At the moment, we use Operation Spay Bay to get our community cats sterilized.

All you need to do to get your community cat fixed is fill out the link below. We provide overnight boarding the night before AT NO EXTRA COST. Location of the "Paw Pad" is 5755 Washington St Milton. Each cat must come in their own trap with a blanket/towel/newspaper inside. They must also come with a sheet to cover the trap. Drop off time for boarding is between 7:30 and 8pm. We also have the option of pick up in Tiger Point in the Gulf Breeze Community Life Methodist Church parking lot from 6 to 6:30pm the night before. We meet on the left side of the building, in the rear-most lot. If you choose to meet us the morning of the transport, then drop off time is between 4:15 and 4:30am at the Paw Pad. At 5am we load the van and get them on their way to the clinic.

Return is at 5:30pm that same afternoon at the Paw Pad. You can pick your cat(s) up from there or choose to meet us back at the Gulf Breeze Community Life Center in Tiger Point from 7pm to 7:15pm. Male cats need at least 24 hours recovery time and females need at least 48 hours. When you arrive for pickup, the post-op instructions will be explained to you. You will be given the rabies tag as well as microchip information. Microchips NEED TO BE REGISTERED as soon as you get home. Be sure to put all info into this database as soon as you can.

Any questions or need further assistance, please email us.

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