New Jersey No-Kill Animal Shelter in Danger of Closing

A no-kill animal shelter in Sayreville, N.J. is in danger of closing according to a recent article published in the Home New Tribune.

The Sayreville Pet Adoption Center, a not-for-profit Central New Jersey shelter privately owned by a veterinarian is one of the only non-kill shelters in the area. But, if they don’t find additional funding or find homes for the many pets they currently have, their doors may close forever.

In an effort to help, a Flapjack Fundraiser to benefit the shelter is scheduled for this Sat. Jan. 7, from 9 to 11 a.m. at Applebee’s Restaurant {324 Ryders Lane} in Milltown. Tickets are $15 each.

Adoption fees for all animals have also been waived through Jan. 7, to encourage people to adopt a new furry friend. You can see all the pets up for adoption at their facility on their Petfinder page.

Candy is one of the many pets up for adoption.

And, if you’re not from New Jersey, but Sayreville sounds very familiar to you, it’s the hometown of rock-star Jon Bon Jovi. Hey, maybe with a little luck he will help SPAC stay open!

**If you are in New Jersey and plan to, or want to attend, Saturday’s fundraising breakfast, let me know. I’d love to get a group of us together!

One thought on “New Jersey No-Kill Animal Shelter in Danger of Closing

  1. I'm so sorry to hear about this! I hope for the sake of all of the innocent and deserving animals that this shelter can open! Although I'm not from New Jersey, I appreciate you making light of this issue, because even people in other parts of the country can help out! Best of luck to this place, and hopefully, a lot of good will come of the Applebee's fundraiser!

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