Local People Helping Local Animals
Take a look at hightlights from our past year "In the News". We would like to thank "The Bergen Record", CBS NY Local News, New Jersey 12 News, ABC NY Local News, NJ.com and North Jersey Media Group for their support in bringing our protect and rescue stories to the public.
North Bergen New Jersey, Animal Hoarding Owner Nowhere To Be Found
Fifty animals removed from deplorable conditions and rescued to safety
Update: January 18: Our rescued animals are doing well. Thanks to everyone for your support and donations. We now have an adequate supply of food on-hand but still in need of the items listed below as well as monetary donations via PayPal.
Update: January 15, 2016: We are working hard to update the website with news coverage clips and exclusive videos by brianmoss. com: Check back soon. Thank you to everyone for opening you hearts for your generous donations and interest in giving these animals a second chance.
Update: January 14, 2016; Please be advised the animals will be vetted and unavailable for the next ten days. We have received an overwhelming response for adoptions and fostering. No creature large or small should have to withstand such conditions they did. In the meantime, we are in desperate need of supplies and monetary donations to help with the cost of their care. Please check back often as
we will continue to update you on their condition and when they are ready for their fur-ever home. You can also follow us on Twitter and Facebook (links below) for updates. We would also like to thank the media for broadcasting this story and reaching out to the public. Thank you for all whom have already donated. --Webmaster, Bergen County Protect and Rescue Foundation
January 13, The owner has been identified but was not present during the rescue efforts. Local shelters and rescue groups involved were North Bergen Animal Control, Bergen County Protect and Rescue Foundation, North Jersey Humane Society, Bergen County Humane Enforcement, Ramapo Bergen Animal Rescue, Second Chance Rescue, St. Huberts Animal Rescue.
You can make a monetary donation by clicking this dedicated link via PayPal.
Supplies needed include:
You may also drop off donations at 302 2nd Street, Cliffside Park, NJ 07010
Photos courtesy of brianmoss.com
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We are a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization
HOW TO CONTACT US
Adoptions and Donation Dropoff:
302 2nd Street
Cliffside Park, NJ 07010
PO Box 1172, Fort Lee, NJ 07024
Phone: (201) 945-0649
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