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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Business partnerships play a vital role in the many programs and services we offer. Your participation will help:

  • Save Homeless Animals
    The Brevard Humane Society provides food, shelter, medical care and nurturing to thousands of homeless animals in our community. Chances are, you or someone you know has adopted a loving, lifelong companion from our organization.
  • Support Pet Owners in Our Community
    Keeping pets in loving homes is every bit as important as finding new homes for orphaned pets. We offer a pet food pantry, medical referrals and pet-friendly housing referrals to pet owners in need of support.
  • Reduce Companion Animal Overpopulation Our animal clinic offers low-cost, high-quality veterinary care to the public ranging from wellness exams and spay/neuter services to microchipping and heartworm treatments.

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