FREE FELINE SPAY/NEUTER: In observance of National Feral Cat Day (October 16) and National Cat Day (October 29) Animal
Guardians of Brevard and H.O.P.E. are sponsoring "Fix a Feral or Family Feline"for two weeks starting October 16, 2016.
Animal Guardians and H.O.P.E. will sponsor the spay or neuter of 100 cats. Owned (house) cats of lower income pet owners or feral/community cats will
be sterilized for FREE at the SPCA of Brevard or Brevard Spay-Neuter Clinic. Rabies (1 year) and distemper (FVRCP) shots will be included at
no additional charge for cats who need them. A limit on the number of cats per household or caregiver may be imposed based on available resources.
Brevard County suffers from the consequences of severe animal overpopulation problem due to a lack of homes for all of them. The only solution is
sterilization to prevent unwanted kittens from being born and growing up into unwanted cats. Space is limited and will be by appointment only.
Donations to the underwriters of this event are most welcome: Animal Guardians of Brevard or H.O.P.E.
To schedule an appointment please contact one of the participating clinics:
SPCA of North Brevard 321-269-0536
Brevard Spay and Neuter Clinic (South Brevard) 321-724-1141
For more information please contact HOPE (hopeforbrevard *at* gmail.com) or Animal Guardians of Brevard.
SPCA of North Brevard spcanorthbrevard.com
Brevard Spay and Neuter Clinic brevardsnc.com
Helping Overpopulation of Pets End hopeforbrevard.org
Animal Guardians of Brevard animalguardiansofbrevard.org
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Our Mission Helping Overpopulation of Pets End (HOPE), is here to educate the public about the problem
and put an end to
unwanted animals in Brevard County Florida. Too many animals are euthanized in the shelters in Brevard County.
Brevard should strive to become a no-kill County, doing all it can to find homes for the animals in need.
We assist low income residents of Brevard County FL with low cost/no cost spay/neuter, TNR, and emergency vet care.
We foster animals in order to help abandoned, homeless, and stray animals find permanent and loving homes.
We educate all people on proper pet care.
Support can happen in many forms! Which works best for you? H.O.P.E. is all-volunteer
run, donations and volunteers are how we accomplish our mission. Your support matters! We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
2015 Spotlight (as of early Dec): We have helped almost 750 animals in our foster
network, and of
those - 500 were saved from the shelter. In addition we have helped 950 animals in the community in some form (shots, spay/neuter,