Feather, the sweet dog who came to LHS after she had been allegedly beaten by her owner, is on the road to recovery thanks to the generosity of our donors. Feather's femur injury was so complex she ended up needing to have a second surgical procedure to ensure her leg healed properly, but despite her traumatic past and her ongoing medical challenges, Feather still adores people. After weeks of being confined to keep her from re-injuring the leg, and having to be carried in and out for each walk, Feather has started her daily routine of physical therapy - Continue reading
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This last weekend dozens of volunteers came to LHS to help during NBC and Telemundo's "Clear the Shelters" national adoption promotion. They cleaned cages, helped with media, brought snacks for the team and generally helped our facility and animals look their best. We can't thank you enough for your time and dedication.Last year this event was incredibly successful for LHS: we waived fees on dogs over 40 pounds and cats over 4 months and were able to place 17 dogs and 22 cats into new homes. This year we did exactly the same thing, but we weren't so successful. I wanted...
Liberty Humane Society's Low-Cost Wellness Clinic was featured in the summer issue of Best Friends' Magazine!
For National Haiku Day we asked for your best Animal & Pet Haiku. We received many great, hilarious, heartbreaking and/or heartwarming poems. Here are the 3 (plus an honorable mention) that we have selected to be featured in our Fall Newsletter. Thanks to all who submitted! Finalists: Continue reading
Starting on April 28, 2016, the NJ Funnyfest will feature premier stand-up comics from the NY/NJ Metro area performing at local venues in Hoboken, NJ. Portions of the proceeds from each ticket will go to support LHS in our mission to help local animals in need. Donation jars will also go out during events to collect extra funds! Comma D Productions, which takes a huge part in organizing the festival, has been a long-time supporter of LHS - often fundraising at shows and comedy festivals throughout the country. In the past four years these amazing events have raised over $8000... Continue reading
In honor of National Haiku Day on April 17th, Liberty Humane Society is holding a contest for the best Animal & Pet Haiku. The top 3 haiku (to be selected by LHS staff) will be posted on the LHS Facebook page and voted on by our audience. The First and Second Place winners will be published in an upcoming LHS newsletter and will receive prizes*! Submit your best below!! *Prizes may include an LHS T-Shirt, Tote Bag, high-fives, photos of animals, and/or books.
Exciting news--we're bringing LHS's community services on the road to you! Hudson County residents: which events would be most beneficial to you and your community? If enough people from a town express an interest we'll make it happen!
Last February, North was brought in to LHS as a stray off the streets of Jersey City. He was badly frightened and with his 60 pounds, he was difficult for all but our most experienced dog-walkers to handle. The stress of the kennel and being around all of the other dogs was causing him to become even more challenging, and it was clear we had to find a foster. Continue reading
5th Graders from Jersey City PS #3 came for their annual tour at Liberty Humane Society to get a first-hand look at their community shelter and to learn about the work we do to find homes for unwanted pets. Jaime Altschul, teacher at PS #3, has added Animal Care and Compassion (ACC) to her curriculum. ACC is designed to educate the children about homeless animals and the shelter system. Students learn the importance of spaying and neutering, treating animals with compassion, statistics on homeless animals, and also carry out a series of projects to benefit the shelter throughout the year.... Continue reading