No More Homeless Pets (NMHP) was started as a coalition of area animal welfare groups, governmental entities, and individuals concerned about the unnecessary euthanasia of pets in our area. In 2002, NMHP incorporated as a 501c(3) to act as an umbrella organization to foster cooperation, communication, and collaboration among animal welfare groups in North Central Florida in their efforts to increase adoptions, increase spay/neuter, and decrease euthanasia of dogs and cats.
To carry out its purpose, the Corporation has the following organizational goals:
- To act as an umbrella organization to foster cooperation, communication, and collaboration of all area animal welfare groups
- To end euthanasia of healthy cats and dogs locally through increased sterilization and adoption programs
- To enhance the quality of life for pets and their owners through humane education
- To assist area animal welfare groups with fundraising events and volunteer support activities
The Mission of No More Homeless Pets is to end the euthanasia of companion animals and feral cats through sterilization, education and community involvement.