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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals

Mission: Reduce homeless feline population

Programs: Feral colony mgt: conduct trap-neuter-return for feral cats, provide food assistance to needy caregivers, medical assistance to injured cats

foster cat care: provide medical services (including spay/neuter), attend adoption events to find good homes and food assistance to foster parents

sanctuary: manage facility for the care of feral cats including shelter, feeding, and medical care

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

General Member of the Public

Rating: 1

Why spend time money on people who aren't doing what you claim your non profit stands for. You dont even know that the person you are defending to animal control has not only not practiced tnr but releases cats from Neighbors traps when they catch them to be fixed. But yet you have no problem flood animal control officers and lying for her.... So she can continue to breed her cat colony and that is exactly what she is doing. So neighbors are not upset because she throws a couple of handfuls of food out the door they are upset because do to her efforts and protection by you the cat colony has grown from 6 to over 40 cats in a very short time. These arent new cats being brought in these are the kittens from off spring of the original 6.. four of which my family paid to get fixed and the other 2 the woman you support claimed she got fixed but few short mths later we found on of the two she claimed to have fixed had first litter of kittens... but by all means Susan G keep up supporting this woman who is breeding feral cats....

Board Member

Rating: 5

SCFN is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the humane care and control of the homeless cat population of Brevard County, Florida. We spay/neuter over 800 cats per year and maintain a "no-kill" sanctuary for about 100 cats. SCFN believes Trap-Neuter-Return is the humane, cost-effective, and tenable method to reduce cat overpopulation

Donor

Rating: 4

This charity's main goal is to reduce the number of feral cats through Trap/Neuter/Return. They are struggling financially since the county withdrew their funds. The volunteers are very dedicated people and incur most of the expenses. This is one of the most dedicated group of people, they love the cats and definitely need all the help they can get.

Review from Guidestar