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HSTC’s Disaster Relief Fund is a continuing, dedicated fund that is restricted solely to helping homeless animals in our community who’ve been impacted by natural disasters. When disasters strike, whether it’s a hurricane, tornado, flood, wildfire, or other natural emergency, shelter and community pets are left vulnerable and in need of support. This dedicated fund allows us to continue to serve as a necessary resource by providing the shelter, food, and life-saving medical care that these homeless animals need and deserve during an emergency.
In Martin County, we recognize that many pet owners may not want to evacuate their residence or leave their pets behind in the case of an emergency evacuation. Martin County Emergency Management, in conjunction with the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast, has planned for a Domestic Pet Sheltering Program for Martin County residents. Through this program Humane Society of the Treasure Coast will house your pet at their facility for residents who are recommended or ordered to evacuate.
Space is limited! The Humane Society of the Treasure Coast can only house approximately 150 animals in addition to what is currently at the shelter. Due to this limited capacity within our shelter, we require pre-registration for all animals we board. Complete the online form below to pre-register your pets for our domestic pet shelter!
Please note that these registrations are kept on file for one calendar year, so make sure to pre-register your pets every year in case of an emergency or disaster.
You must also submit copies of the following medical material for your pet:
Please submit the required medical material to HSTC via:
The Humane Society of the Treasure Coast will begin boarding pets for First Responders as soon as they are called into active duty. We will begin boarding pets for those in evacuation zones once the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) officially declares an emergency and begins the evacuation of people in designated evacuation zones.
For additional hurricane information in Martin County, please click HERE, where you can familiarize yourself with the Hurricane Guide, Evacuation Routes, CodeRED Emergency Alert Sign-Up and more.
Below you can find some helpful contact information in the event of a hurricane or disaster:
Central Thrift Store:
2585 SE Federal Hwy., Stuart, FL 34994
North Thrift Store:
1099 NW 21st St., Stuart, FL 34994