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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We believe that neonatal, sick and other at-risk kittens should be given a chance to grow and thrive which is why we’ve taken our expertise to create a robust educational program that is saving lives. The stories we hear from our workshop attendees continue to inspire us. The feeling of truly making a difference is beyond measure – we know you love that feeling, and so do we! Let’s make a difference together! Help us give these babies a better chance at survival by registering for the next Itty Bitty Kitty Committee workshop and become part of our life-saving team!