Talk about a first impression! When Heather arrived at Northeast Animal Shelter from one of our Southern rescue partners, she immediately made it known that it was going to take a while for her to warm up to her new surroundings. Not only was Heather very vocal in her kennel, which didn’t endear her… Read more »
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It’s heartbreaking when loved ones can no longer care for themselves, and even more so when they can no longer care for their pets. That was the situation facing a family whose mother had raised Puddin’, a 12-year-old Himalayan show cat. When the woman was diagnosed with dementia, her family reached out to Northeast… Read more »
Urge Congress to Pass the WOOF Act Mills are horrific commercial breeding facilities where puppies and other pets are “mass-produced” for sale. These poor animals live in terrible conditions with little to no exercise, human contact, or veterinary care. But you can speak up for pets who only know a life of abuse, cruelty… Read more »
I’m a really sweet guy looking for my forever home where I can love my person and be loved in return.
Wanted! Animal lovers interested in being part of a rescued pets’ journey to love. Join our volunteer team today.
Mookie (Toby) is doing fantastic!! He is a wonderful addition to our family. We lost our Z-man (Zorro) Memorial Day weekend, at the age of just shy of 17. Never thought I could love another, but the MOOk man has got me!! He is very playful, loving, affectionate, cuddly, and smart. He is making us… Read more »
We re named Anita to Nala, because we feel it fits her more. So far she is doing great! It took no time to potty train her. Ever since we brought her home she’s had zero accidents in the house! I’m sure the foster family had a lot to do with that and we are… Read more »
Ghiradelli (renamed Leo) has adjusted better than we could have expected. He is super playful and curious, might I say even bomb proof. He’s one of the bravest cats I’ve brought into this house, he’s even tried to fight the vacuum cleaner! His temperament is perfect: he’s super playful and high energy, but has no… Read more »
Beethoven (now named Crash) is doing great! He is incredibly smart, affectionate, and eager to learn – he has been very easy to train, and has adapted to his new home quickly. He does have some dog reactivity, which we were notified about pre-adoption, but we have been going through a weekly training course with… Read more »
Marjorie is doing great. She is now comfortable in our home. She is making progress every day. She is now more playful and curious and less shy. She loves to cuddle.