Helping Mookie Feel More At Home

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Just like people, pets are consoled by familiar things in times of despair.   Nine-year old Mookie arrived at our Shelter with an unusual memento of her beloved owner – a pair of camouflage pants.  You see, her owner was a military veteran who had recently passed away. Poor Mookie had a really hard time… Read more »

Ziggy Gets a Second Chance at Life

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Ziggy may have never known human kindness Perhaps you heard about Ziggy, the tiny Yorkie found whimpering on the street and brought to our Shelter in need of urgent medical care. Judging by his horrendous condition, Ziggy may have never known human kindness until the day our medical team removed the matted, knotted fur that… Read more »

Public Education

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Our public education classes provide training and resources for adopters and other members of the community, with the goal of helping pets stay in their homes for a lifetime. Here are some of the classes we’ll be offering later this year: Pet CPR and first aid: This three-hour, hands-on course certifies pet owners and those… Read more »

Iggy’s Lust For Life

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Tiny Iggy was not even two weeks old when he was found – freezing cold, starving, and wet – on top of a pile of debris left behind by Hurricane Florence’s receding flood waters. Our rescue partner in Nelson County, Virginia placed him in foster care with their best bottle baby expert, and Iggy proved… Read more »

Sponsor an Adoption

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Did you know you can sponsor a senior or special needs pet’s adoption fee? Recently, a bighearted donor sponsored Daryl’s fee – his story is below. The adopters are not informed of this act of kindness until the adoption is finalized, but you can imagine their surprise and grateful appreciation! If you would like to… Read more »

Glue Finally Found a Family That “Sticks”!

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Glue has certainly had a long, winding road to her forever home. First adopted from Northeast Animal Shelter in 2016, she arrived back at NEAS two years later… Sadly, after her owner became very ill and was hospitalized, Glue was left alone in the apartment for a week, where local animal control found her hungry… Read more »

A new home for the New Year

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Help us find loving forever homes for abandoned cats and dogs. Make a life-saving gift by 12/31 and it will be eligible for a 2013 tax deduction!