image Over population of cats and dogs is at epidimic proportions, not only in our community but nationwide. It is imperative that our pets be spay or neutered to reduce the number of homeless, injured, and unwanted animals in our community. Thousands of animals end up on high kill shelters each year and are euthanized to make room for more. Many suffer severe abuse by owners and others in the community because they are unwanted and unloved. Some become victims of dog fighting - some are killed on our roadways.

As a community, we can make a difference. In addition, without proper treatment, our furry friends are suseptible to many diseases.

We work with low cost clinics and will assist you to spay/neuter your pet.

If you would like more information, please contact us at 850.556.6460 or admin@fchstc.org.