In a city abundantly pet-friendly, higher veterinary care at an affordable rate is in demand. First Coast No More Homeless Pets (FCNMHP) has set an example of providing such a service; so much that they are opening another clinic. Northeast Florida is growing I popularity and so is owning a pet. The FCNMHP veterinary clinic on Norwood Ave is consistently busting at the seams with pet owners looking for veterinary care that will fit their budget so that they may enjoy having a pet for companionship.
Pets are wonderful companions and owning a pet should not be based on your income level. With thousands of pets dying I shelters across the nation, inexpensive veterinary care allows for more people to own a pet helping to reduce the numbers of homeless animals in shelters.
A Charity Night Celebration
Who: First Coast No More Homeless Pets
What: Grand Opening of New Vet Clinic
When: February 25, 2016 from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Where: FCNMHP Cassat Clinic at 464 Cassat Avenue
Why: Benefit the completion of the new clinic
A festive night is planned with delicious hors d’oeuvres and drinks. FCNMHP focus is on the no-kill mission the city of Jacksonville has worked so hard to achieve. The new clinic will triple the number of pets it can help and is set to open in the spring of 2016. It is conveniently located off of I10 making it accessible to the communities in most need. While the veterinary hospital is almost completely constructed, it still needs very expensive equipment to run and operate. The Grand Opening will show people the progress of construction and the vision for the clinic with the goal of raising necessary funds to be able to fully open and function.
Please visit the FCNMHP website to purchase tickets to this very significant and exciting event.
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