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Palm Beach County Animal Care & Control
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In , with , animals entering local shelters, it became clear that funding the internal needs of MCACC was unsustainable. For this reason, we transitioned to a shelter prevention model restricting funding to a voucher-based Spay Neuter Assistance Program SNAP , in partnership with MCACC, that focused on providing funding for free spay and neuter surgeries for pets and families in low-income communities. We recognize many pet owners in our community face unexpected circumstances leading to the need to surrender their pets. The S. At this time, we cannot accommodate call or email requests for financial support or services. We are happy to provide information and referrals.
Most of these were identified with tags, tattoos or microchips. Microchips are affordable and available at our Walk-In Wellness Clinic. If you have found kittens, please visit our resource page. STEP 1. STEP 2.
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We are committed to these important approaches as a means of helping to stabilize our cat and dog populations nationwide. SNAP2it works tirelessly to provide the best care for our animals and to get them into safe, forever homes. The veterinarians, our volunteers and financial supporters are the real heroes behind SNAP, and we are grateful to them for their tremendous efforts since our inception. We believe passionately that prevention is more humane and more cost effective. We have saved thousands of lives since and have grown as an organization through the tireless efforts of our volunteers and donors. In Georgia approximately , cats and dogs were euthanized in , or about every day — and unfortunately this number is estimated to have risen sharply in recent years due to the poor economy.
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A feral cat is a domesticated cat that has returned to the wild, or the descendants of such an animal. It is distinguished from a stray cat, which is a pet cat that has been lost or abandoned, while feral cats have never been socialized., Our shelter was started in
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