Donations are tax deductible.
We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit.

Special Thanks to:

First Coast
Moving & Storage

3428 Cessna Lane
Fernandina Beach, FL

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Associations vital to our Success

Without association with our supporters, partners, resources and collaborators, our success would not be possible. We acknowledge and thank those organizations.

Our Supporters:

The Banfield Charitable Trust


The Henry & Betty Seissler Memorial Fund through The Community Foundation in Jacksonville.

Four Paws Animal Hospital in Yulee is offering free microchips during the month of November for a donation of dry cat or dog food at the cinic that is designated for Meals on Wheels for Pets Nassau.

Our Partners:

Council on Aging of Nassau County
Helping seniors live quality lives while remaining independent.

Meals on Wheels Association of America
All the specifics about the Meals on Wheels (MOW)"We All Love Our Pets" (WALOP) program.

Cat Clinic of Fernandina

Animal Clinic of Nassau County

First Coast Moving and Storage

T.C. Industries, Inc.

Local Animal Welfare Groups:

Cat’s Angels, Inc. SPCA
This group has a Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) program for feral cats and kittens and also works to rehome needy felines on Amelia Island

Nassau Humane Society
Serving needy animals on Amelia Island.

First Coast No More Homeless Pets
Jacksonville group dedicated to providing free or low cost spaying and neutering services at their own clinic.

Nassau County Animal Services
This group works with abandonded or stray animals throughout Nassau County and desperately needs volunteers.

RAIN Humane Society SPCA
Their goal is to rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home animals in Nassau County and its surrounding areas.

Save the Animals Rescue Society (STARS)
This group fosters needy dogs on Amelia Island awaiting forever homes.

Laws and Ordinances:

Fernandina Beach City Ordinances

Florida Animal Control Association
This site offers legislative information and updates on new state laws concerning animals.

Florida Cruelty to Animal Statutes
State laws pertaining to animals.

Nassau County Animal Control Ordinances

Miscellaneous Pet Resources:

Citizens for Pets in Condos
This 501-c3 organization was started from the belief senior citizens should not be denied pets in their own homes. Promoting the benefits of companionship animals, the site has a petition you can sign to help further the cause.
Online resource for residents and visitors interested in all that is pet friendly in the sunshine state.

The Pets for the Elderly Foundation
This group helps pay the adoption fees of participating humane societies for people over the age of 60 wishing to add a companion dog or cat to their lives.

Who's Your Vet?
This eBook was written by and for pet parents to provide education about medical conditions and how to choose and work with the people who will provide veterinary care.