ANIMAL GUARDIANS OF BREVARD - (321) 759-2999
981 E. Eau Gallie Blvd., Suite E, PMB #102, Melbourne, FL 32937
Promoting responsible, lifetime pet guardianship through education, counseling, and accessible, affordable sterilization. We strive to increase awareness of companion animal overpopulation and promote or participate in any activities that will improve the well-being of homeless, neglected, abandoned, and unwanted animals. Financial assistance is available to eligible Pet Guardians. www.animalguardiansofbrevard.org firstname.lastname@example.org
BREVARD SPAY NEUTER CLINIC - (321) 724-1141
2410 Malabar Road, Malabar FL 32950
Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays 8am to 5 pm
Call for an Appointment - Feral Cats Welcome
FLORIDA AID TO ANIMALS LOW-COST SPAY/NEUTER MEDICAL FACILITY - (321) 242-9826 741 Creel Street, Melbourne, FL; Monday-Friday 8am - 3:45 pm, Wednesday till 6 pm.
HOPE FOR BREVARD - 321-271-4041
P. O. Box 372283, Satellite Beach FL 32937
Web site: www.hopeforbrevard.org
We assist low-income residents of Brevard County FL with low-cost/no-cost spay/neuter, TNR, and emergency vet care
SPACE COAST FELINE NETWORK - (321) 631-SPAY (7729)
PO Box 624, Cocoa, FL 32923
No e-mail is available. Visit Web site to leave a message or call the help line.
Low-cost spay/neuter for feral cats in managed colonies in Brevard County. Current cost is $40 with some occasional
donated funds. This is a volunteer group that assists the spay/neuter of cats for TNR (Trap/Neuter/Return) of feral cats
in managed colonies in Brevard County. www.spacecoastfelinenetwork.com
VILLAGE ANIMAL HOSPITAL - (321) 725-9770
1340 Palm Bay Road, Palm Bay, FL 32905
Often shows financial consideration for individuals requesting spay/neuter, and medical help for pets being fostered or taken in as extras.
Low-Cost Spay & Neuter Services
"Fix a Kitty" Cat Sterilization Program
Animal Guardians of Brevard and the SPCA of North Brevard are continuing to co-sponsor the "Fix a Kitty" Cat Sterilization Program at the SPCA in Titusville. Cats belonging to low-income people will be sterilized for just $20.00 at the SPCA. Rabies (1 year) and distemper (FVRCP) shots are included at no additional charge for cats who need them.
Like the rest of the nation, Brevard County suffers from the consequences of a severe animal overpopulation problem. Most of the cats admitted to Brevard County's shelters are euthanized - killed - because there are not enough homes for them. The only solution is sterilization to prevent these unwanted kittens from being born and growing up to be unwanted cats.
This Program is open to all financially eligible, low-income cat guardians. Appointments are required. For more information please contact the SPCA of North Brevard at 321-269-0536 or visit them at www.spcanorthbrevard.com, or visit Animal Guardians of Brevard at www.animalguardiansofbrevard.org .