Central Brevard Humane Society Recieves $25K Grant
By Space Coast Daily // September 24, 2014
GRANT helps reduce pet overpopulation
ABOVE MAP: The Central Brevard Humane Society is offering free spay/neuters for cats thanks to a new grant funded program for cats of low-income residents.
Free Spayed/Neutered Program Made Possible Through Sales of Official Florida Animal Friend’s Spay and Neuter License Plate
BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA – In these tough economic times, the Central Brevard Humane Society is providing a new grant funded program for cats of low-income residents of Brevard County with Community cats that will enable them to be spayed/neutered for FREE.
This new program was made possible through sales of the Official Florida Animal Friend’s (FAF) Spay and Neuter License Plate.
FAF is an organization that strives to reduce the pet overpopulation problem in the state by increasing awareness of programs that are available to pet owners and homeless animals.
Additional copies will be available at the Central Brevard Humane Society’s Adoption Centers in Cocoa and Merritt Island, their Spay/Neuter & Wellness Clinic (located in Cocoa), their (4) Molly Mutt Thrifts Shops (Melbourne, Merritt Island, Palm Bay & Rockledge), and the North & South Animal Care Centers. Funds are limited and available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Once the application has been completed, mail it along with the documentation of eligibility, and a copy of your valid Driver’s License or State Issued Identification Card to the Central Brevard Humane Society located at 1020 Cox Road in Cocoa.
Spaying or neutering your pet is the number one way you can help reduce pet overpopulation that results in the needless euthanization of hundreds of thousands of healthy, loving animals.
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