Photos by Dawna Moore Photography
three beautiful, healthy, happy cats are graduates of our Trap/Neuter/Return-to-Caregiver Program. They live in downtown Fernandina Beach where professional photographer Dawna Moore is one of the caring people who give these cats love and affection. Dawna says, "These cats live behind my work. They are super sweet and love attention! Grey Kitty lets me love him up a bit before I feed him now! Cats Angels TNR program is wonderful."
Low Cost Spay/Neuter for ALL Cats and Dogs in Nassau County! Transportation is provided from Callahan.
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Low Cost Spay/Neuter Program
Cats Angels transports cats, kittens, dogs and puppies to First Coast No More Homeless Pets (I-95 & Norwood Avenue, Jacksonville) every Wednesday for lower cost spay/neuter services. First Coast No More Homeless Pets is a low cost, high volume facility that services animals from Jacksonville and surrounding communities.
Here is how the program works: Call Cats Angels at 321-2267 and leave a message to make an appointment or for current pricing on spay/neuter services and vaccinations. Bring your cat or kitten in a carrier to Cats Angels at 709 S. 8th Street in Fernandina Beach between 4 and 5 PM on Tuesday afternoon. Pet cats are transported in carriers. If you have a dog or puppy, special transport is needed. Please contact us for more information.
Cats Angels strongly suggests that your pet have at least one set of vaccinations (FVRCP for cats, DHPP for dogs) at least 7 to 10 days before surgery and we can assist you with those vaccinations. All cats receive rabies and FVRCP vaccinations, flea and worming treatment.
The animals are taken to First Coast No More Homeless Pets for spay/neuter surgery on Wednesday morning and brought back to Cats Angels Wednesday evening. Cats are kept for recovery overnight and are ready for pickup on Thursday morning.
Our TNR Program helps control the population of feral cats in certain areas by spaying/neutering the cats and then returning them to their environment to lead healthier, safer lives. We can assist with trapping feral cats—please call to make arrangements. Once trapped, feral cats are transported in cages to First Coast No More Homeless Pets in Jacksonville. All cats receive rabies and FVRCP vaccinations, flea and worming treatment.
Feral cats, and domesticated cats who will be living outdoors, will have one ear tipped to signify they have been sterilized and vaccinated.
Read about two of our TNR projects below.