Indian River Community Cats, Inc. is committed to changing the future of Community Cats. We are dedicated to preventing future generations of homeless cats, through the humane practice of trapping, spay/neutering and returning the cats to their colonies. We also vaccinate for rabies, microchip and ear tip for future identification.
We are an all volunteer, nonprofit, organization. We receive no funding through government agencies. All donations are gratefully accepted. We also are always in need of food for colonies. Call 772.913.3333
Help make Indian River County a TNVR (Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return) County.
Currently, Indian River County is one of the few remaining Treasure Coast counties without a community cat program. TNVR is proven to be one of the most effective and humane ways to reduce the number of community cats and reduce nuisance behavior. Catch and Kill doesn't work, yet it continues with municipal animal agencies catching and killing Community Cats. This is an endless, cruel cycle that has been proven to be ineffective. Catch and kill is not supported by the public and is a gross misuse of tax dollars. Help us to help them and achieve a reduction in euthanasia for our community cats. Together, we need to stand up and take action because our local policies do not address the needs of the cats in our communities.
Please call your local city and county commissioners and tell them you support TNVR.