Help Pets Impacted By The Texas Storm

    Northeast Animal Shelter and the MSPCA-Angell Relocate Over 100 Animals from Storm-Ravaged Texas to Massachusetts Teams Transport Pets from Austin Pets Alive! to New England in the Wake of Historic Winter Storm    SALEM, Feb. 25, 2021 – In the wake of deadly storms that brought record low temperatures, ice and snow to Texas —… Read more »

Help Mend Coco and Reesie’s ‘Broken Hearts’

    Homeless Puppies from Georgia Need Surgery to Mend “Broken Hearts” Before Loving Homes can be found   Northeast Animal Shelter and MSPCA-Angell Pull out All the Stops to Save “Coco” and “Reesie”   BOSTON and Salem, Mass.— Feb. 23, 2021 – At just 12 weeks old, “Coco” and “Reesie” have already experienced their… Read more »

My year with Ruby!

Oh My! Ruby is such a love and so, so spoiled. She has 5 beds in the house – she follows me everywhere all day. She even gets up with me to pee and sits on the rug and waits!! So there are beds in the living room, dining room, my office, my bedroom and… Read more »

Love Story: Bunker

Naturally, everyone who works at NEAS is an animal lover.   However, we definitely have our favorites! And one such pet was Bunker. This friendly, goodnatured guy was surrendered last November when his beloved owner lost his home and was unable to find lodging that allowed dogs. They were both devastated by the parting. Which… Read more »

New Partnership Provides Safety for People and Pets

When someone needs to escape domestic violence, they often delay leaving because of concern for their pet’s safety if left behind.   Today, Northeast Animal Shelter’s new partnership with Healing Abuse Working for Change (HAWC) is removing an important barrier. When a survivor is ready to leave, NEAS will work directly with HAWC to place… Read more »

Letty: The Ultimate Makeover

You wouldn’t know it by looking at her sweet, beautiful face, but Letty was once in very bad shape.   Found walking down a back road in Georgia all alone, she was completely bald and her skin was swollen and infected. Poor Letty must have been in terrible pain from the mange that covered her… Read more »

Grumpy or Just Misunderstood?

Don’t let Sasha’s grumpy face fool you.   She’s actually a sweetheart! Which is why we were puzzled when the family who adopted her in April, returned her in May. They just couldn’t understand why Sasha kept urinating on the rug, even though they kept her litter box clean and tried different types of litter…. Read more »

Sign the petition to crack down on puppy mills

  The USDA just finalized a new rule to address its longstanding practice of ‘rubber stamping’ licenses, which has allowed facilities that violate the law – like puppy mills – to stay in business with little to no oversight. But in reality, this new rule fails to enact any meaningful changes. And this lack of… Read more »

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 »