TEARS Final Logo


T.E.A.R.S. of Seminole County

Together Every Animal Receives Support

Tears Inc. is a volunteer driven, 501c3 non-profit organization
founded to support abused, abandoned, and relinquished animals throughout central Florida.

Our Mission:

To work in unison with Seminole County Animal Services, and with other local shelters and groups, to improve both the quality of life and shelter living conditions for these animals and the prospect of starting a new life in a new forever home or foster home. Our goal will be achieved through charitable fund-raising events, community education of the need to spay/neuter pets and through support of adoption events. TEARS Inc. encourages respect, compassion and kindness to all animals everywhere. 


Urgent Need

Rena1Meet Rena!
In her short life of 8 months she has found herself at Seminole County Animal Services as a stray twice. This last time she was found after being hit by a car. Her owners were contacted but since they could not afford a vet expense, they signed her back to SCAS. TEARS was called to come help! Rena is on her way to Seminole Animal Hospital and in the care of Dr. Mole. We’ll know more soon on the extent of her damages but we believe she may have a broken leg/hip bone. Please consider helping us with her vet expenses and make a donation in her name. Thank you!

News & Events


Share the Love for Valentines and ADOPT your new fur-ever friend!

2.7.2015 10am-3pm.
Come on out to Mastro Subaru and meet some great adoptable dogs and cats from Seminole County Animal Services.

Wacky Yappy Hour!

2.25.2015  4-6pm
TEARS will be on site at Pet Paradise in Sanford hosting a Wacky Yappy Hour!

Altamonte Petco Adoptions!

Looking for a special kitty and want to adopt? Or want to adopt a dog but feel overwhelmed visiting the shelter?


See More On Our Events Page:


Facebook Feed


Make a Donation


Can’t adopt but want to make a difference in the life of a homeless pet?    THANK YOU!!


Subscribe to our E Newsletter!

Get Involved!

Contact us to see how you can make a difference in the life of a homeless animal.