Why do we work so diligently to raise money for our ♀Spay ♂Neuter Fund? So we can give grants to hard working rescue groups! This grant money specifically targets sterilization – currently the best way we know of to #StopRoverpopulation at the source.
We’ve sought out twelve New Jersey based organizations that rescue dogs or cats to be our 2015 Twelve Spays Of Christmas recipients. These groups are dedicated to saving, vetting, sterilizing and finding great homes for companion animals. Some are previous grant recipients; some we have just discovered. We’ll report and continue to update this post as we receive the photos of the beneficiary pups or kitties. Enjoy!
3 Hearts 4 Paws Rescue
3 Hearts 4 Paws is primarily a canine rescue, pulling dogs from high kill shelters across the U.S. Their goal is to save as many lives as possible and to bring an awareness to those around them of the pain and suffering that occurs in puppy mills and the fate that awaits those discarded to shelters.
Good Karma Dog Rescue
Good Karma Dog Rescue, Inc. began with a vision of education, support and love with a strong belief that what goes around, comes around. They are a community of animal lovers with a focus on doing what is right and making a difference!
Karma Cat Zen Dog Rescue Society
The mission of the Karma Cat + Zen Dog Rescue Society is to provide a safe and peaceful haven for homeless, abandoned or abused animals.
Lambertville Animal Welfare
LAW is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Corporation supporting a group of Volunteer residents dedicated to saving the lives of animals in Lambertville and surrounding municipalities in Hunterdon County, NJ.
North Brunswick Humane Association
The North Brunswick Humane Association is a volunteer 501(C)(3) non-profit Association serving the Brunswick area with the purpose of educating and guiding their community in the humane treatment of animals. Through education they hope to raise awareness and stop the cruel, senseless and inhumane treatment of animals.
S & L Animal Rescue
Their mission is to help animals that have found their way into kill shelters from neglectful owners.
Second Chance Pet Adoption League
An all-volunteer non-profit organization dedicated to finding homes for endangered pets. They rescue mostly from local shelters/pounds that may otherwise have to euthanize due to lack of space, and puppy mills where dogs live in cages, neglected until they are no longer useful. They also accept owner surrendered dogs on a limited basis depending on space.
Whiskers Hope believes it is their responsibility to protect and improve the lives of abused, abandoned, and homeless cats and dogs, and to place them in loving permanent homes. They work with many shelters in state and out of state and provide spay and neuter and any necessary medical care for pets. They are a no-kill, non-profit charitable 501(c)(3) organization.