Trap, Neuter and Return

FHS Animal Services officers educate the public about Trap, Neuter, and Return when they can. They sometimes even provide trapping and transportation for the cats.

Trap, Neuter, and Return - TNR as it’s typically called - is the only humane and effective way to reduce population numbers. Let our highly trained team help educate you today as to all the many benefits of feral/community cat population control in your neighborhood.

Feral cats must come in a trap or they will not be accepted. This is to ensure the safety of our medical staff. Each cat will receive spay/neuter service, mandatory ear notch, rabies and FVRCP vaccines. Additional services, such as FELV/FIV testing may be purchased additionally.

Flagler Humane Society will also be holding walk-in monthly feral cat clinics every last Sunday of the month to the first 30 cats to show up. Drop off times are 8am-9am. There is no limit on how many you can bring.

There is 2020's schedule:
January 26
February 23
March 29
April 26
May 31
June 28
July 26
August 30
September 27
October 25
November 29
December 27

Appointments for feral TNR surgeries can also be made with our front office for Tuesdays (limit 2 cats per person) only 4 slots available.

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