"Fix A Kitty" Low-Cost Sterilization
Program for Cats
$20 Sterilization for cats of low income cat guardians.
Please click HERE
for more information
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Thank you for visiting our site. We are a
non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to the welfare of homeless animals.
Guardians of Brevard
was formed to promote responsible, lifetime pet guardianship through
education, counseling, and accessible, affordable sterilization.
We strive to increase awareness of companion animal overpopulation
and promote or participate in any activities that will improve the
well-being of homeless, neglected, abandoned, and unwanted animals.
Guardians of Brevard
exists to see that one day every companion animal born will have the
lifetime, loving home s/he deserves in a world with No
More Homeless Pets.
focus of Animal Guardians of
Brevard is to promote and provide Spaying and Neutering
for cats and dogs, and we
have arranged and funded sterilization of
over 5500 animals. PLEASE
HELP US CONTINUE
THIS WORK and donate
PLEASE HELP US
CONTINUE TO SAVE LIVES !!!
We are the ONLY program in the
area that provides whatever financial assistance is needed for
eligible pet guardians to get their pets sterilized. YOU CAN SAVE LIVES THROUGH US WITH A DONATION.
99% of our contributions go DIRECTLY to fund this
work. PLEASE make a donation today by contacting
us, or through safe, secure
Animal Guardians of Brevard
is NOT a
shelter and we do not have animals directly in our care. Therefore we
cannot accept any animals. We also cannot find new homes for animals
unless they are already in shelters.
We support the efforts of the Brevard
County Animal Care and Adoption Centers
in trying to manage all the animals discarded, abandoned, or turned away by the community and
the area's "no-kill" shelters, which are also subject to the
overwhelming number of unwanted pets.
SACC and NACC are Brevard's largest and
ONLY open-admission shelters, accepting any animal, from any source, for any
reason, at any time. They
are always overcrowded with healthy, friendly cats and dogs who need
safe, loving homes.
PLEASE open your heart and your home to an animal in
dire need. Save a life.
See Adoptable Animals from SACC and NACC
Shelter animals are also be available
for adoption at Aloha Pet and Bird
968 E. Eau Gallie Blvd.
on the beach (321-777-6444).
AN URGENT PLEA:
PLEASE FOSTER NEEDY ANIMALS
The shelters always needs foster caregivers for dogs and cats. TO HELP SAVE LIVES, please visit the South
Animal Care & Adoption Center at 5100 West Eau Gallie Boulevard in
Melbourne, FL to complete a foster application and get more details.
got lucky and someone fostered her tiny babies until they could find
homes. But afterward, mothers often do not find forever homes
of their own. They are frequently nearly
babies themselves. Many mothers with tiny kittens,
orphan kittens and puppies too small to survive, and other cats and dogs are in desperate need
of foster care and permanent homes. Please
give them a chance. Be a foster caregiver. For more information
about fostering contact the
Animal Care and Adoption Center or call 321-7253-6608.
Guardians' SPAY-NEUTER CLINICS and Assistance
Animal Guardians of Brevard
offers low cost spay-neuter services for eligible pet guardians through local low-cost clinics.
Guardians of Brevard is sponsoring the "FIX A KITTY" cat
with the SPCA of North Brevard. Please click here for more
Guardians of Brevard has
had to curtail our Spay-Neuter Program due to low funding and we are
no longer able to provide assistance beyond the "Fix A
Kitty" program with the SPCA, and occasional special event
clinics. Please check back here for information.
Donations are always welcome and will allow us to resume
assistance sooner and sponsor larger clinics. Thank you for your understanding.
Please check directly with area low-cost
clinics for local low-cost sterilization options.
APPOINTMENTS ARE REQUIRED.
Please click here or contact
us for more information.
We do NOT spay and neuter pets purchased from pet
stores or breeders, or adopted from
rescue organizations for an adoption fee. If you cannot afford the cost
of sterilization and necessary shots in addition to the price or adoption fee, then
please adopt from a responsible organization where it is all
included. Generally the fee is no higher and the animals are just
Brevard County Animal Services has a Low Cost Spay-Neuter Program to help eligible
Brevard County residents get cats (homed or feral) sterilized ($20 for a cat,
may include some shots). Please contact Brevard
Animal Services for more information.
FERAL CAT CAREGIVERS: The Central
Brevard Humane Society (CBHS) offers sterilization of feral cats at their spay-neuter clinic in
Cocoa. This is a great resource filling a desperate need in
Brevard. The rates are very reasonable and include a rabies
shot. What a deal!!! Check the CBHS
website or call them at (321) 636-3343 ext. 206.
Animal Guardians of Brevard
WAS A LOCAL RECIPIENT OF THE prestigious, national Jefferson
for Public Service on May
24, 2006, recognizing the value of our programs and our commitment to
helping homeless animals.
In October, 2006, our President, Mary E. Peer, was chosen as a
finalist for Volunteer of the Year by
On April 20, 2007, Animal Guardians
received regional Jefferson Award Recognition.
| ANIMAL GUARDIANS OF BREVARD
was featured on WESH NEWS CHANNEL 2
with Wendy Chiogi in Friday, April 6, 2007. Mary and Dennis Peer were
recognized as "HOMETOWN HEROES" and Jefferson Award
recipients. Click here
Guardians of Brevard is honored to be the recipient of a
generous donation from the estate of Ranada
was a true lover of homeless cats and a long-time supporter of Animal
Guardians. Her final gift
will be used to sterilize some of the stray cats for whom she cared so
We extend our deepest sympathy to those who knew and cared for this
thoughtful lady. In her
memory, many lives will be saved and the birth and suffering of hundreds
of homeless, abandoned, and unwanted cats will be prevented.
We are honored to be entrusted with this gift.
2/3/56 - 10/17/11
Guardians of Brevard has received a GENEROUS grant FOR $9000
Florida Animal Friend
Proceeds from the sale of these TAGS fund grants to organizations that
provide spay and neuter services in underserved areas.
Thanks to all who have these tags for supporting spay
and neuter services!
You can raise money for Animal
Guardians of Brevard every time you do an internet search
through GoodSearch.com. It doesn't cost you anything but helps us
pay our bills! Please support this great resource
and help homeless animals.
Thanks again to Aloha
Pet and Bird Hospital for continuing to act as a
satellite adoption center and also for providing so many other services
to our county shelters.
N Pack + on
Eau Gallie Blvd on the beach has generously
donated mailbox services to Animal Guardians
of Brevard for several years. Thank you so much for
Thank you Steve and Sandra for
generously donating two 13,000 BTU heaters to help keep the animals
warm at the South Animal Care and Adoption Center. Your generosity is
Guardians of Brevard is honored to be the recipient of a very
generous donation from the estate of Mr.
Mr. Townsend’s final gift will save the lives and prevent the
birth and suffering of thousands of homeless, abandoned, and unwanted
Townsend was a devoted animal lover throughout his life.
In his later years he could not have pets, Instead, he gave
generously of his time and love to Brevard’s less fortunate dogs and
cats as a volunteer at his local animal shelter.
extend our deepest sympathy to those who knew and cared for this
Such kindness makes the world a better place for everyone,
especially the animals for whom Mr. Townsend cared so much.
Every time disaster strikes, people rush to adopt displaced pets. While
this is a very generous gesture, PLEASE DON'T FORGET THAT
SWEET, BEAUTIFUL, HEALTHY ANIMALS IN BREVARD DIE FOR LACK
OF HOMES EVERY DAY whether there has been a disaster or not. IF
YOU HAVE A HOME FOR A DISASTER PET, SURELY YOU HAVE ONE FOR A LOCAL PET WHOSE
LIFE IS JUST AS VALUABLE. Read Buddy's
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November 30, 2012
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