The Flagler Humane Society, Community Cats of Palm Coast, and several caring citizens have dedicated many hours in assisting community cats, and we want to share some exciting news! The Flagler Humane Society has received a $25,000 grant from Florida Animal Friends to actively TNR (trap/neuter/return) community cats in Flagler Beach. This grant will provide all spay/neuter & rabies vaccines at no cost to residents who want to assist in trapping and treating the cats in their neighborhood.
There is an overabundance of community cats in all communities and Flagler Beach is no exception. Community cats are those living outdoors full-time, whether feral or domestic cats released outside. In most communities at least 50% of animals entering shelters are cats and on average three out of every 10 cats leave alive. The Flagler Humane Society has until September 2014 to spay and neuter 625 community cats, so let’s go save lives!
Please see the downloads below to learn how you can assist. You will find a flyer you can post around Flagler Beach to help promote this important project, the medical certificate needed when bringing in cats to either FHS or Shelton Veterinarian Clinic located in Bunnell, trapping instructions, a trap loan agreement if you wish to borrow a trap from FHS (note you will need to visit 1 Shelter Drive to check out a trap whiles supplies last), and cat recovery and discharge information.
For more information or assistance contact:
- FHS at 386-445-1814 or email@example.com
- Community Cats of Palm Coast at 386-237-7690 or Elizabeth@communitycatspc.org
TNR Grant Documents
- TNR Flyer (PDF)
- Feral Cat Trapping Instructions (PDF)
- Feral Cat Discharge & Recovery Information (PDF)
- Community Cat TNR Medical Certificate (PDF)
- Trap Rental Agreement (PDF)