Animal Rescue is all about networking; coming together as a community to help save animals.
Here are other organizations that provide a variety of services in the effort to save as many animals as we can.
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Set in Pennsylvania's Appalachian Mountains NE of Harrisburg, The Best Little Cat House in PA is one of the nations longest established organizations providing hospice care for cats.
The Best Little Cat House in PA is an IRS 501 (c) 3 'Not for Profit' organization. For 30 years Lynn Stitt and a dedicated team of volunteers have run the shelter for old, sick and terminally ill cats. Cats brought into the shelter including ones that have been diagnosed with Feline Aids (FIV) and Feline Leukemia (FeLV) can live out their lives in a warm, caring almost family environment and are provided with the best food and care possible.
Alex Yer Art
Talented local artist Alex Yer loves animals. In an attempt to help facilitate adoptions and garner attention for our rescue kitties, Alex volunteers her time and talent drawing beautiful portraits of our foster cats.
Anyone who adopts one of the featured cats in the artwork will receive the portrait free with adoption.
Click on the link below and you can purchase a custom piece of your own beloved pet from Alex.
Bath, Body and Candle Moments
A locally owned business here on Staten Island, we are very grateful that Bath Body & Candle Moments have been donating a portion of their sales to us.
"a small company dedicated to creating hand-crafted natural bath, body, and candle products that have a little bit of attitude. We pride ourselves on using the highest quality botanicals and plant-derived oils and waxes. All of our products are vegan and cruelty-free, and we support animal rescue. We believe in offering transparent labeling with ingredients gifted from nature. Sassy and classy, we create snarky joy from life's little moments.
As a company whose main vision is to protect Earth's creatures, we are proud to support Staten Island Hope Animal Rescue by donating a portion of our profits to this charity."