At least twice a week over the past several months, the Society rescues pets that have been left to die in apartments, garages, sheds, houses, etc. In some cases, we are too late. Sometimes they are discovered by neighbors, landlords, etc.
The heartless abandonment of such helpless animals has escalated and it is our hope to increase awareness so that people may become attentive and alert to such incidents.
These two young male boys were left in an apartment without food and water. It is not known how long they were abandoned there but the superintendent of the building saw the skeletal figures waiting in the apartment for an owner who would never return. He brought them to the Society where immediate veterinary care has begun. They are about 6 months old and would love to belong to a kind and caring owner. We call these two guys Felix and Oscar.
Thanks to your donations to our Res-Q Fund, we continue to help those needy animals in search of a new life. File N-107209-M and File 107210-M (Newark).
They are so young and their lives have not even begun. For more information about Felix and Oscar, contact us or call 973-824-7080. The Society is located at 124 Evergreen Ave. in Newark, off of Frelinghuysen Ave., convenient to Rt. 22, Routes 1 & 9, Garden State Parkway & NJ Turnpike.
Please help - donate to our Res-Q Fund to help the many sick and injured animals that come through our doors.