Community Cats of Palm Coast
A non-profit organization dedicated to the
practice and promotion of
Trap, Neuter and Return
WHO WE ARE
At Community Cats of Palm Coast we believe that a society is judged by how it treats its weakest members.
The City of Palm Coast’s feral cat policy amounts to an endless cycle of trap and kill.
That is not the way to manage an animal population. Community Cats of Palm Coast joins with other animal advocates and the majority of residents in supporting trap, neuter and return as a more humane approach to reducing the number of feral cats.
We have an active TNR unit
We are an all-volunteer group.
We operate through the generous donations of our supporters.
We are determined to end the cruel consequences of pet-overpopulation.
Elizabeth Robinson - Founder/President
Elizabeth is a former journalist and longtime animal lover. She started Community Cats of Palm Coast in 2013 in response to the overwhelming overpopulation of feral cats in the area. She has served on the board of the Flagler Humane Society (FHS), and continues to work with FHS, as well as SAFFARI , a Flagler County animal rescue.
Rosemary is a lifetime resident of this area and an expert trapper. She assists Community Cats of Palm Coast in TNR projects and traps independently as well.
Judy is a cat lover and animal advocate active in lobbying for TNR and the protection of feral cats. She assists with the Barn Cat Placement Program and other projects.
Steve is a former media executive who moved to Palm Coast from Atlanta five years ago. He writes a column for Flagler Live.
Paula is an animal advocate with extensive experience in rescue. She has a professional background in journalism, advertising, marketing, and event planning.
Kim is a retired attorney who relocated to Palm Coast from San Diego. In addition to her work with Community Cats of Palm Coast, Kim volunteers at the Flagler Humane Society Thrift Store and is involved in her church.
Linda is a piano teacher and bookkeeper. She lives in Palm Coast with her husband, Dave, and their rescue pets. She volunteers for various community service organizations providing administrative and bookkeeping assistance.