significantly reduce the number of fertile Community Cats in the county to curb
uncontrolled cat population growth
Training will be available:
for community members
for Animal Services staff and
for Animal Services volunteers.
Trap and Release at county cat colonies
humanely trap Community Cats
spay/neuter cats at local facilities – 2,500 per year for 3 years
rabies vaccinate and ear tip cats after recovery, return cats back into their colony.
Future Action Plan Development:
assist Osceola County Animal Services and the community in developing a sustainable, long term plan for Community Cats.