Community Pet Food Bank — Keeping People and Their Pets Together

Although saving homeless pets is central to our mission, Northeast Animal Shelter recognizes we can’t help pets without also helping the people who love them.   That’s why we launched the Community Pet Food Bank, which distributes donated food to members of our community in need, to help keep them and their pets together during… Read more »

Introducing Our New Southeast Transport Hub

Saving Homeless Pets Across America – Northeast Animal Shelter’s lifesaving transport program – is at the heart of our mission, which is why we are excited to announce that NEAS now has a dedicated Southeast Transport Hub!    Based out of Tennessee, the Transport Hub oversees the crucial process of pulling at-risk homeless cats and… Read more »

Quarantine Foster Heroes

When the Shelter chose to close in March for the well-being of our staff, volunteers and community, we had more than 100 pets in our care and needed to find them more comfortable and nurturing places to stay.   Without hesitation, our amazing foster volunteers stepped up – opening their hearts and homes to our… Read more »

Kona and her Kittens

While we were all sheltering in place, a young cat named Kona sought refuge in an abandoned house in Massachusetts, along with her mother and three littermates.    By the time they were discovered and rescued, it was clear that Kona was pregnant and needed a quiet, safe place to prepare for her kittens.  One… Read more »

A Brighter Future for Rainey and Storm

Rainey and Storm came to us in the wake of a tragedy.   These sisters found their way to Northeast Animal Shelter after their family’s home in Georgia burned to the ground – but not before they bravely saved the lives of their loved ones inside. The family said the two dogs alerted them that… Read more »

Shelter Reopening Update – August 2020

Since the Shelter’s temporary closing in March as a result of COVID-19,  we have received over 14,000 pre-adoption forms from interested adopters. We are so touched by the outpouring of interest we have received from people wanting to adopt and foster homeless pets, and we greatly appreciate your patience while we make adjustments to the new… Read more »

Success Story: Bentley and Willow

Bentley and Willow wouldn’t be here today without our Saving Homeless Pets Across America program.    These six-year-old siblings were surrendered together to an overcrowded shelter in West Virginia.  Despite their lovable dispositions, time was running out, and their fate was uncertain.  Our rescue partner alerted us about these two sweethearts, and we arranged for… Read more »

A Senior Pug Named Duke

At 11 years, Duke was content growing old alongside his beloved owners.    But when they passed away within nine months of each other, this senior Pug suddenly found himself all alone. With no one to take him in, Duke was surrendered to our Shelter. The first thing we noticed is that Duke walked with… Read more »

One Sweet Melody

Melody’s family loved her very much … So when they realized their daughter was allergic to cats, they were utterly heartbroken.   They brought Melody to Northeast Animal Shelter in the hopes that we could find another family for her. When Melody arrived, she was very nervous and shut down – which was understandable given her… Read more »