When: Tuesday, February 02, 2016 at 02:00 PM through February 14, 2016
Where: Liberty Humane SocietyFebruary 2nd-15th find "The One" at Liberty Humane Society. Looking for someone laid back? Chill? Or energetic and feisty? We've got you covered! Fees waived on all cats and dogs four months and older. Download and print the flyer here
When: Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at 04:00 PM
Where: Liberty Humane Society in Jersey City, NJWe want to help you keep your pet healthy! Liberty Humane Society offers low-cost preventative pet health services to the public every Wednesday from 4pm-6pm. Pets are seen on a first-come, first-served basis.
When Firuzeh was brought to us off the streets she was freezing, emaciated and hungry, flea-ridden, and missing an eye. She had been declawed, left defenseless and forced to hide to stay alive. She had yet to be spayed and was probably used repeatedly for breeding. Despite all of this, Firuzeh somehow survived. LHS staff has been working diligently to restore Firuzeh to health - treating her respiratory infection, bathing her, removing all the unwelcome parasites she's picked up in her fight to keep going. Most importantly, giving her the love and affection she still amazingly responds to. Also, a blow-out:Continue readingCheeseburger had been hit by a car in Jersey City and arrived at LHS with a fractured tibia in May. The handsome orange and white kitten's leg healed well and he became an LHS staff favorite (we even decorated his cast with stars and stripes for Fourth of July!) but after a number of months he was still waiting to find his forever home. Cheeseburger’s luck changed in September, when he caught the eye of North Shore Animal League's Karla Agostinello, who makes regular trips from Long Island to Jersey City to help us out. “Within two weeks, Cheeseburger found his family, and he is doing great!” said Agostinello. “It gives me great satisfaction to pull animals from local shelters and bring them back to North Shore Animal League to find them loving homes. I have been working with LHS for some time now, and we have a great partner relationship. Like us, they have the same goals: to find homes for the animals that are in their care.” A huge thank you to North Shore, who has transferred a whopping 41 cats from LHS this year.Continue reading
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