A local non-profit determined to eliminate the killing of dogs and cats in our community through free and low-cost spay and neuter programs, First Coast No More Homeless Pets (FCNMHP) works diligently to control pet overpopulation and reach those in need of assistance and care. As spay/neuter surgeries increase, the shelter and euthanasia rates decrease dramatically, helping to stabilize pet overpopulation problems. Since 2002, FCNMHP has “facilitated over 90,000 pet sterilizations in the First Coast area,” reporting an “overall reduction in pet intake of approximately 34% and a 58% decrease in the number of animals” euthanized (“About Us” 2009).
Click here to learn how you can further support First Coast No More Homeless Pets! Donations will also be accepted at our registers throughout the entire month of May.
“About Us.” First Coast No More Homeless Pets. iDrive, 2009. Web. 03 May 2011. <http://www.fcnmhp.org/index.html>.
Photos taken from FCNMHP