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BE AN ANIMAL ALLY!
~~"The falling leaves drift by my window, the autumn leaves of red and gold. I see your eyes, their silent wishes, the gentle face I used to hold.
Since you went away the days grow long, and soon I'll hear old winter's song; but I miss you most of all, my darling, when autumn leaves start to fall."
~Meet Our Cozy Cuddlers, the Cats, EVERY DAY at W. Windsor Petsmart!~
~Meet Our Best Buddies, the Dogs, Every SATURDAY & SUNDAY from 12N - 4 PM.... And Say Hello to Many More of Our Wonderful Cats!~
Animal Allies is for animals! Our non-profit advocacy organization focuses on rescue, foster home-care, and adoption of homeless dogs and cats. Our volunteers care for animals that require extended care prior to adoption: the abused, sick, injured, orphaned or nursing. We address issues that affect owned and shelter populations, such as spay/neuter, animal health and community education. Our outreach program directly alleviates animal suffering and overpopulation, offering low-cost spay/neuter services, medical treatment, food, and other supportive services to owned pets in threatened circumstances. Our mission is to stop animal suffering. We offer our assistance when there is a need for spay/neuter, education, and supportive services.
An adoption profile, personal interview, check of references, and adoption contract are required. All animals receive veterinary checkups, vaccinations, deworming and spay/neuter. Cats are tested for FELV/FIV, and dogs are tested for heartworm. Animals requiring further veterinary treatment receive whatever is needed. We provide post-adoption assistance to ensure that the adoption of every new pet will be a positive and loving experience for everyone involved. Please note that our online list of pets for adoption is updated daily and we do our best to stay current.
Our organization has learned to appreciate the many virtues of the American Pit Bull Terrier. Despite negative media attention, we have found Pit Bulls to be loyal, loving family companions, requiring caring guardians who understand their needs, just like any other breed of dog. Our program, "Proud to be a Pit Bull" highlights our efforts to promote responsible adoption of Pit Bull dogs.
Help us aid both the homeless animals and the owned pets in crisis who have no one else to turn to. Your tax-deductible donation in any amount mailed to our Pennington address helps us fight the good fight!
Animal Allies has an all-volunteer staff. Although we are state and federally registered, we are not affiliated with any governmental entity, and rely on the kindness and donations of adopters and others in our community. Volunteers who donate their time and homes for foster care for dogs or cats are needed most. If you would like to be a foster parent, stop by Petsmart and visit with us any Sunday, or send us an email. Sunday volunteers are very important to us as well. They help us show our pets, talk with visitors, and care for the animals while they are at Petsmart or elsewhere. High-quality food, toys and treats, towels and blankets, cleaning supplies, and crates and carriers are always needed and appreciated. Doghouses, overhead cables and bedding straw are needed for our community outreach program.
Puppies: $300 and Up Dogs: $275 and up Kittens & Cats: $110 Adoption fees for purebreds are scaled. Our adoption fees are based upon our veterinary medical expenses for all our pets.
Private hours are very flexible and by appointment. We also participate in Pet Adoption Day at PetsMart (609-520-9200) on Sundays, from 12-4 PM, next to WalMart at 111 Nassau Park Boulevard, (off Route 1 South) Princeton, NJ 08540-5918 (near Quakerbridge Mall).
Online Educational Services
Are you a teenager who loves animals and wants to do everything you can to help them? Then check out our link to a super site for teens, www.humaneteen.org. You'll love seeing what other teens are doing for animals! Are you a parent or teacher who wants to instill in your young children or students a love and respect for all animals? Then take a look at our links to www.kindnews.org and www.nahee.org, which show a sample of unique monthly newspapers that inform and delight young children right in their classrooms.