St. Augustine Humane Society Offers Feral Cat Trap and Return, Spay and Neuter Program | Urban Wildlife

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St. Augustine Humane Society Offers Feral Cat Trap and Return, Spay and Neuter Program
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St. Augustine Humane Society is offering a feral cat trap and return, spay and neuter program. The local non-profit maintains a public trap depot that can be accessed by individuals who wish to humanely control the local feral cat population. The feral cat caregiver may borrow the traps to catch feral cats for trap and return purposes only.  The Humane Society's shuttle system will transport the ferals for spay and neuter surgeries at the organization's partner clinic, First Coast No More Homeless Pets in Jacksonville. The humane feral cat traps are available for $50 per trap with a refundable cash deposit.

The transport and surgery service for ferals includes a climate-controlled cat shuttle which leaves the Humane Society on the second Friday of each month at 11:00 am. Cost for spay and neuter per cat is $30 with registration at the time of drop-off and includes surgery, rabies and distemper vaccines, ear mite treatment and ear tipping to identify the feral cats. Cats must be transported in a humane trap with a maximum of one cat or two small kittens per trap. Cats stay overnight at the clinic to be monitored post-operatively, and are returned to the Humane Society on Saturday for pick up. The St. Augustine Humane Society is located at 1665 Old Moultrie Rd. in St. Augustine.

For more information, call 904.829.2737 or email info@staughumane.org <mailto:info@staughumane.org>. Or, visit the facility for a demonstration and procedures for trap operations.

Visit the website at staugustinehumanesociety.org for more information and video demonstrations.

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