People for Animals helped in trapping a feral cat with compassion. Chase was neutered by PFA and now has a wonderful indoor life.
Spaying and neutering cats and dogs prevents a lot of heartache for people that pick up the pieces.
I brought in a feral, scrufty, tick infested tomcat with an eye infection to be neutered. While he was sedated for his neuter, the staff kindly treated his eyes and picked all the ticks off of him! They also gave him a long-acting antibiotic and a 3-month tick repellant. They obviously care about the animals and want them to get a new lease on life! Thanks sooooo much PFA!
Love this place, the vet there is amazing. Dr. Heeb (~sp) is the best. I've had all my routine vaccinations, spaying, and neutering done here
Everyone is so helpful & kind. They went the extra mile to call me during my dogs procedure (spayed) to notify me that she had a very small lump on her belly. Nothing to worry about, but to keep an eye on it & if it increases in size to have my veterinarian check it out. They showed me exactly where it was when I picked her up.
It did grow & my veterinarian drained it. Happy Healthy Poochie!!
Thank You PFA Inc.
Amazing, you should see their incisions. They are way better than any spay I have done at a regular vet. Very Small, no issues. This is just one thing that they do that is wonderful. They have helped the local feral cat populations immensely with their grants and they have helped people with low cost care. And helped people like myself afford to TNR and foster kittens.
This non profit help to make spay or neuter affordable for pet owners who other wise may not afford to do it in a timely manner. Helping to control unwanted pet births. Ever dealing I have had with them is full of compaction and carring. There work has great value to the whole community and is so full of kindness and humanity.
My Newfoundland was spayed by People for Animals and it was a great experience from start to finish. They were so professional and caring. The process was very organized and we were so impressed with this non-profit organization. I would recommend them to anyone who has a pet.
I found out about People for animals 9 years ago. I found this organization to be very caring and compassionate. I am thrilled to see the strides they have made.
This group understands, overpopulation is the root problem, causesing unwanted, homeless pets. They helped us with the spayng of our rescue cat, as well as, helping us with a difficult neuter issue with our dog. They provided excellent and compassionate care.
They are so caring and they took great care of both of my cats when it was time to get them fixed. Each person who works there is incredibly sweet and you can tell that they are true animal lovers.
I was the coordinator of the North Brunswick Humane Association's Community Cat Program from 2013 until this year. We have brought in hundreds and hundreds of feral cats to the People for Animals clinic in Robbinsville. PFA has also partnered with NBHA and two other TNR groups to sponsor free clinics for 50-75 cats in one day. Without their help, their dedicated staff, we would not have been able to accomplish so much. PFA also went above and beyond in helping us with injured cats. Mr. Bib was badly injured, pictured here. Their vet fixed him up and their community cat coordinated found a rescue to take him in. We are so grateful for their help and dedication. He is happy and in a forever home thanks to the help of People for Animals.
I would never have been able to help people in my town with TNR without PFA Hillside's help and low prices. They even helped me bring 8 cages to my car during their busy pick-up time and worked with me to get the job done without missing a day of work. Love them
I have adopted two cats over the years from People for Animals, and that is great. However, the best part of PFA's work is in providing low cost spaying and neutering services for cats and dogs. I have been in their clinic and am so impressed with the dedication the staff has shown in reducing the overwhelming problem of pet over-population and homelessness.
People for Animals is great. I took in a kitten many years ago and needed to have the cat spayed.
I used People for Animals services and was able to get my cat spayed at a very affordable price. Everything went well and I enjoyed my Muffy for many years.
While the waiting process can be a bit stressful and long, it's worth it. The surgeons did an excellent job with my puppy's spay procedure. When we went back for a re-check the next day, the doctors and other workers were so friendly and nice! So were the people at the front desk.
I've been a long-time supporter and advocate for PFA but have recently started volunteering with them. I was so impressed with how efficient and productive they are! The entire facility is streamlined and employees are friendly and warm. They've been doing such amazing work for years but it's good to see where my donations have gone. I'm so happy they've been a valuable resource for so many in the area.
Over the past 10 years or so my wife and I have fostered many, many dogs prior to them finding their forever homes. More recently we have started fostering kittens from People for Animals. There are as many differences in fostering puppies versus kittens as there are similarities. What is the same, and I think the main point of fostering, is to help these young animals gain confidence around people and other animals as well as experience of living in a home. We've had so many kittens come to us from feral groups and not surprisingly they tend to be very scared and hand shy when they first arrive. Within a week or so however they start to realize people aren't so bad. Within another week or so, they discover the pleasure of laying on a person's lap and napping contentedly till they roll on to their back and bliss out. PFA's mission to support these animals and take them from feral communities on the street to give them a home and a family that will take care of them and love them forever is inspiring. You can't fail to see the benefit of helping give these animals a good start in life before going off to make some family love them. PFA makes that happen.
I volunteered one day to help cat and dog owners know how to care for their pets after they were spayed or neutered. The vet, technicians and assistants were all very professional and caring in their approach to the animals. The assistant who spoke with the clients was compassionate and kind when discussing how to care for their pet. The staff was extremely knowledgeable and caring.
I found PFA Hillside through Volunteer Match.com. I was out of work and looking to spend my spare time helping the community and animals. That's when I found PFA. I love the fact they are a low cost spay/nueter clinic service g the community. So many folks need these services. I work as a volunteer here since the summer and so happy to have made connections and help animals. Everyone from the office staff to the doctors are very helpful, down to earth and friendly. It makes working here enjoyable and fun all the while making a difference in the lives of animals. So glad I found PFA. Because of them I found new found joy after the loss of my cat Dusty by also taking on fostering. Thank you. I'd definitely recommend.