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The HAMILTON HUMANE SOCIETY currently has a grant to spay/neuter community cats for only $5.00 in Hamilton and Madison counties.   Go to CAT Spay-Neuter Grant page for details and application.   You can click this paragraph.

THE PREVIOUS WEBSITE "NorthFloridaPAWS.org" has been deleted, but has resurfaced with old information.  Please ignore.  This website is the replacement.  Only change is .net instead of .org

Go to "Other  Spay Programs" page for more facilities.  Click here!
 
OTHER LOW COST SPAY-NEUTER CLINICS WE RECOMMEND for North Central Florida and South Georgia because North Florida PAWS no longer has a veterinary clinic in Jennings.  Neither clinic has residency or income restrictions.

NORTH FLORIDA ANIMAL RESCUE in Suwannee County:  Call 386-963-1354 for information or to make an appointment.  They are located south of Wellborn on CR 137 in Suwannee County. 
South Georgia Low-cost Spay Neuter Clinic in THOMASVILLE, GEORGIA: www.sgaspayneuterclinic.org  229-236-7297.  425 Covington Ave., Thomasville, GA next to Miss Kitty Feline Sanctuary.
We are partnered with the HAMILTON HUMANE SOCIETY which is a newly formed group of animal welfare supporters currently seeking a location and funding to build a no-kill ANIMAL SHELTER to rescue pet animals in and around Hamilton County, Florida.  The Humane Society has several on-going and planned programs.
 
Visit them on FACEBOOK today!  Search for
Hamilton Humane Society and look for their logo.
 
SPAY and NEUTER is the easiest method of reducing the number of unwanted puppies and kittens who are homeless, abandoned, neglected, abused, or killed.  Often the owners of the "parents" cannot afford the cost at private veterinarians.  In Florida, we are very lucky to have a specialty Spay/Neuter license plate which funds annual grants across the state.  PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE consider a specialty plate anytime or when you renew your auto tags.  Of the $25 fee, $23.50 goes directly to the grant fund.  The plate is also adorable.  For more information,  
                              www.FloridaAnimalFriend.org