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ORGANIZATION: Seminole County TNVR

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If you thrive in the joyful company of kittens, this is your opportunity to lend a helping hand when they need it most! Kittens whose mothers have died or disappeared are in great need of loving care for 4-12 weeks until they can be adopted into their forever homes. Seeing that scared baby fill out and learn to trust human love is a wonderful experience! All you need is a dedicated safe area in your home and a couple of hours each day to feed and play with the kitten(s). We have the equipment, supplies, skills, and experience, along with a team of dedicated volunteers, to assure your success. Some kittens need to be bottle-fed and others are able to eat on their own. All kittens will receive veterinary care including spay/neuter at 2-3 lbs. All they need is YOU to help them grow into happy pets that will be cherished by their new adoptive parents.

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About Seminole County TNVR

Location:

P. O. Box P.O. Box 150656, Altamonte Springs, FL 32715, US

Mission Statement

Seminole County TNVR is a group of volunteers who Trap, Neuter/Spay, Vaccinate, and Return (TNVR) community cats throughout Seminole County. We rely on grant funding and donations to provide TNVR services free of charge for Seminole County residents, making it easy for residents and businesses to control the population of feral, semi-feral, and homeless community cats.

Description

Seminole County TNVR is 100% volunteer-run. Since our inception in 2022, we have TNVR'd over 2,200 cats throughout Seminole County, which Seminole County Animal Services recently recognized as a key factor in decreasing euthanization rates and new (feral) kitten births. Last year, our volunteers donated 4,895 hours and 10,380 miles. Our TNVR program removes the daunting logistical barriers that are most difficult for residents: trapping the cats, transporting them, and keeping them in a sheltered, staffed recovery site for 1-3 days before returning to their original location. Our program aims to keep this valuable service free of charge for Seminole County residents. We need more volunteers to keep up with the demand for our services.

CAUSE AREAS

Animals
Animals

WHEN

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WHERE

P.O. Box 150656Altamonte Springs, FL 32715

(28.66849,-81.35776)
 

SKILLS

  • Animal Care / Handling

GOOD FOR

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REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • Approx. 2 hours/day
  • A dedicated safe area in your home. All new Kitten Foster Parents will receive a home visit to help set up and secure the area. If you have other pets, they must be spayed/neutered and up-to-date on all shots.

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