The ASPCA provided us with an emergency grant that helped the 26 dogs we rescued from the flooding in South Carolina! We could not have done it without them. The process was user friendly, the staff was professional and a pleasure to work with.
Great experience with patient, knowledgeable staff and volunteers. We left with the two most adorable kittens and couldn't be happier.
The staff was great. I had previously worked at ASPCA a few years ago and knew the difficulty in getting pets with handicaps and deformities adopted. I had recently had one of my cats pass away, and went there looking for a " special needs" cat, knowing that he or she would fit in with my other pets. I looked at a few, but fell in love with this little Tripod. The staff was very helpful in explaining what he would need, and getting me through the adoption process. He turned out to be a great little guy. He made friends with my others quickly and is a real love bug. I was so glad I adopted him. The staff there helped me make a great choice. I highly recommend going to ASPCA to adopt. They won't rush you through a decision. They make sure you get what is appropriate for your level of experience.
Staff was incredibly patient and caring. Excellent facility. Adorable animals!! - highly recommend
I Adopted 2 Kitten's at ASPCA Over The Summer & there Very Healthy Good Kitten's & i'm keeping them Forever :) & there Names are Oreo & Garfield & I Love them a lot :) ASPCA Is Awesome. :)
The ASPCA, through their Rescuing Racers Initiative, has sparked the horse racing industry to focus on quality aftercare when horses are done running. We appreciate their continued support in our mission....
I just adopted a new cat from the ASPCA van. The staff and volunteers were so helpful and friendly, and I am impressed with all the support you get for a new pet-- an info packet, collar and starter tag, dry and canned food, plus I got a great deal on a new cat carrier. He also came home w a hand crocheted blanket and two little cat toys. You can really tell that the ASPCA genuinely cares about animals and love cats!
Just received news that our animal shelter will receiving a grant from the ASPCA to help us with our work. Thank you ASPCA for your generous support!
Thank you for your generous donation for the spay/neuter grant to help Animalkind in Hudson, NY continue their work with ferals. This grant will enable them to reach even more people in the community in need of help.
Thanks to ASPCA NY, their spay/neutering grant to Animalkind Inc. (animalkind.info) in Hudson, NY, we were able to do 2000+ procedures for low-income pet owners in 2013. We are looking forward to do more of the same this coming year with the generous grant that the A has just awarded us for 2015-16. We are also grateful for the mobil S/N clinic which will enable us to go to farmers and low income communities--families with unneutered cats and be able to help people who otherwise will not have the means or access to take care of their animals. We are so grateful to be able to carry out this work. Thank you ASPCA NY!!!
The ASPCA is the BEST organization helping animals and organizations! Animalkind Inc. in Hudson, NY had a fire in 2012 and the ASPCA stepped in to help to rebuild our facility as well as granted us a big grant to alter pets of low-income pet owners!
In addition, a vehicle was donatated, much needed in our rural area, to transport pets of low-income pet owners to our S/N clinic at our facility! The surgical suite was equippt by another grant from the ASPCA- we would have not recovered from the tragic loss. The ASPCA ROCKS!!! Thank you for always being there for the animals in need!!!!
Katrin Hecker (Animalkind/Executive Director)
ASPCA is a great organization for animals who don't have home. I adopted one cat who is my love. Recently I adopted another cat who is so sweet. I strongly advise people who consider pet ASPCA is a great place to get one. Because so many lovely animals are waiting to be adopted. I promise that they will give back to you more than you give to them.
The ASPCA grant process has been exceptionally smooth (technologically), thorough, and the follow-up was exactly as they said it would be. It has been a pleasure working with this organization. Drema Telfer, Volunteer, BrightSide Animal Center, Redmond, OR
Misfit Acres will be forever grateful for everything the ASPCA does for animals and for those facilities that help them. Their generosity and eagerness to help all involved in the animal world is to be commended
The ASPCA is a very generous organization! Their understanding of the financial resources required to help animals is to be applauded. Many times, the ASPCA has fulfilled our grant request helping us succeed with our horse sanctuary. They are very easy to work with in the event you cannot complete your project on time, always eager to listen to your concerns, and are "just here to help".
We popped into an ASPCA van with adoptable cats on Sunday and ended up taking one home! We received fabulous guidance from the staff regarding food, litter, toys and everything in between - Eileen was exceptional in setting expectations and making sure we took home a cat that would be compatible with us. We have had Maisy Jade (formerly Blanche) at home for 3 days now and after meticulously following the staff's instructions, she is adjusting very well! She is playful and affectionate and we are so happy to have found a great new companion!
We are also very pleased to know that Maisy can have a free checkup at the shelter within a month of her adoption and that she was up to date on shots at the time of adoption! We are very happy with the services of ASPCA and very thankful to the staff who supported us through the adoption process. Thank you!
We visited the ASPCA in upper Manhattan and had an amazing experience. They take great care of the animals and the people coming to adopt them. The place is extremely clean, the staff very kind and knowledgeable and efficient. After being taken around to look for a new cat, we chose one and were instructed what to expect and what to do. We love our new family member.
The experience was so great we are hoping to volunteer and will definitely be donors. Thank you to the staff!
The ASPCA has supported the Longhopes Donkey Shelter in many ways the past few years. They have provided us with excellent educational opportunities to help further our cause. They have provided grants for castration programs, emergency hay support and capital improvements. Their grant application is easy to navigate and their communication is responsive. We are very appreciative for their support.
My partner and I began searching for a cat in NYC in about September 2014. Before discovering ASPCA in Feb 2015 on the UES, we tried several agencies and smaller adoption operations and became quickly dismayed by the process. The fees were high, and we later learned several agencies were getting paid from NY Government, getting the cats for free, but still charging adopters. The application process was also onerous and many other aspects were shady and inconvenient. We gave up some time in November, after searching for at least a month.
The new year rolled around and we started searching again. We found ASPCA just by googling "same day adoption" and went the next day. We walked in and did some very fast paperwork but were quickly on our way to actually seeing the animals. One of the first cats we saw was this beautiful, curious 2 year-old girl. We had shown up pretty late but they let us begin the paperwork before the site closed. We returned the next day and within an hour we were leaving the site with our amazing animal. Oh, and she was completely free!
In NYC, ASPCA was easily the fastest, cheapest, cleanest adoption center, with guarantees, free check-ups, and other amenities.
I will absolutely be donating to this organization and recommending it to anyone looking for a pet for their home.
Adopted a cat great experience! They found the best cat to fit my lifestyle and personality. He is a great addition to my home! The staff was very kind and very helpful. It's great that a free check up is included as well as free food samples to get him started. Very happy with my experience. The place was very clean and the animals looked well cared for.
The ASPCA on 92nd Street is a wonderful place. I went two days after Christmas and the place was hopping. I was greetd warmly right away and told there would be a short delay but in the meantime I could fill out some paperwork. Before I was done there was a person assigned to help me. They asked me many good questions and reviewed my preferences before we began. The area we sat in had many cats in large rooms enclosed by glass. They were all healthy looking, had cozy beds, lots of space and toys to play with. None of the cats seemed at all agitated but were either sleeping or playing.
I had wanted a kitten but they were in short supply and before we even got to view them, I overheard that the two cats (5 months and 6 months old) in a room we were passing needed to be placed in homes with at least one other cat. Since I had another cat at home, I asked to see these two young cats. One was very shy and I was told she'd need to be handled very gently and might take a long time to warm up. I saw her and fell in love and that was that. They sent a behavioralist out to talk to me before they would consider placing this cat in my home. I was impressed that they knew their animals so well. The cat is now living with me. It's one week now and she does hide but she comes out and plays, eats well, loves the other cat, and will occassionally sit next to me on the couch.
I am very happy with this beautiful little cat and very impressed with the care and concern given to her and all the others at the ASPCA facility. What a wonderful organization.
I went the day after Christmas 2014 to adopt a kitten. From the moment I walked in there were several things that impressed me: the cleanliness, the staff, and their genuine need to make a perfect match. A volunteer immediately greeted me and within seconds I was filling out a survey to try and make the perfect match between the type of home the pet would be going in and the pet to make the pieces work. After filling out the appropriate paper work, we were escorted through the various rooms based on whether or not we would be adopting a single pet or a couple. As soon as we met T Jay, our new kitten, we KNEW this was the one. I am happy to say within just a few days, he has made a happy adjustment to our home. Thank you ASPCA for your love and care. I will forever be indebted to you!
The ASPCA is a great place to adopt a cat! Go on a weekday! Much less crowded - and cats over 1 year are free!
I want to thank Jill Van Tuyl , Mathew Bershadker, Michael Barrett, and Adam Liebling for helping Aslan's Cats to obtain a spay and neuter grant from this wonderful organisation.
The ASPCA has helped our 501c3 organisation with grants since 2011.
We are deeply thankful to them for believing in "Our Mission " to help the forgotten felines that are diagnosed with this very debilitating disease.
We thank you all so very much and we are deeply appreciative of all your help .
In kindest regards,
President of Aslan's Cats.
my first job in an animal shelter was with the ASPCA a few decades ago. i was enthralled with its founder HENRY BERGH. i even read and collected all the books about him! he is a fascinating character one you would truly love. he confronted a lot of cruelty in nyc in the late 1800's. its a part of history in the annals of nyc lore. as i am the only donor that goes to their yearly meeting, i can tell you the ASPCA is doing HENRY'S work, and he would be proud of them!
Adopted a lovely adult female cat a few days ago from their mobile van on 9/26/14. My new cat is great, and adjusted well on day one. She is content and eating up a storm. The staff at the van were very helpful and not pushy. My cat was clean and seemed used to people and activity.
Thanks for my Calico/Siamese girl.
The ASPCA is the epitome of excellent non-profit work, and their grant channel is exemplary. The online application is complete and wonderful to navigate. It's so much easier than traditional paper applications, and you can upload your documents directly. However, the personal essence is not lost, as communication from and with the grant personnel is open and friendly. They truly WANT to help you to help the animals, and their inquiries are reasonable and justified. We are thrilled to be able to continue our work with horses thanks to another grant from the ASPCA. Approval from them also creates an excellent reflection to other benefactors when we are being considered, and we appreciate their vote of confidence. Millions of lives saved thanks to the ASPCA. Proud to be a supported charity, and a personal adopter :)
For a second time we have adopted a cat from the ASPCA and each time it went very well. From the professional and caring staff who showed us specific cats with the criteria we had in mind, to processing all paperwork in a timely fashion, it was a very good experience. This time we wanted to adopt a healthy, sweet, senior cat as a new companion for our cat at home but we wanted to adopt one that had an especially hard past, so we could give her a loving home and a bright future for the rest of her life. We found it in Joya (formerly Popple). I can highly recommend to look for an adoptable pet at the ASPCA.
The ASPCA has mentored our Equine adoption program www.secondstride.org in ways that have grown our program in not only animal care and guidelines but also admin and professional services, marketing, donor care, social awareness and outreach. They provide free services to us with top notch programs on things like how to write effective grants, press releases, social media use, and how to reach out and network with other like programs. The teachings have been so valuable to us and the animals we care for as well as the donations from the public we steward. The ASPCA has brought our program up to the next level. They walk the talk too... they came out and did in person site visits of our facilities, and have came to town to do educational seminars. I can't say enough good about this group of folks! They also have an impressive rung of hoops to jump through to prove the grants they give are used appropriately and in good faith.
I adopted my kitten it was a great experience the staff and volunteers were nice and friendly and ready to help. The process was very smooth and professional. I had a marvelous time thank you to all and I got the best kitten in the world!!
Spontaneously here on a Saturday looking for a kitten. There were a ton of people in the waiting room but they got everyone in pretty quick. The forms to fill out where not terrible at all and they really accommodated me when I didn't have my lease with me as proof of address. My Chinese food receipt from the night before and a fedex email was good enough! Everything was so clean and the people were so nice. Very patient with me and my decision and never tried to sway me one way or the other. I ended up coming home with the most adorable little rambunctious kitten. He has been sneezing a bit and the animal hospital was very patient on the phone with me as I probably seemed so paranoid. Great experience and would definitely do it again.
I have been wishing to adopt a cat for some time. I tried many other places such as Petco, local cat adoption centres and emailed many people from PetFinder.com.
For every single person I emailed, there seemed to be an extensive amount of application filling in to do, references to provide and the Foster carers of the cats I was wishing to give a better life to seemed hesitant and 'moody' when I would tell them I wished to adopt a certain cat. I'm sure this is because they get shifty characters and want the cats to go to good homes, but it did put me off adopting a cat. I have had cats for years and all of those cats were rescued. I was more than experienced for adopting.
My boyfriend saw a certain cat called "Keenu" online and said he really liked her! I saw a flyer in a local Thai Restaurant saying about the cat adoption event van that would be parked in my neighbourhood. I went along and walked on the bus and this certain cat was perfect. She responded to me straight away, was rolling all over my hand, licking me and nudging me, I looked at her name and no doubt was "Keenu" what are the chances!!!!
I adopted her within the hour, paid an extremely small fee of $75 (which is amazing considering that covered all vaccinations/spaying and so on...) I also bought her a cat carrier that was available on the van for $30 (Keenu is a very large cat so I had no choice haha!). They then set up her microchip with my address and I took her home shortly after.
Keenu has been an absolute gem, frightened at first hiding under the bed. But after a day she was sleeping next to me, running to meet me at the door and charming all of my guests. At the moment she is sleeping on my foot!
The whole process was seamless and exciting. One I will cherish forever!
Thank you ASPCA for my beautiful (large) kitty!
I could not have had a better experience with the ASPCA. All of the volunteers and staff members were amazingly helpful, kind, and patient! I spent two whole days playing with the cats and without their guidance and support I would not have brought home Hal. Hal is the perfect companion and I encourage all animal lovers to adopt a pet at the ASPCA. You'll be treated like royalty and you will also get the opportunity interact with the most precious cats and dogs.
Today, our organization, Wyoming Untrapped, received an acknowledgment from the ASPCA that we qualified for a grant to which we had applied. We are delighted! We've been working 10 hours a day for months, it seems, with only one part time staff. We have a long list of goals to reach our mission to create a safe and humane environment for people, pets and wildlife, through raising awareness and trapping regulation reform in our state of Wyoming. But with our growing list of supporters and partners, we will get there - FOR WILDLIFE.
Thank you ASPCA for believing in us, and for the much needed support.
Had a great experience at this location. Friendly, knowledgeable staff, clean facility and we came home with a loving cat. We're very happy with our visit and our new pet!
I went to the 92nd St ASPCA to adopt a cat. The staff member who took us around the center was extremely well informed about the animals, listened to our preferences and told us the personalities of every cat we looked at. She was exceedingly patient with us (picking a new family member is a tough decision!) and helped us find the perfect new pet. Since the cat was 3 years old the adoption fee was waived, but we received an engraved ID tag and collar, cardboard carrying case, voucher for a vet visit to use within the next month, some dry and wet food, and a big packet of information to help us care for her. The cat was spayed, fully vaccinated, and microchipped. I called a few days later with a concern about my cat's behavior, and the staff member was extremely reassuring and helpful. We received AMAZING service and I was blown away by how much they clearly care for the animals in their care. The support they offer new pet parents is absolutely wonderful!
Our rescue group, Voiceless-MI (mid Michigan), was lucky enough to receive a grant award from the ASPCA. This grant helped us to continue to help low income families that could not afford to have their dog or cat fixed. They have granted our program more than once over the last couple of years. We are so grateful to have the ASPCA's support!
We fell in love with and adopted our adorable tabby at the mobile unit in Manhattan. It was an amazing experience and so comforting to know she was completely up to date with shots, spay, chip. Thank you ASPCA loving staff and volunteers for helping us.
Coalition for Animals is truly grateful for the Cat Food Made Possible by 9Lives.
It was not an easy application to fill out as we have 27 subsidiaries to gather information from.
The 3 pallets of dry cat food were divided up among 17 groups. Any food donated is very much appreciated and a tremendous help with having many cat groups that collectively feed thousands of cats. Everyone at Coalition for Animals wants to say 'Thank you to ASPCA for your generosity'.
My girlfriend and I decided to get a cat, and ended up adopting a pari of kittens so they'd have each other to hang out with. All of the volunteers and staff were very friendly an knowledgable, and it was clear that the organization works in the best interest of the animals in mind. The facility was clean and bustling with pets-to-be.
Advice and guidance on how to raise the cats was readily given, and our many questions were answered. Our little ones were already vaccinated and fixed, plus the ASPCA gave us a few day's worth of the food the kittens were already used to, as well as collars and tags to ID both of them.
We walked out with two mewing little ones, excited to give them a home.
The Kent Animal Shelter in N.Y., a 501 (c) (3) organization is grateful to the ASPCA for granting the spay/neuter clinic funds to purchase much needed medical equipment. This new equipment will allow the clinic to far exceed the 4500 spay/neuters that are performed each year to help curb the overpopulation problem. Kudos to the ASPCA for their excellent work to help end homelessness and suffering.
Pamela Green, Executive Director
Kent Animal Shelter
2259 River Rd.
Calverton, N.Y. 11933
We are incredibly grateful to have been assisted with spay/neuter grant from the ASPCA. Their presence in our community is vital and their support helped us neuter 19 animals in one day! Thank you ASPCA!
This is copy of a review I just posted to Yelp.
Had a wonderful experience adopting from here. The facility is very clean compared to other shelters we visited, and the volunteers and staff all very friendly, patient, and informative. It was such a pleasure to be able to adopt a cat without the grilling process at many shelters. Don't get me wrong - we do everything we are supposed to: no clumping clay litter, wet food, no declawing, no open windows, etc.
As someone else wrote, it is definitely quieter during the week if you can manage to make it to the facility during regular work hours. As an added bonus, cats over one year adopted on a weekday are free! And at all times, cats over three years are free!
They also supply, at no cost to you: a cardboard carrier, a few days' supply of food, microchipping, their vet records of immunizations and FeLV/FIV results, and a collar and engraved ID tag in the color(s) of your choice. You are entitled to a free follow-up vet visit at their hospital within 30 days of adoption, although the location and hours for that were too inconvenient for us.
DEFINITELY would recommend this place to anyone considering adopting, either a cat or a dog.
True Blue Animal Rescue is a 501c3 non profit. We started working with the ASPCA when we needed emergency hay money to to a drought. We received that funding and were able to feed our rescue horses through the drought. We have also attended ASPCA workshops and learned invaluable information about how to develop a stronger and more professional rescue. We just received a grant to help us send our rescue horses to a trainer. The ability to pay for some of our horses to be trained will help us find more homes for them. The ASPCA makes grant writing easy and offers funding to help with the needs of animal rescues like ours. Thank s to the ASPCA we can help more animals!
I love that they take the time to get to know the organizations that they help and even did an on sight inspection. The tips they have given us is invaluable!
I had to put my 15 yr love mini poodle to sleep last fall and was now ready to get a new companion. Refered to ASCPA by a friend. It was a very positive experience. The staff was very professional and caring. Everyone was patient and took the time to answer my questions and to keep me informed. The day I met Klondike I had ample opportunity to interact with him. On the day I picked up Klondike the staff again took time to explain things to me and gave me time to make sure he was ready to venture out to his new home. It was quite evident that the entre staff was dedicated to insuring the animals under their care were properly placed in appropriate homes suited for their needs.
I highly recommend this organization to others looking to Adopt new pets.
In the past, all my cats were street rescues, so I got what the universe gave me. This time I wanted a companion for a lonesome cat (his companions had passed on to kitty heaven) and so I decided to go to the ASPCA. While the questions asked initially made me feel like I didn't know about cats, in actual fact they were more about finding out who I was and what kind of cat suited the space I would introduce them to. The staff were all terrific and i have appreciated the follow-up calls and suggestions for acclimating the cats together (ultimately I adopted 2 within a short space of time from each other). I am so glad to be a new mommy and learn about these two new entities. The process was thorough but efficient, The center was clean and everyone was in a good mood and helpful. Thank you ASPCA. You do a terrific job.
I adopted a dog from the ASPCA and was so impressed with the entire staff and facility. After only 4 months I went back and adopted a handicapped dog. They met with my family and our other dogs to ensure there was a match with the new addition. We also met with the vet who went over all the dogs medical conditions and answered all our questions. We are so excited to have both dogs in our lives and so happy we are able to give them a loving home. THANK YOU ASPCA.
The ASPCA has supported Harley's Hope Foundation's annual Because We CARE Pet Health Fair for three years now. Their grant goes to purchase vaccines to benefit approximately 300 dogs and cats each year who would otherwise go without preventative care. We greatly value what this organization does on behalf of animals in need and the support it provides to organizations that try to address those needs.
I adopted the nicest, most adorable cat from the ASPCA on 92nd Street. The process was efficient and the staff was knowledgable and understanding. I especially appreciated how patient they were through the decision process. They had specialists and vets on-site for consultations and were able to answer all questions.
The Hudson Valley Pet Food Pantry has been honored to have the financial support of the ASPCA since our first year of operation helping us to expand the pantry's services in a number of ways. The mission of the ASPCA is shared by the HVPFP to keep animals out of shelters and at home with their families. We are truly grateful to all the wonderful staff of the ASPCA for their on-going support and encouragement. They are wonderful to work with and very inspiring!!!! Kudos to them!!!!
I am a volunteer, long time supporter/contributor, and recent adopter. I have learned so much about how to care for and train animals so that they have the best chance to find a forever home. The shelter is clean, well staffed, bright and cheerful. The animals who are lucky enough to be there receive everything they need. Volunteers are given excellent, comprehensive training. As an adopter, I had a great experience with the adoption counselors and feel supported by the whole organization to make the adoption successful.
Applied and was awarded a grant recently to assist our Animal Shelter/Animal Control Director in attending a national conference. The process was simple and very user-friendly. Excellent organization to work with!
the ASPCA have been a great help to our non profit horse rescue by awarding a generous grant of $4000 to help us purchase emergency feed for our horses in need. thank you ASPCA!
Our organization, Bluebonnet Equine Humane Society, has received grants from the ASPCA. Currently, we're the recipient of a grant that will help us provide training to horses in our care. This training will make them more adoptable, and that will help us find them loving homes. This grant is invaluable to our organization and our horses.
My husband and I met our dog at the ASPCA shelter in August. It was love at first sight! Due to some of her health conditions, we fostered her until she was healthy and we could officially adopt her. Everyone at the ASPCA was incredibly helpful, from the adoption coordinator, to the vet, to the behavior specialist. The amazing staff at the ASPCA gave me and my dog all the guidance and help we needed. We are so happy to have such a sweet, cuddly and playful dog in our lives! Thank you ASPCA!
I run a non profit pet food pantry to help families who are struggling to care for their pets and the ASPCA has been such a blessing with their gift of food and funds to help us with our mission. Beyond that, their employees (in particular Adam Liebling) are FANTASTIC!! Quick to respond, professional, friendly... just amazing, truly. Thank you ASPCA for helping us do what we do. At Halo Cafe, Fresno County's Pet Food Pantry, we are saving lives one full tummy at a time. THANK YOU!!
I represent the Meigs County Humane Society (MCHS), a 501c(3) animal welfare organization founded in the early 1970s, in Pomeroy, Ohio. The MCHS has no shelter of our own but members work closely with the Meigs County Dog Warden disseminating vouchers for low-income citizens to have pets sterilized, offering mobile clinics, and working to upgrade the shelter itself. This part of Appalachian Ohio is highly impoverished and citizens in this county can offer little help, for their money is spent first on food and shoes for their children. So the MCHS focuses on finding funds for helping poor families spay and neuter their pets, securing funds for our pet food bank for low-income petowners, and providing emergency veterinary care for poor pet owners. But we are limited by lack of funds.
If it had not been for the New York-based ASPCA grants that we have received--for hay for horses during the summer drought last year, pet food for the petfood bank, and most recently funds to help train the dog warden--we would not be able to help the animals of this county as much as we have. We, for example, have fewer litters to worry about, we have better fed horses, and we are well on our way to professionalizing the shelter and its personnel. We have so appreciated the generosity and advice from ASPCA advisers and greatly benefited from the funding we have received. I have dealt productively with ASPCA personnel in several departments by e-mail and phone by people who are most anxious to assist me.
Absolutely fabulous experience picking up my precious new cat. From the desk staff to the volunteer to the Veterinarian, every single person in the organization was kind, helpful, and knowledgeable. I will tell all my friends to adopt from the ASPCA.
As the Executive Director of a small non-profit Humane Society, I am very grateful for all that the ASPCA does. They provide outstanding professional support, do excellent research that informs our programs and provide grant support that is invaluable. I really appreciate their grant process - they make it simple to apply for funds for our important work. Thank you ASPCA!
Thank you ASPCA for a wonderful grant program. Your support has covered a wide range of needs from program support through disaster. Thank you for all you do!
We would like to thank the ASPCA Equine Fund for the grant to help us feed the horses in our rescue program, many of them emaciated and in rehab to gain their health back. This grant will go a long way to help us accomplish that goal. Christine Griffin, President Equine WellBeing Rescue Inc.
We werer looking for a kitten for our family and had a really hard time going through other rescue organizations. There were a lot available on line and then after getting in touch with them, they never seemed to have one when we were in contact. I called the ASPCA and asked if they had any and was told that they did. We went in, were greated promptly and kindly and were introduced to a number of potential adoptees. We chose one, did some paper work and now have a lovely, healthy new member of the family.
The ASPCA has been great about supporting the Shih Tzu Rescue of Minnesota. We asked for support for veterinary costs on August 29, 2013 and about a month later we received a call from Justine at the ASPCA concerned about what we were doing and wanting to help us help our dogs. On October 3, 2013 the ASPCA offered us a grant. Thank you ASPCA from me and all our volunteers at Shih Tzu Rescue of Minnesota!!!