There are a few Veterinarians in our area that choose to work with ferals. We know of excellent practices that will perform spay/neuter on feral cats. The animal must be trapped and in an
appropriate trap/carrier when taken to the Vet or clinic on spay day. Arrangements must be made with the Vet or clinic prior to spay day as food should be witheld prior to the surgery. Contact the
practice for instructions and scheduling information. The following clinics come highly recommended:
Shelton Veterinary Clinic, www.shelvet.com 4865 State Road 207, St Augustine, FL (904) 692-3935
First Coast No More Homeless Pets www.fcnmhp.org P.O. Box 11870, Jacksonville, FL 32239 eMail:firstname.lastname@example.org
Hotline: 904-425-0005; toll-free: 866-580-SPAY (7729).
Flagler Cats www.flaglercats.org
2250 N. State Street
Bunell, FL. 32137
Flagler Humane Society, www.flaglerhumanesociety.org 1 Shelter Drive (off US 1 South) Palm Coast, FL 32137
CONTACT US IF YOUR PRACTICE WORKS WITH FERALS....WE ARE HAPPY TO PROVIDE THE COMMUNITY WITH YOUR INFORMATION.
Island Cat Feral Rescue, Inc
PO Box 860321
Saint Augustine, Fl. 32086