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RESOURCES

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Community Cats Resources

 

Advocacy & information

Alley Cat Allies: http://www.alleycat.org/

 

Animal Protection League Of NJ: aplnj.org/projectTNR.php

 

Barn Cats, Inc.: http://barncats.org/

 

Maddies Fund: maddiesfund.org/how-to-start-a-feral-cat-program.htm

 

Neighborhood Cats: neighborhoodcats.org/

 

Petfinder: petfinder.com/helping-pets/feral-cats/building-feral-cat-shelters/

 

Directories

Castaway Critters: castawaycritters.org

 

HSUS: humanesociety.org/assets/maps/feral-cats.html

 

Feral Friendly Spay Neuter in NJ & PA: spaynj.org/feral-cats/

 

Adoptions

 

Feral Cat Rescue: feralcatrescuemd.org/

 

Need Help With Community Cats (in Hunterdon, Warren, Somerset Counties, NJ)?

Contact us: info@harnesslife.org Describe the situation and include the location of the cats. We’ll put you in touch with local folks who are willing to help.

 

NJ Specific Resources

NJ Department of Health

Low Cost Spaying/Neutering Program

Web: http://www.state.nj.us/health/vph/pop-control/

$10 spay/neuter if you are on public assistance, at one of the participating veterinarians. See website for details.

 

Hunterdon County Public Safety

Division of Health Services

314 State Route 12
County Complex, Building #1
Flemington, NJ 08822-2900

Phone: (908) 788-1351

Web: http://www.co.hunterdon.nj.us/health/rabiesclinics.html

Offers free rabies clinics at different times through the year. Check website or call for dates/locations.

 

Warren County Health Dept.
700 Oxford Road
Oxford, NJ 07863
Phone: (908) 475-7960

Web: http://www.co.warren.nj.us/healthdept/Rabies_clinics.html

Offers free rabies clinics at different times through the year. Check website for dates/locations.

 

National Resources

 

American Veterinary Charitable Foundation

1931 N. Meacham Rd. Suite 100

Schaumburg, IL 60173

Web: http://www.avmf.org/

Charitable care may be provided to those in need including, disabled vets requiring a service dog, low income seniors, good Samaritans who rescue pets, victims of domestic violence. Requests must come from AVMA vets.

 

Banfield Pet Hospital

18101 SE 6th Way

Vancouver, WA 98683

Phone:  (866) 894-7927

Web: https://www.banfield.com/about-us/community/wellness-pets

HOPE program delivers help to pets with life-threatening conditions, through their hospitals. For owners who can demonstrate financial need, funds are used for medicine, supplies and life-saving emergency treatment. Contact your local Banfield Pet Hospital.

 

Brown Dog Foundation

3079 South Danielson Place

Chandler AZ 85286

Email:  grants@browndogfoundation.org

Provides financial assistance to pet owners in temporary financial crisis whose pet faces a treatable, but life-threatening condition or illness, in order to restore quality of life to owner and pet.

 

Cody's Club

c/o Nicole Kraft

135 Nottingham Road

Columbus, OH  43214

Phone:  (614) 263-7808

Email:  kraft.42@osu.edu

Web: http://www.dogdoggiedog.com/pwcAcodysclub.htm

Helps offset some of the costs related to radiation performed at The Ohio State University (or any other 501C3 treating institution), and to provide a support network for veterinary clients who are faced with this very difficult decision.

 

CorgiAid

2108 N 38th Street

Seattle, WA 98103

Email:  yourfriends@corgiaid.org

Web: www.corgiaid.org

Program Types: Breed Specific, Nationwide, Vet Expense Assistance

CorgiAid may provide monetary assistance toward medical expenses for Corgis/Corgi mixes who have been rescued by a group or individual. CorgiAid’s ElderCare program helps with expenses of the day-to-day care of an older corgi dog (10yrs+).

 

Diabetic Cats in Need

P.O. Box 21

Minot, ME  04258-0021

Phone:  234-738 -DCIN

Email:  info@dcin.info

Web: http://www.dcin.dreamhosters.com/

Support diabetic cats in their original, adoptive, shelter, and rescue homes; help to rehome unwanted diabetic cats; and help to educate caregivers on the appropriate treatment of diabetic cats.

 

Dylan's Hearts

Greensboro, NC 27407

Phone:  (336) 365-2334

Email:  donna@dylanshearts.com

Web: http://www.dylanshearts.com/

Provides families with financial assistance to pay for emergency or critical veterinary expenses. Must have a diagnosis and treatment plan prior to applying.

 

Feline Veterinary Emergency Asst - Kobi's Fund

1641 Elizabeth Lane

Yuba City, CA 95993

Email:  fveap@earthlink.net

Web: http://www.fveap.org/index.html

Provides emergency financial assistance to cat and kitten guardians who are unable to afford veterinary services to save their companion with Vaccine Associated Sarcoma (VAS), also referred to as Injection Site Sarcoma (ISS).

VAS is a group of cancers caused by vaccinations.

 

For Paws Hospice

310 Orange St.

Palm Harbor, FL  34685

Phone:  (727) 639-9285

Email:  forpawshospice@hotmail.com

Web: http://www.forpawshospice.org/

Red Flyer Program accepts used wheelchairs, refurbishes them and loans them at no charge to families of handicapped pets in need.

 

Frankie's Friends

2950 Busch Lake Blvd

Tampa, FL  33614

Phone:  (888) 465-7387

Email:  giving@frankiesfriends.com

Web: www.frankiesfriends.com

Program Types: Vet Expense Assistance, Nationwide

Frankie’s Friends partners with veterinary emergency and specialty hospitals to determine if an owner’s finances and their pet's medical needs meet the criteria for financial assistance. See website for state list and to apply.

 

Friends and Vets Helping Pets

P.O. Box 910117

Lexington, KY 40591

Phone:  (859) 309-2043

Email:  info@friendsandvetshelpingpets.org

Web: http://friendsandvetshelpingpets.org/

Program Types: Disabled Pets, Nationwide, Vet Expense Assistance

Funds treatments for curable (lifesaving, not life-prolong) diseases, ambulatory care, expensive medication, or post-surgical prosthetics such as a K-9 cart.

 

Handicapped Pets Foundation

5 Saddle Hill Rd.

Amherst, NH  03031

Email:  info@hpets.org

Web: http://hpets.org/

Program Types: Vet Expense Assistance, Disabled Pets, Nationwide

Provides wheelchairs to pets in need.

 

Harley's Hope Foundation

PO Box 88146

Colorado Springs, CO  80908-8146

Phone:  (719) 495-6083

Email:  info@harleys-hopefoundation.org

Web: http://www.harleys-hopefoundation.org/

Financial assistance is offered, as resources allow, to assist with major or emergency veterinary care and behavioral or specialty training.

 

Hope Mending Hearts Foundation

5021 Nottingham Avenue

St. Louis, MO 63109

Email:  Info@hopemendinghearts.net

Web: http://www.hopemendinghearts.net/

Financial assistance grants so pet owners, Good Samaritans and rescuers can care for animals who need urgent veterinary care.

 

Ian Somerhalder Foundation

PO Box 1760

Santa Monica, CA 90406

Web: http://www.isfoundation.com/

Provides financial assistance to animal welfare organizations, agencies, and in some cases individual rescuers, responsible for the care of animals recovering from abuse, neglect or injuries suffered from a traumatic event.

 

Joshua Louis Animal Cancer Foundation

P.O. Box 750486

​Forest Hills, NY 11375

Phone:  (888) 855-4363

Email:  admin@joshualouis.com

Web: http://joshualouis.org/index.html

Assists owners and families of pets who are in need of cancer treatment.

 

Live Like Roo Foundation

5830 North Melvina Ave.

Chicago, IL 60646

Email: livelikeroo@gmail.com

Web: https://www.livelikeroo.org/

Provides support and financial assistance to families whose pet faces a cancer diagnosis, also pays for biopsies and any kind of cancer-preventative when warranted.

 

Magic Bullet Fund

PO Box 2574

Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510

Web: http://themagicbulletfund.org/

Provides financial assistance for canine cancer treatment only when the family is unable to pay for treatment.  *For dogs only

 

Oscar’s Cause

29890 US HWY 27, Unit 2

Lake Hamilton, FL 33851

Phone: (863) 353-7853

Email: info@oscarscause.org

Web: http://www.oscarscause.org/

Offers financial assistance for vet bills, due to emergency or non-emergency situations, and pet food in certain situations. Also offers help with temporary fostering, re-homing and transporting due to a move. 

 

Paws 4 a Cure

P.O. Box 1821

Wakefield, MA, 01880

Web: http://www.paws4acure.org/

Provides financial assistance to the US who cannot afford veterinary care for their pets. Paws 4 A Cure helps dogs and cats with all injuries and illnesses.

 

Pet Assistance, Inc.

PO Box 2015

New Preston, CT  06777

Phone:  (860) 355-7387

Email:  getapet@gmail.com

Web: http://www.petassistanceinc.org/

Funds are available to subsidize vet care for urgent or life threatening emergencies only.

 

Pit Bulls Against Misinformation

3053 Freeport Blvd. #244

Sacramento, CA  95818

Phone:  (916) 243-6860

Email:  info@pitbulltruth.org

Web: http://www.pitbulltruth.org/

Provides funding, directly to the veterinarian, for the medical care of dogs of owners in financial need. This grant is NOT SPECIFIC to pit bulls, but for all breeds of dog.

 

Prince Chunk Foundation

PO Box 8044

Blackwood, NJ  08012-1522

Phone:  (856) 302-6373

Email:  info@princechunkfoundation.org

Web: www.princechunkfoundation.org

Enables pet owners to keep their pets during times of financial crisis by providing temporary food and emergency vet bill assistance to pet owners throughout New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and California.

 

Race4Ran

PO Box 389

Columbia, MO  65205-0389

Email:  info@race4ran.com

Web: http://www.race4ran.com/

Provides financial assistance for various veterinary needs on a case-by-case basis.

 

Red Rover

PO Box 188890

Sacramento, CA 95818

Phone:  (916) 429-2457

Email:  info@redrover.org

Web: www.redrover.org

Urgent Care Grants for ill pets, Domestic Violence Safe Escape Grants for costs of temporary boarding.

 

Rose's Fund for Animals

PO Box 24

Avon by the Sea, NJ  07717

Phone:  (877) 505-4234

Email:  rosesfund@aol.com

Web: www.rosesfund.org

Financially assists pet owners and Good Samaritans in getting treatment for their pets who have a good prognosis for recovery.

 

The Letters Foundation

292 Newberry St., Ste. 503

Boston, MA  02115

Provides grants to people experiencing a crisis through no fault of their own.

 

The Mosby Foundation

P.O. Box 218

Deerfield, VA 24432

Email:  info@themosbyfoundation.org

Web: http://themosbyfoundation.org/

May provide financial assistance with veterinary treatment for pet owners in need. Must apply prior to treatment.

 

The Onyx and Breezy Foundation

PO Box 857

Tuxedo Park, NY  10987

Email:  info@onyxandbreezy.org

Web: http://www.onyxandbreezy.org/

Provides assistance to pets of individuals when medical hardship is present – treatment, medication, pet food, spay and neuter.

 

The Pet Fund

2747 14th Street

Sacramento, CA  95818

Phone:  (916) 443-6007

Email:  info@thepetfund.com

Web: www.thepetfund.com

Only helps with costs for non-basic, non-urgent care, such as cancer treatment, heart disease, chronic conditions, endocrine diseases, eye diseases, etc.

 

The Reidel and Cody Fund

Administration Office

PO Box 1162

Old Saybrook, CT 06475

Email:  info@riedelcody.org

Web: https://riedelcody.org/

Assists with funding chemotherapy and radiation treatments for pets with cancer.

 

The Savior Foundation

PO Box 770603

Memphis, TN  38177-0603

Email:  mariotsf@aol.com

Web: www.thesaviorfoundation.org

Provides funding to offset immediate medical expenses and needs for any abused, injured and/or abandoned animal in a critical situation.

 

Trio Animal Foundation

516 North Ogden Ave. Suite 199

Chicago, IL 60642

Web: http://www.trioanimalfoundation.org/

The TAF assists shelters, rescues and individuals by paying the medical bills of homeless pets. TAF also promotes adoption and responsible pet ownership, including spay and neuter.