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Community Cat Image Legislative Alert

Urge the county board to protect community cats.

Cats in your community are counting on you! The St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners is considering the removal of provisions in its animal code that protect community cats through county trap-neuter-vaccinate-return (TNVR) programs. 

The current ordinance provides needed protections for community cats and their caretakers by defining “feral cat” and “caregiver.” Allowing these protections to remain in the ordinance for cats and their caretakers, while eliminating colony registration provisions in the ordinance, is a must. Other communities throughout Florida are embracing TNVR to protect cats and public health. St. Johns County should, too. 

The county board members need to hear from you, so please take action today

Thanks! Together, we will Save Them All.

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  • Your County Officials
  • Chair James Johns

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Dear [Decision Maker],



I urge you to retain protections in the community cat ordinance, and simply remove the registration requirements from the pilot program at your next board meeting. Thank you.

Sincerely,