‘Fix a Kitty’ Program Helps Control Pet Overpopulation

By  //  May 30, 2012

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Low-Cost Assistance

Cats of low-income residents may be sterilized for just $20 through a special program in Titusville. (Shutterstock image)

BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – Animal Guardians of Brevard and the SPCA of North Brevard are co-sponsoring the “Fix a Kitty” Cat Sterilization Program at the SPCA in Titusville.

Cats belonging to low-income people will be sterilized for just $20 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 unwanted kittens from being born and growing up into unwanted cats.

This program is open to all financially eligible, low income cat guardians and appointments are required.

The SPCA of North Brevard is at 455 Cheney Highway in Titusville.

For more information please call the SPCA of North Brevard at 321-269-0536 or visit www.spcanorthbrevard.com  or visit Animal Guardians of Brevard at www.animalguardiansofbrevard.org .


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