We Salute the efforts of the SPCA

Victims of Hurricane Sandy   Still
Need Our Help
Since   Sandy made landfall, ASPCA responders have been working around the clock to   rescue animals from the floodwaters and reunite them with their guardians.   We’ve delivered critical pet supplies and provided emergency veterinary care   in some of the hardest-hit areas. And we couldn’t have done it without you.
As   temperatures inch closer to freezing in the Northeast, many families without   power or running water in damaged homes are facing increasingly dire   circumstances. Everywhere our pet supply vehicles stop, we are met by a crowd   of needy pet parents, and the demand for pet food is increasing by the day.
Despite   all these families have lost, they’re doing all they can to care for and feed   their pets. To date, we’ve distributed thousands of pounds of pet food and   cat litter to areas of extreme need, and we are fielding requests for more   every single day. We’ve assisted more than 6,000 animals so far, and thanks   to your unwavering support, we’ll be able to help countless others.
Please don’t forget about those animals that are still   waiting for our help. Every penny of your donation will go   directly to our disaster relief fund. Thank you for your support of the ASPCA   and for allowing us to help where we’re needed most.

We Salute the efforts of the SPCA

Victims of Hurricane Sandy   Still
Need Our Help
Since   Sandy made landfall, ASPCA responders have been working around the clock to   rescue animals from the floodwaters and reunite them with their guardians.   We’ve delivered critical pet supplies and provided emergency veterinary care   in some of the hardest-hit areas. And we couldn’t have done it without you.
As   temperatures inch closer to freezing in the Northeast, many families without   power or running water in damaged homes are facing increasingly dire   circumstances. Everywhere our pet supply vehicles stop, we are met by a crowd   of needy pet parents, and the demand for pet food is increasing by the day.
Despite   all these families have lost, they’re doing all they can to care for and feed   their pets. To date, we’ve distributed thousands of pounds of pet food and   cat litter to areas of extreme need, and we are fielding requests for more   every single day. We’ve assisted more than 6,000 animals so far, and thanks   to your unwavering support, we’ll be able to help countless others.
Please don’t forget about those animals that are still   waiting for our help. Every penny of your donation will go   directly to our disaster relief fund. Thank you for your support of the ASPCA   and for allowing us to help where we’re needed most.

Follow the leader and help

Come on follow me and let’s go make a donation to help our animal friends get food, shelter, medical attention from www.livingforacause.org

Follow the leader and help

Come on follow me and let’s go make a donation to help our animal friends get food, shelter, medical attention from www.livingforacause.org

Please Help

Please remember there are still so many people and their pets in need of our help. Wherever you can help, volunteer, donate, taking someone’s pet in, giving shelter or food, water, please reach out and be there.  We thank all those who have taken their time or resources to help all those hurt by Sandy.

Please Help

Please remember there are still so many people and their pets in need of our help. Wherever you can help, volunteer, donate, taking someone’s pet in, giving shelter or food, water, please reach out and be there.  We thank all those who have taken their time or resources to help all those hurt by Sandy.

Proud of our Volunteers

Bill and Kirsten Mullen of Pa. came to the NJ shore with their Smoke-N-Dudes barbecue trucks to help feed the hungry and displaced people from Hurricane Sandy.  We salute them for opening their hearts to all of us here in NJ. 

Dogs and Veterans Perfect Together

Many U.S. veterans are struggling with invisible wounds such as post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety and depression. But some of them are finding peace at home thanks to their canine companions.

 Operation Freedom Paws, a nonprofit in Gilroy, California, that helps veterans train their own service dogs. It is run by Mary Cortani, a veteran and one of the top 10 CNN Heroes of 2012.

Veterans in Focus: Celebrating, honoring veterans

When veterans train “their own service dog, there are immediate benefits right off the bat,” Cortani said. “They have a mission and a purpose again. It gives them something to focus on and to complete. It gives them a sense of security and safety. … They know they’re not alone. They’ve always got their buddy at the end of the leash.”

Dogs and Veterans Perfect Together

Many U.S. veterans are struggling with invisible wounds such as post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety and depression. But some of them are finding peace at home thanks to their canine companions.

 Operation Freedom Paws, a nonprofit in Gilroy, California, that helps veterans train their own service dogs. It is run by Mary Cortani, a veteran and one of the top 10 CNN Heroes of 2012.

Veterans in Focus: Celebrating, honoring veterans

When veterans train “their own service dog, there are immediate benefits right off the bat,” Cortani said. “They have a mission and a purpose again. It gives them something to focus on and to complete. It gives them a sense of security and safety. … They know they’re not alone. They’ve always got their buddy at the end of the leash.”

Jersey Strong

We are staying strong and hopeful, here in New Jersey.  We are helping each other and praying for each other.  New Jersey Rocks !



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