Feline Frenzy February 23rd

February 23, 2020 @ 7:00AM — 5:00PM

The Jacksonville Humane Society is having a “FELINE FRENZY” on Sunday, February 23rd, and offering FREE spay and neuter for any community cat. Our goal is to fix 100 Duval County cats in 1 day to help stop the kitten crisis. Will you join us?

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The Jacksonville Humane Society is having a “FELINE FRENZY” on Sunday, February23rd, and offering FREE spay and neuter for any community cat. Our goal is to fix 100 Duval County cats in 1 day to help stop the kitten crisis. Will you join us?

Please note - this service is free! You will need to enter a "Billing Address" in order to submit this form, but you will not be charged unless you choose to make a donation.

Event Info:

  • Sign in begins at 7am and closes at 9am. We are unable to accept late check-ins if you arrive after 9am.
  • A community cat is a cat that lives outside. He or she may have more than one “owner” or may live in a colony with other cats. This is a program for community cats in Jacksonville.
  • All cats will be altered, ear-tipped, microchipped and given the rabies vaccine.
  • All cats must be in humane traps (one cat per trap), not carriers. See photo below for an example of a trap. First Coast No More Homeless Pets and Animal Care & Protective Services loan traps. You can also purchase traps from Amazon for an affordable price. Alley Cat Allies has great tips for trapping on their website.
  • Drop off is at 7 a.m. at 8464 Beach Blvd. in Jacksonville, FL 32216. Come to the “Veterinary Services” entrance. You will be given a pick-up time when you drop off.
  • Cats must be from Duval County, FL.
  • Special thank you to Greg and Lesa Mullins for their generous donation to support Feline Frenzy!

This program is made possible by a generous grant from Alley Cat Allies.


Cat traps look like this: