Dedicated to the reduction of animal euthanasia in Palm Beach County
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Stray No More
Spay / Neuter
Inaugural Golf Tournament
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Learn about Spay/Neuter of Feral Cats here.
Over 4.5 million abandoned animals are euthanized in the U.S. every year. Stray No More is dedicated to saving animals in Palm Beach
county. We never refuse more...
Inaugural Golf Tournament, at the Indian River Club, in Vero Beach was A HUGE SUCCESS! Proceeds benefited our Low-Cost Spay/Neuter
Program, specifically the Indian River area residents and their furry companions! The day started with a delicious Continental
Breakfast at the Club, then a 4 person Scramble Shotgun Start, followed by raffles, doors prises, a Silent Auction and an incredible
The hard fact about animal overpopulation is that it is a dirty, not so little problem in America. There are thousands of animals
born who will never find homes. These “surplus” animals don’t simply vanish to an idyllic farm where they are lovingly cared
for. Rather, they fend for themselves or end up in shelters where they must then be euthanized because there are far too many
of them to find available, more...
for a list of additional low cost spay/ neuter programs in the Palm
Beach County (Florida) area.
Oreo’s rescue began with a typical day at PetSmart - actually, atypical, because that Saturday was unusually hectic. Out in front
of the store, two rescue groups were gathered with an array of barking dogs for adoption. It was the kind more...
Bartow is a very lucky kitten. A volunteer was traveling through Bartow, FL on May 2, 2008 when she noticed a very small kitten sitting
in the median of Highway more...
Stray No More has a small core of dedicated volunteers, all of whom work full-time in other jobs. In order to achieve our visions
for the future, we need to increase our more...
Stray No More, Inc.
P.O. Box 6106
Lake Worth, FL 33466
It all began with.... Palm Beach volunteer firefighter, Jessie, was on his way to a meting when he noticed what he thought was
a dead dog lying on the side of the read. Like everyone else, he drove by, but UNLIKE everyone else, his conscience told more...
Stray No More Board of Directors
Stray No More, Inc. is a 501(c) 3 volunteer organization dedicated to reducing the number of animals euthanized in Palm Beach County
through its low cost spay/neuter program, pet education (which includes P.E.T.S. Clubs in area schools), and adoption of rescued more...
Stray No More gives all its glory and praise to GOD