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ADOPTION TRAILER REOPENS
MAY 2nd, 11am-3pm

WINNER OF THE BINGO LIMO RIDE
ELAINE MICHEL, CONGRATULATIONS




EMERGENCY FUNDS NEEDED


DAZZY WAS LEFT AT THE SHELTER BY SOMEONE WHO CLAIMS HE FOUND THE 3 MONTH OLD PUPPY. DAZZY HAS A SEVERE LEG INJURY REQUIRING SURGERY. HER LITTLE LEG IS BROKEN IN SO MANY PLACES. WHAT A ROUGH START TO LIFE.

Dazzy is Lab Mix. Please help pay for her needed surgery. EASEL needs you to help cover this emergency situation quickly.

Click on Donate to Dazzy Now.

 

 

Check it out!  “Neuter Scooters” take pets to nearby low cost spay/neuter clinics! To find out how to get a ride for your pet, click here.

Beat the Heat…Spring is the time to make sure pets are spayed or neutered. Learn more about low cost options at local clinics that support EASEL’s mission. Pet overpopulation cannot be solved by adoption alone. By spaying or neutering even more cats and dogs, we’ll prevent unplanned litters and reduce pet homelessness.

Outside cats in your back yard? Get ahead of kitten season and help end the breeding cycle before it starts. EASEL can help. Communities that Trap/Neuter/Return (TNR) have fewer cats crowding animal shelters.

To learn more about low cost spay-neuter or TNR, click here.

 

WE WON 6abc ShelterMe contest!!!

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At Easel Animal Rescue League, pet adoptions and saving animals are our mission.  We consist of a group of volunteers who rescue, foster, and spay/neuter homeless animals until we can find them permanent, loving homes. We strive to place every cat, dog, kitten, and puppy. We also provide sheltering, obedience training, education, and community "Adoption Day" events.

Donations and volunteers are critical to our success. EASEL is an all-volunteer, community-based 501(C)(3) nonprofit dedicated to saving the lives of homeless animals across Mercer County, NJ.  Won't you adopt, volunteer, or donate today?

 

"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.” –Gandhi



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