2017.
The nonprofit was set up to help the animals of the citys homeless population.
Aspacas first shelter opened in October 2017 and is currently housing 3,000 dogs and 20 cats.
The shelter is open every day except from Tuesday through Sunday from 11am-3pm.