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January Cassat Clinic Updates

January 19th, 2016

The new Veterinary Clinic is progressing along nicely. The dry wall, window fixtures, air conditioning, flooring, and cabinetry are completely installed. As you can see, the new clinic still has a ways to go, and we are still in need of some necessary life-saving equipment! FCNMHP is holding a Cassat Clinic Grand Opening on February 25! […]

Fight for Feral Freedom, Keep Jax No-Kill

January 4th, 2016

UPDATE: BREAKING NEWS UPDATE ON FERAL CAT ISSUE Hello Dear Supporters, I have talked to Councilperson Carter and we have no differences! He is an animal person and wants to do what is best for Feral Cats and of course make things work for his constituents. Councilperson Carter is a lifelong animal person and has […]

Top Ten Ways to Save More Lives in 2016

December 31st, 2015

10.) Host a Third Party Event Fundraiser: Contact our Events Manager 9.) Volunteer at our events, clinic, thrift store, etc.: Download application View opportunities 8.) Donate to the Pet Food Bank or donate items from our wish list: Pet Food Bank dates & locations View wish list 7.) Follow and like us on social media: Facebook […]

New Year’s Eve Pet Safety Tips

December 30th, 2015

Top 4 Tips While New Year’s Eve celebrations are fun for us humans, our furry companions can easily become scared during the festivities. Many pets become scared at the sound of fireworks or noisy music, and you can risk your pet trying to run away – in fact many shelters see a greater number of […]

Hadaka, the Angel

December 29th, 2015

UPDATE: Hadaka has been adopted! Hadaka came to us several months ago when she was found tied to a truck in a parking lot. She was extremely emaciated and suffering from a painful skin disease. We immediately scooped up her tiny, nearly hairless body and brought her to our clinic to begin care. Over the […]

Free Services Available – Grants Won

December 9th, 2015

Not mentioned in video: Blossom is a 10-year-old Shepherd mix from Old Dog House that is available for adoption! First Coast No More Homeless Pets (FCNMHP) has received life-saving grant funds allowing us to offer an array of free and affordable veterinary services this winter. “The Big Fix” program is for large breed dogs in Duval County […]

December Cassat Clinic Updates

December 9th, 2015

The new Veterinary Clinic is progressing along nicely. The dry wall, window fixtures, air conditioning, flooring, and cabinetry are almost completely installed. As you can see, the new clinic still has a ways to go, and we are still in need of some necessary life-saving equipment! The clinic is expected to open soon. Interested in […]

Angel Fund Reynolds Needs a Home

November 25th, 2015

Reynolds, a three-year-old Southern Browncoat lap dog, is a clinic favorite with a heart as big as the sky. He was originally taken in by Baker County Animal Control, who found him abandoned after he had been used as a boar hunting dog.  Reynolds has been through the ringer—he was never given medical care for […]

FCNMHP Annual Gratitude Report FY 14-15

November 25th, 2015

We strongly believe in thanking the people who have helped First Coast No More Homeless Pets to where it is today. From the past year’s heartwarming stories, updated statistics, events, and program information – this is the document that will keep you up to date on everything going on at FCNMHP. 2014-15 Gratitude Report

Consider our Angels on Giving Tuesday

November 25th, 2015

  Giving Tuesday was started with one thing in mind: Let’s give back to make the world a better place. Last year, over $45 million was raised for non-profits in all sectors, from children’s healthcare to animal welfare. This marked a 63 percent increase in online giving compared to 2013 and #GivingTuesday was used on […]