Finding loving homes for small animals.
Helping All Little Pipsqueaks at the Pipsqueakery is a 501(c)3 nonprofit small animal rescue and sanctuary. We provide care for medically and behaviorally needy rodents and rabbits, educates the public on their care, and find forever homes and rescue placement for healthy adoptable animals.
The HALP branch of the Pipsqueakery is run by Danni in NH and Steph in NJ and helps animals all over the North East.
The Pipsqueakery focuses on the care of animals with medical conditions including paralysis, heart disease, diabetes, cancer, amputations, and dental disease. Our goal is to advance veterinary care and develop individual plans that prioritize accommodating the special needs of each animal to allow them to live a fulfilling life as independently as possible..
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If you cannot adopt a pet but wish to make a contribution to the rescue or to sponsor one of our animals, please visit:
Paypal: email@example.com or paypal.me/thepipsqueakery
or purchase an item from one of our amazon wish lists:
If you wish to make a donation towards our vet bills, please call our vet office, House Paws, at 856-234-5230.
Adopting an Animal
The first step to adopting your new animal is to fill out the adoption application. While we review your application we will send you some information about proper small animal care for you to read over while waiting to be approved. The approval process may take several days depending on how long it takes to contact your references.
Once your application has been approved, we will coordinate picking up your selected pet’s from their foster home and then schedule an appointment for you to come meet them. For the safety and well being of the animals (and humans) you will receive an email with our address and phone number AFTER your application has been approved and the adoption appointment has been confirmed.
On the scheduled adoption day please bring with you the adoption fee and a carrier to bring your new pet home in. We highly recommend laying a towel or piece of fleece on the bottom of the carrier and bringing some veggies for them to munch on in the car to help reduce the stress of being in the car.
You will be asked to sign an adoption contract before taking your pet home.
If you have any questions please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to working with you. Thank you again for your interest in adoption!
Surrendering an Animal
If you need to surrender an animal, please copy and paste the link into your browser and fill out the surrender form: bit.ly/halfsurrender . You will be notified via email when there is an opening in the rescue. Please be patient - we have a very long waiting list and it may take several weeks/months to find placement for your pet(s). We will email you when we have a spot!