Thursday, December 17, 2015

Smithtown, Long Island NY **TIGGER's OWNER Dying...MUST FIND GOOD HOME...and FAST!

URGENT URGENT URGENT Seeking Home for this Beautiful, FRIENDLY BOY!
Dec 12
Smithtown, Long Island
UPDATE - Tigger's owner was moved to a nursing facility so he has very limited time left in his home.
BEAUTIFUL BOY! Ear Tufts and All...Markings extraordinaire!
Resembles his Long Ago Ancestors...
...Tigger's Owner is Terminally Ill......
Tigger is approx 4yrs old and in urgent need of a forever home. His owner is elderly, terminally ill and no longer able to care for him. She has reached out for help placing him, as she does not want to surrender him to a shelter. Let’s share his story so we could find him a safe haven where he will be loved and cared for. Tigger never lived with dogs or cats. With a slow and proper introduction, he should adjust nicely with other pets since he is so docile. He has been exposed to children and is very gentle and accepting of their affection. Tigger loves to be pet, sit on your lap and even enjoys sleeping in bed. He is handsome and unique looking since he has half a tail. He was originally found as a stray that was hit by a car, treated for minor injuries and has lived indoor only since then.
If you are interested in Tigger, please contact
- 4 years old and VERY Friendly-Neutered
-FeLV/FIV Negative
- Up to Date on Vaccines
- Transport available to an approved adopter in Northeast

Sunday, November 15, 2015

Food Needed for Anne Marie's Colonies. *Tis the Season* Thank You!

Long Island, New York
Food Needed for Anne Marie’s Colonies…Tis the Season
Nov 15, 2015
You may  have received an email from me in May regarding food donations for Anne Marie Buck’s Colonies…thanks to the MANY who donated food…the gratitude never ends…nor does the need for more food.
Six months have passed and with the dumping of more cats added to her 12 colonies…all of which she tests, spays and neuters…she has begun to run low on food for HER furies.
Last winter she ran very low and with the cold weather these babies need to be FED well!
She works 2 jobs, with one day a week off…IF that!
Her days begin at 4AM feeding her colonies…and many nights late after work when she needs to!
She had to have one of the kittens euthanized today due to a congenital issue….her tears broke me up…she takes each and every cat into her heart…of course she does!
SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO….I’d like to do another FOOD Bank for Anne Marie at this time of GIVING….
A kinder, more devoted woman  I’ve yet to meet!
(I am fortunate to know many as kind, I might add!)
If you would like to donate food to Anne Marie’s Colonies here is what she needs:
*Purina Complete ( DRY)
* Any Wet food for cats.
Of course *Gift Cards are WELCOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Trust me…they will go to feeding her cats!
Here is her name and address:
Anne Marie Buck
302  Tracy  Lane
Patchogue, Long Island, 11772

Happy Holidays
With Gratitude,

Friday, October 30, 2015

Forest Hills Queens, NY: Two beautiful SENIOR Sibs, declawed, living alone for TWO Years! House Being Sold Now!

11-8-15 Update:

Heddy Schmidt brought Mopsy and Flopsy in for vetting...the good news is that they ARE healthy...the not so good news is that they are about 14 years old...not 7, as originally thought!

So after living ALONE for TWO years ( only being fed by a kind person) they are truly desperate to find a HOME!
They will NEVER survive  a shelter...NEVER!

Please Contact Heddy Schmidt if you can even foster these two to save them...
HEDDY: 917-609-7810 OR EMAIL:

Oct 29
Forest Hills Queens NY

Owner died 2 years ago-these cats have been alone since then-home being sold now!! Located in Queens and will go to NYACC if taken!

2 cats in need of adoption/loving home. A brother and a sister from same litter-Topsy and Mopsy about 10/11 years old. Declawed. One colored like an orange creamsicle and one is black/gray/white combo.

Cats have 
been living together in home with owner all their life. Owner, a nice elderly lady who always cared for cats, died 2 yrs ago and they have been living in isolated rooms (now basement) of house ever since as home has been updated to sell.
House has been sold recently and now time is of essence to find these beautiful cats a loving home. The new owner will likely put these poor sweeties out on the street or into kill shelter.

They are very sweet/loving, spry & energetic cats, yet understandably a little shy/fearful lately, as they've been alone virtually for two years since owner died.
A friend has 
been going to the home every day for two years to feed.

Cats appear to be in good health, though no updates on medical since owner passed. Person taking care of cats to feed says will pay if any needed medical expenses.
Please help these delicious (owner's words :)) cats to find a forever loving home. They need to stay together.

Cats located in Forest Hills, Queens. Near Forest Hills High School.
67th Ave/ btwn 108th st & 110th st.

EDDIE: 347-956-1511
HEDDY: 917-609-7810

Sunday, October 25, 2015

JASPER the Kitty Needs Our Help SAVE His Life...Family is Devastated and Simply Can't Afford to Pay...Daughter Already Forfeited Her Sweet 16 to Help Pay for Diagnosis!

Urgent! Daughter donated her Sweet 16 money to help keep her kitty Jasper alive, but it's not enough. They have until tomorrow Oct 26 to raise the funds.

Donate here: or directly to vet (see below)

Jasper’s Story from my extraordinary friend Ashley O’Neill:

“A very dear friend of mine is being forced to put her 3 year old cat to sleep on Monday, October 26th because she doesn't have the $3,000 to pay for his surgery. Please read this story and consider donating. Any amount helps and is greatly appreciated. Her selfless daughter already gave up her sweet 16, so that they could pay the previous $1800 bill to try and help him. Please... help me to help them!

Jasper's family has until Monday, October 26th to raise $3,000 or they will be forced to put him to sleep. He is only 3 years old and suffering with urinary stones that are blocking him from urinating on his own. He needs a surgery called penile urostomy or a PU done in order to save his life. Jasper was originally brought to the hospital because he was blocked by stones and needed a 3 day urinary catheter placed to help him urinate. After the three days, the catheter was pulled and he was able to urinate on his own. He was also put on special food in hopes that the stones would not come back. Sadly, that didn't last and he was re blocked. He was only able to urinate around his blockage, which caused him to strain again and urinate blood. His family is not able to afford the surgery and needs our help. Their daughter is distraught about losing Jasper. She loves him so much that she told her parents that she wanted them to use the money for her sweet sixteen to go towards Jasper's previous $1800 bill. This money covered hospitalization, procedures, and special food. She already gave up her sweet 16, we can't ask her to give up on her best friend. Let's come together, save Jasper's life and bring this family some peace of mind by donating and sharing Jasper's story. Any amount helps and is greatly appreciated.

To donate : go fund me or call Hilton animal hospitals : +1 (516) 887-2914. Tell them you would like to donate towards Jasper's surgery . Please ask them to write down your full name and the donation amount , so we can keep track of money and thank everyone for their generosity!”

Monday, October 19, 2015

Long Island, NY Franklin and Woodstock Losing Their Only HOME on Sept 10.Shelter Bound. They will NEVER make it OUT of a shelter!

Update Oct 18 **JUST CANT Give Up…YET…
PLEASE Consider Adopting Woodstock and Franklin…they are with a very, very temporary foster who graciously stepped up in the nick of time to prevent them from being surrendered to the local kill shelter…innocent and already grieving the only HOME they knew…they DO have each other! BUT their time is limited and we are praying for a HOME now…
Franklin and Woodstock Losing Their Only HOME on Sept 10…Shelter Bound…They will NEVER make it OUT of a shelter!
Long Island, NY -- Sep 4, 2015

Please contact Joanne of Pioneers for Animal Welfare Society, Inc.

Owner losing her home on September 10- she is in desperate need to rehome her 2 dogs. 

Here is the Bio for Franklin and Woodstock:  2 male dogs 7 years old Franklin (Boxer/Lab) and Woodstock (Lab/Corgi) Franklin is fawn colored and Woodstock is yellow lab coloring. They are both neutered and micro chipped. Weighing approx. 65-70 lbs. each. They are house and crate trained. They don't like fireworks or thunderstorms, just cover crate and they are happy. They are good on a leash, love to go for a walk. Good in a car, but really not use to it. They can be active or couch potato. They love to play in the yard with a ball, chew toys, Nyla bone, even an ice box or just eating carrots. They are inside dogs. They would be better off with adults/older teens or even a single person or couple. Takes them a little time to warm up to people before showing love and dedication to them. Not good with cats or small animals. Both are neutered, and have always been healthy and are up to date on their shots. They don't like getting their nails cut. They know their basic commands. Just looking for someone to give them attention and love they deserve. Together or apart I think anyone would be lucky to have them. PLEASE!!!

Pioneers for Animals Welfare Society, Inc.
Phone: (631) 306-4616

Sunday, October 4, 2015

Patchogue Long Island, MISTY was Left at the Vet by her elderly desperate Owner

Elderly man desperate to find his cat a good home abandons her in the arms of a good samaritan.... please help us find his cat a loving home.
Oct 1, 2015
RE POSTING for ~MISTY~ Age...About 2 ( Gets along fine with other cats and dogs)
From Sonnia:Please Adopt Misty ...."I was at my Vet office a month ago when this elderly man brought Misty in. He was shaking and crying because his old cat was stressed out  and not doing well. He asked if I (I was just standing there) could help him find a home for Misty. I said you need to speak with the receptionist, she will be right out.. With that he asked if I could hold her while he parked his car. HE NEVER RETURNED. Misty was vetted and a  very healthy girl... A big LOVE ... A mush!!!! Her foster mom said LOVES attention !!" PLEASE CONTACT
Thank you