How this will work...We will drop off humane traps and show you how to use them. You can then immediately begin trapping the cats. We do not have a 2-week time limit like OCAS, though we will check in periodically if we see you aren’t successful with trapping. We work with 3 clinics throughout our area. Oviedo Veterinary Care & Emergency, corner of Aloma & Dean, operates Monday thru Friday. Drop off is 7:30am to 9:00am and you can pick up any time after 5:00pm as they’re open 24/7. Central Florida Community Pet Clinic in DeBary is open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Drop off is 8:00am to 8:45am and you can pick up around 4:00pm. Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando Alafaya is located on East Colonial near the Alafaya Library. They usually accept cats on Tuesday and Friday. Drop off is 7:00am to 7:30am and pick up is 5:00pm.

Once you are successful with trapping (be mindful of weekends as you don’t want the cat in the trap too long) you would text 407-409-8660 and we will book an appointment FREE of charge for you. Please let us know which clinic you’d prefer to take the cat to. We cover the surgery, pain medicine, ear tip, vaccinations. Anything further you choose would be at your expense.

You would transport the cat(s) to and from the clinic. We recommend holding the cat for recovery overnight if possible. If you have any questions feel free to text us anytime.

 

If this sounds like something you'd like to continue with please text your reference/activity number, address to drop off traps, and number of cats you think you have to 407-409-8660.



P.S. We have a handful of volunteers throughout the county that might be able to help those that cannot do it themselves. We are as backed up as OCAS and it could be several months to get someone there. If you're able to do it on your own we highly recommend trying. Get those cats fixed now before you have 50 additional cats to fix in a couple months!