Dedicated to the reduction of animal euthanasia in Palm Beach County
How To Help
Spay / Neuter
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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 more...
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, more...
Click here for a list of additional low cost spay/ neuter programs in the Palm Beach County (Florida)
Pinky is a 4-5 month old male rabbit found in a Boynton Beach neighborhood over Christmas. He was covered in mange, dehydrated, and
very hungry! After some minor veterinary care, he is now a beautiful, affectionate little bunny ready to more...
These two awesome young cats were DUMPED in the woods in Boynton Beach around 11pm on Oct. 2, 2013. A Stray No More volunteer
found them the next morning, begging for 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 Board of Directors
Stray No More gives all its glory and praise to GOD
Stray No More, Inc.
P.O. Box 6106
Lake Worth, FL 33466
Need help trapping FERALS?
- Trapper Brian can help! Brian Clancy phone #
(Lake Worth, FL)
- Palm Beach County Cats: www.pbccats.org
- Palm Beach County Cat Coalition
Learn about Spay/Neuter of Feral Cats here.
Charlie Verde is a parakeet that was found sitting on a car. His foster mom is “trying” to teach him to say, “Spay/Neuter
your pets!” So far, he hasn’t learned it, but he is still a very good boy! If you are a bird lover and would like to adopt
him, please call Stray No More 561-683-4537.
to find out how you can help us celebrate