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Free rabies vaccines for felines through Jan. 31
December 18, 2018 — Animal Services

Indoor/outdoor and free-roaming cats have an increased likelihood of encountering potentially rabid wildlife so it's important that they are protected against rabies. State law requires rabies vaccinations for cats as well as dogs. 

Bring your indoor/outdoor and free-roaming community cats to our Doral location for free rabies vaccines before Jan. 31. The Homestead clinic will administer free vaccines only for cats also having sterilization surgery.

General eligibility and requirements:

    • Cats must be four months old or older.
    • Each cat must be in its own carrier.
    • Presentation of community cats does not constitute ownership.
    • Person bringing in cat must have valid identification reflecting a Miami-Dade residential address.

Pet Adoption and Protection Center 
3599 NW 79 Ave., Doral, FL 33122

  • Open Monday through Friday 10 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. 
  • Accepts cats coming just for the vaccine. Sterilization surgery not required. 
  • No appointment necessary for rabies vaccine.

Homestead Community Clinic
1034 NE 8 St., Homestead, FL  33030

  • Open Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. 
  • Clinic will administer free vaccines only for cats also having sterilization surgery. 
  • You must book in advance. Schedule an appointment. 
Learn more about Miami-Dade County Animal Services

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