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. The alert is in effect for the next 60 days. For more information, please contact the Department of Health-Brevard at 321-6334-6337, or Brevard County Animal services at 321-633-2024.
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Found Pet2018-10-16T08:36:11+00:00

Found a Pet?

We are so happy you have recovered a lost pet!

  • In an effort to have a centralized location for owners of lost pets, we typically encourage all stray animals be brought to Brevard County Animal Services to ensure they have the best chance at being reunited with their families. Brevard  County Animal Services can be reached at 321-633-2024.
  • Report a found pet on www.brevardlostpets.com or in your local newspaper (Hometown News, Florida Today, etc.)
  • We kindly request that healthy stray cats be left alone. Less than 2% of rescued cats ever find their owners, while they have upwards of a 20% chance of finding their way home by themselves. If you see a roaming cat that is friendly and appears healthy, please do not bring it to a shelter. Chances are it is owned and cared for; however, if the cat needs medical attention, please bring it to a clinic.

For questions regarding our stray policy, please contact our Admissions Department at 321.636.3343 ext. 201. Since we are a managed admission facility and intakes are dependent on available space, we cannot always accept stray animals.

PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE FOUND OR UNWANTED PETS AT OUR FACILITY WITHOUT ALERTING A STAFF MEMBER – OUR PROPERTY IS LARGE AND WE DO NOT WANT THE PET TO GO UNNOTICED.

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