The Florida Department of Health in Brevard has issued a rabies alert after a stray cat tested positive for the fatal disease Thursday, 1/17 in the Friday Road & Fern Meadows area in Cocoa and a stray kitten tested positive on Monday, 1/28 near Industry Drive in Melbourne. These alerts will remain in effect for the next 60 days. For more information, please contact the Department of Health-Brevard at 321-634-6337, or Brevard County Animal services at 321-633-2024.
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Many animals in our community are looking for that home and their “person.” Since 1952, Brevard Humane Society has been finding homes as the oldest nonprofit no-kill animal shelter and sanctuary.

We are dedicated to speaking for those who cannot speak for themselves. Moreover, we educate the community on responsible pet ownership and the humane treatment of animals. We are advocates for spaying/neutering to reduce the homeless pet population, while providing quality care to Brevard’s abandoned animals by placing them with responsible, caring owners in new “furever” homes.

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26mar5:00 PM9:00 PM"Spay"ghetti Night

30mar7:00 AM10:00 AMMutt Strutt 5K

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