Local Animal Welfare Organizations and Progams

Animal Friends Foundation Inc.-a non-profit organization registered with the State of New Jersey and composed entirely of volunteers. We are committed to finding solutions to the overpopulation of unwanted companion animals through education and financial support of existing low-cost spay-neuter programs. Further we support individuals and organizations that are doing good work with animals throughout Southern New Jersey.
We currently support several initiatives towards our goals.

  • Spay/ neuter clinics at reduced cost
  • Tabling at Community events to publicize AFF's mission and the services we provide
  • Low-cost housing for existing feral colonies in the County, which are distributed to individuals who have taken on the responsibility of providing food, water, shelter,and veterinary care to their colony
  • Ongoing communications with municipalities about benefits of "Trap, Neuter, Vaccinate, and Return" (TNVR)


Cape-Atlantic Citizens Altering The Strays (C.A.T.S.)
- Cape-Atlantic Citizens Altering The Strays (C.A.T.S.) is a 501C3 organization and exists to save cats from euthanasia in our area shelters.  C.A.T.S provides trap-neuter-return (TNR) service for people who are feeding ferals/strays on their properties to stop the litters of unwanted kittens and foster care for kittens to socialize and get ready for lives as pets.  C.A.T.S provides any and all veterinary care needed including of course, spay/neuter for our rescued cats and kittens.  C.A.T.S does not accept privately-owned pets into our rescue, rather those that are abandoned on the streets or in other life-threatening situations.  We place healthy, friendly, cats and kittens for adoption into loving homes. 
 

Pet Savers, Inc- a non-profit organization based in Gloucester County.  Their mission is to improve the lives of companion animals predominantly in Gloucester County and secondarily in surrounding counties, by increasing adoption and responsible pet ownership through education and community outreach.

Pet Pals of South Jersey- a non-profit New Jersey corporation organized to provide services to the animal companions of people living with terminal, chronic or debilitating illness, or financially needy senior citizens. PetPALS’ services are limited based on established policies, including a geographic limitation restricting services to Burlington, Camden, Gloucester and Salem counties. 

NJDHSS-Office of Animal Welfare-Pet protective service agency.  Promotes and protects the heath, safety and welfare of NJ pets.  Promotes responsible pet care to ensure that pets are not subject to abuse and/or neglect.

Second Chance for Animals is a registered 501(c) 3 charity in the State of New Jersey. We are a non-profit volunteer group that provides support to the Franklin Township Animal Shelter (FTAS) in Somerset, NJ by assisting at the shelter, manning adoption days at the shelter and at off-site locations, transporting the animals to veterinary appointments, and providing financial support. We are particularly proud that through our support not only do we regularly provide supplies such as food and litter to the Franklin Township Animal Shelter; we pay for every animal to be spayed or neutered and micro-chipped prior to adoption. We also provide pet food to the Franklin Food Bank to help needy families keep their pets in a loving home rather than be surrendered to a shelter. www.secondchanceforanimals.org   Please remember to LIKE Second Chance For Animals on Facebook!! Click here: http://www.facebook.com/SecondChanceForAnimals

SHARE SHelter And REscue website or SHARE SHelter And REscue yahoo group with daily listings-  SHARE is a network for SHelter And REscue groups and individuals in NJ and neighboring states, with information about Advocacy, Animal care, Court cases, Emergency info, Events, Fundraising, Health/Medical issues,  Humane education, Legislation, Lost/Found, Puppy mills,  Shelter resources, TNR, Vegetarian and cruelty-free info, Wildlife and more.

 

Animal Welfare Organizations and Programs