Northeast Animal Shelter
Visit our website
Duffy's Close Call
During a January blizzard, a little Siamese cat named Duffy was desperate for warmth. He knew he needed shelter to survive, so he crawled into the only place he could find – the warm hood of a nearby car. He snuggled close to the engineā€¦ and then tragedy struck.

The owners of the car returned and turned on the car. They heard a horrible cry and jumped out of the car to find Duffy, lying in the snow and bleeding heavily. He had been caught in the fan belt and endured deep lacerations to his little body.

The vet wasn't sure Duffy would survive... but he surprised us all.
Read More
Time, Love and Ruti Tuti
Finding a forever home isn't always easy... but it's always worth it. Nobody knows this better than Ruti Tuti and his adopted mom, Anna.

Ruti came to the Shelter when his owner moved out-of-state and could not bring him with her. Like many dogs, he was frightened of his new surroundings. But with some love, comfort and emergency medical attention to cure severe ear infections in both ears, Ruti was once again a friendly and loving boy.

When Anna visited the Shelter, she knew he was the dog for her. Ruti's adjustment to his new home wasn't without its hiccups... but Anna wouldn't trade her pup for anything.
Read More
Stella's Timeless Gift
Stella Barclay was a talented piano teacher, an active member of her church and an advocate for education. She was also an animal lover. Sadly, Stella recently passed away at the age of 103 – but her kindness and generosity are very much alive and well. Because Stella loved animals so much, she included the Shelter as a beneficiary of her annuity.

Thousands of homeless pets will be rescued and taken care of thanks to her bequest. Learn more about planned giving with Northeast Animal Shelter.
In This Issue
1. Duffy's Close Call

2. Time, Love and Ruti Tuti

3. Stella's Timeless Gift

4. Featured Pets
Our no-kill shelter is committed to finding loving forever homes for every homeless pet who comes through our doors – but we can't do that without your generous support.
Donate Now
Tell A Friend
Must-see Video

Made by one of our terrific volunteers.

Basic Training Classes for Puppies & Dogs

Classes meet on Tuesday evenings. For details, contact Betty: (978)745-9888, x302.

Foster Care for Pets

Northeast Animal Shelter is desperately seeking qualified foster homes!

Learn More
Featured Pets
Maxwell the Collie
Age: 2 years
Breed: Collie Mix
Gender: Male
see more dogs
Age: 9 years
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Gender: Male
see more cats
Northeast Animal Shelter | 347 Highland Avenue, Salem, MA 01970 | Phone: (978) 745-9888
Monday - Friday: 10am - 8pm | Saturday & Sunday: 10am - 6pm

Privacy Policy | Contact Us
Northeast Animal Shelter