“The Forgotten Pets Project”
The Forgotten Pets project was founded by our “celebrity” dog trainer, Pete Campione. Pete’s goal is to raise public awareness and encourage everyone to support their local shelter or rescue organization.
Pete is requesting donations of everyday household items needed for the care and rescue of forgotten pets. Local donations can be dropped off at Kindred Souls Canine Training Center, the Jersey Shore Animal Center or your local shelter nationwide.
The Jersey Shore Animal Center has received a donation from the project and we encourage you to view the “Forgotten Pets Project” commercial.
YOU can help raise awareness for animals in need in your own community. Please become a partner in this wonderful project and share this with friends and family.
Please click Here to view the Forgotten Pets Project commercial.
We have a bunch of wonderful adult cats here in the shelter. But why adopt an adult when you can get a kitten? Here are 10 reasons why to adopt an Adult!
Cole came to the Jersey Shore Animal Center on the chilly morning of November 20th 2010. He came as a stray and as sweet as a kitten could be. It was hard to believe that someone didn’t come looking for the little guy. Cole grew up here at the shelter, starting in with his kitten friends. Slowly his friends got adopted and here Cole remains, all grown up and handsome. You can find this panther of a cat in our Free Roaming room looking as regal as ever.
As much as we all love Cole we are sad to see him sitting here waiting for it to be his turn to go home. He gets along with other cats (though he is known to be King) and does okay dogs – so that isn’t a problem. He loves everyone he meets as well. On average most cats spend 3 months at our shelter before they go to their forever homes. This hasn’t been the case for this big boy, as time goes by he is passed over again and again.
We are looking for Cole’s forever family. Could it be you?
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