Operation Spay Bay

A HOPE is doing all we can to help the animals of our community get spayed and neutered. Until we have a low-cost clinic up and running, Operation Spay Bay is our next best option! We provide transport for cats and dogs to the clinic in Panama City to be altered, and then we return them to the drop-off point so they can go home and rest. For more information on services offered and to get signed up for transport, click the link below. 

Trap

Neuter

Vaccinate

Return

TNVR is a popular way of keeping the feral cat population down while also creating healthier community cats and less intake at the local shelter, thereby cutting back on the number of felines that are euthanized each year. A HOPE is working hard to make TNVR a part of Santa Rosa County.

Additionally...

If you are currently a community cat caretaker or are interested in becoming one, check out our page on the CatStats website!

Phone: (850) 665-0511

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