Clay County Animal Care & Control
Florida State Animal Response Coalition
Awareness Level Small Animal Emergency Class
When: April 21, 2014
Where: Clay County Division of Emergency Management
2519 SR 16 West
Green Cove Springs, FL 32043
Time: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
For more information, download the flyer HERE
Mega Adoption Event
Clay County Animal Care and Control Adoption Centers located in Green Cove Springs and Fleming Island will be closed for the Mega Adoption Event on Friday, April 25th through Monday, April 28th. Please see the flyer HERE for further information.
Spay Clay Program
The program is offered to all Clay County residents who receive Food Stamps, Medicaid, WIC or Section 8 government housing assistance. You can also qualify by proof of income level. Other low cost programs are available for all others.
For more information or to make an appointment call First Cast No More Homeless Pets at 904-425-0005 and mention the Spay Clay program. Our website is www.fcnmhp.org
CCACC Volunteer Opportunities
No one likes to think about disasters occurring but sometimes during severe flooding or other natural disasters the county opens emergency shelters for the safety of the public. CCACC is looking for volunteers who are familiar with animals and their handling to help staff at one of pet-friendly shelters should one be opened during an emergency. Please contact Gail Flakes at (904) 269-6342 to sign up.
Be a homeless pet volunteer! Help a deserving dog or cat find a new home by volunteering at the Penney Farms Adoption Facility or the Fleming Island Adoption Facility. We need people to socialize with the dogs and/or cats and help potential adopters find the pet that’s right for their home.
We have two meet and greet areas and two play yard areas for the dogs. We also have a free roam cat room for adoptable cats where one can interact with the cats to their hearts content. Just one person can make a difference for a deserving dog or cat!
Dog Bite Awareness
Clay County Animal Care and Control is partnering with the Clay County Health Department and Florida Department of Health to promote dog bite awareness. For further info Click Here