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Bark in the Park 2014
When? Saturday, October 11, 2014
Where? Church Square Park, Hoboken, NJ
Event Time? 12pm - 5pm. Dog walk fundraiser begins at noon.
Registration for Bark in the Park 2014 is now open!
Bark in the Park, Liberty Humane's biggest fundraising and alumni gathering event of the year, is back! To celebrate Bark in the Park’s 11th year, we are planning for an even bigger and better event that will be jam-packed with fun games for humans and their furry friends.
The event kicks off with a half-mile dog walk that fundraisers take part in around Hoboken that concludes at Church Square Park for the Bark In The Park festival, full of vendors, contests, games, crafts, demonstrations, and more!
Can't join us for the event itself? Consider becoming a "Virtual Walker" or support our BIP 2014 Mascot, Mackenzie!
Introducing Bayonne BARKS!
Introducing Bayonne BARKS, a one-day event at 16th Street Park Street (Lower Level) in Bayonne, on September 13, 2014 from 10 AM - 3 PM.
This year Liberty Humane Society became the Animal Control and Sheltering provider for the City of Bayonne. We're so excited to add this community to the LHS family, we decided to celebrate with our very first Bayonne event! We've jam-packed our offering for the day, including:
Our Famous Low-Cost Pet Wellness Clinic, offering vaccines and microchipping on-site
A Bring-Your-Own-Dog-Wash! Bring your pooch, and we'll provide the supplies to get him squeaky clean
Raffles and prizes sponsored by PetFoodNetwork.com
NAME YOUR PRICE PET ADOPTION PROMOTION
That's right! At our Bayonne BARKS event, we'll be hosting a one-day Name Your Price Pet Adoption Promotion! When you meet your new best friend at our one-day adoption event at Bayonne BARKS, YOU tell US how much you want to give for the adoption fee!
Make sure to tell your friends and family; our mobile adoption unit will be on site and we'll have dozens of adorable, adoptable cats and dogs all ready for their forever homes!
Liberty Humane Society thanks City of Bayonne and Mayor James M. David for their partnership hosting this event, and
If you are interested in becoming a foster parent, please fill out this form to get started. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
LHS and Neighborhood Cats Team Up to Fix Ferals in Jersey City
Things are looking up for feral cats in Jersey City’s 07306 zip code. That’s because the area, currently overrun with unowned cats, has been selected as the focus of a 250-cat targeted spay/neuter project, to be jointly administered by Liberty Humane Society and Neighborhood Cats. The project is made possible by a grant from PetSmart Charities®.
In the coming months cats in the target area will be humanely trapped, spayed and neutered, and returned to their original locations. Spay/neuter services will be provided by the People for Animals clinic in Hillside, NJ. The cats will also be vaccinated against rabies and “eartipped” – under anesthesia the tip of the left ear is painlessly removed, to permanently mark the cat as being “fixed”. The whole process is called Trap-Neuter-Return or “TNR” and is the best way to gradually reduce the numbers of outdoor cats while improving overall health and eliminating the mating behaviors that create public nuisances, like pungent tomcat spray and late-night caterwauling.
The city’s 07306 zip code accounts for one of Liberty Humane Society’s highest intake rates of feral and stray cats, with 143 kittens and adults turned in over the past year. TNR for this targeted project will be concentrated in the area’s northeast section as far west as Tonnelle Avenue and with Lincoln Highway marking the southern border.
Residents in the target area can report the locations of unneutered colonies by contacting our Jersey City Feral Cat Hotline, (201) 351-7772 or by emailing email@example.com. Community members can also receive training from Neighborhood Cats to become feral cat caretakers – a sort of kitty guardian angel – to make sure their colonies are properly fed and sheltered. Anyone interested in fostering a kitten or friendly cat rescued from outdoors during the TNR project may inquire about Liberty Humane Society’s foster care program; visit the shelter at 235 Jersey City Blvd. or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have more questions about feral cats and this targeted program? Click here for a list of FAQs.
Your LHS at Adoptapalooza at Union Square, NYC
Date: 7 September 2014 12:00 to 05:00
Summary: Liberty Humane Society is proud to participate in the Adoptapalooza presented by the Mayor's Allian [more >>]
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Posted: Aug 13, 2014