The animals were rescued from the Grand Bahama Humane Society, just 80 nautical miles west of Palm Beach County. The shelter recently had a successful spay/neuter clinic sterilizing hundreds of animals but also were on the receiving end of over 100 puppies being surrendered by the public or humanely trapped. Our visit to the shelter was a true eye opener. Big Hearts 4 Paws had a hard time making decisions on which animals we could take and help. We chose a pregnant mom dog that will be ready to deliver shortly in the comfort of a home environment vs a concrete cell or worse and our 12 new puppies are a variety of colors/sizes/ages. The pups will be looking for homes in the near future. We need more foster families and foster homes, plain and simple. If you would like more information on any of the animals shown in the photos please email us! Our message from the animals to the public…Volunteer/Foster/Adopt… Adopt/Foster/Volunteer.