When a Union Beach resident passed away, he left 33 cats in his home. The AHS was called in to remove them from the property.
Sadly, there were no relatives or friends that could assist in re-homing any of them. All of the cats had been altered and were well cared for.
All of them are now at the AHS facilities in search of a caring family and a lifetime of love and acceptance.
These kitties range in age from 2-6 and they are all very friendly and social. Please consider adopting a cat or two from our facility in the near future! Thanks and please spread the word as we have an overload of kitties right now!
If you cannot adopt, please consider a donation to our Res-Q Fund, donate by texting HumaneHelp to 41444, or donate some canned cat food.
The AHS is open 7 days a week for your convenience. Please stop in between noon and 4 p.m. For more information, call AHS at 732-922-0100 or e-mail us at email@example.com
Pet owners are urged to consider what will happen in the event you are no longer able to care for your pets.
Arrangements should be made for such an occurrence. At the very least, you should advise a friend, relative, veterinarian, etc.as to what you desire in the event of you are no longer able to care for your pets and what your last wishes would be for your pet.