Flagler Cats Feline Habitat
Flagler Cats Feline Habitat is a nonprofit organization founded in 2003 dedicated to enacting ethical, non-lethal and effective policies to reduce the local feline populations.
We believe in controlling overpopulation through a spay, neuter, and No-Kill policy. We have foster homes for our adoptable pets and a cat-food pantry for those in need.
- Reducing homeless/feral cats in our community.
- Preventing the birth of thousands of homeless kittens.
- Assuring a better quality of life for homeless/feral cats.
- Educating the public about the non-lethal approach to animal population management.
- Reducing animal nuisance calls in Flagler County.
- Animal Control and the associated cost benefit to our community.
- Reducing feline euthanasia in Flagler County
- Reducing of feline communicable disease in our community.
Flagler Cats Feline Habitat is committed to the humane management of homeless feral cats utilizing the TNR program – trap, spay/neuter, vaccinate and return to their original environment. We are committed to assisting and educating the public about feral cats through our meetings, newsletter and website.
WHAT THEY OFFER
We lend humane traps.
We offer affordable spay/neuter and vaccination services.
We publish a quarterly newsletter: Meow News.
Address: 2550 N State St., Suite II Bunnell, FL 32110
Business hours: Mon-Thu 8:30 -5:00
E-mail: [email protected]
Counties Served: St. Johns, Putnam, Flagler, Volusia