The Rescue Round-Up

| 15 Feb 2012 | 08:44

Pet Adoption League Paige is a one to one and a half year-old short-haired pointer with a very sweet disposition. She was found as a malnourished stray in Allamuchy with a broken leg. She has had surgery and is doing well. Her leg will need a total of eight to 10 weeks to heal, but she will be looking for a loving home once she recuperates. For more information about Paige and other animals for adoption at Pet Adoption League, visit or call 973-584-0095. Noah’s Ark Animal Welfare Association Zoe is a two year-old black and white female cat who shares a run with her sister, Natasha. They play on the cat patio every day with their brother Harley and sister Morticia. Also looking for a home from the cat colony is Toby, a large four year-old orange domestic shorthair. For more information about Zoe, Toby, and other animals for adoption at Noah’s Ark, visit or call 973-347-0378. Paws 2 Your Heart Dobey is an 8-month-old Shepherd/American Bulldog mix. He was born at the rescue in November 2010; all of his brothers found homes, but he’s still searching for his. He’s a great pup and still has his puppy energy. He’s about 90 percent house trained, is crate trained, and great with other dogs. He’s a super sweet guy, just waiting for a forever home to call his own. Jewel is a two year-old purebred Dalmatian. She was saved from a kill-shelter in South Carolina where her time was almost up. Jewel is currently being treated for heartworm disease. She is super sweet and dog friendly. To make a donation for Jewel’s heartworm treatment, or more information on Dobey, Jewel, and other dogs for adoption at Paws 2 Your Heart, visit or call 973-271-6897. Eleventh Hour Rescue Cricket is a beautiful two year-old calico/tortoiseshell cat who was found abandoned in an empty house after her family moved. Cricket is fully vetted and ready to find a new loving home. She is extremely people friendly and prefers to sit on your lap; she also likes the company of other cats. Trixie is a gorgeous adult Siberian Husky. She has intense, light-brown eyes and a blonde coat. She loves the company of other dogs and people too. In the hot summer, swimming is her favorite pastime to beat the heat and, after some good doggy paddling time, she’ll gladly curl up and sleep by your side. This obedient, sensitive girl will make a terrific addition to someone’s home. To learn more about Cricket, Trixie, or Eleventh Hour Rescue, visit, email, or call 973-664-0865.

rescues in need of volunteers, donations or loving homes:
Animal Rescue Service (Fredon) - for dogs and cats - or 973-300-5959
BARKS (Byram) - for cats and dogs- or 973-300-3185
CLAWS Cat Rescue & Adoption Shelter of Sussex, Inc. (Augusta) - for cats - or 973-875-8540
Eleventh Hour Rescue (Rockaway)- for dogs - or 973-664-0865
Father John’s Animal House (Lafayette) - for cats and dogs - or 973-300-5909
Hippity Hop Rabbit Rescue (Somerville) - for rabbits - or 973-393-2922
Horse Rescue United, Inc. (Allentown)- for horses of all breeds- or 609-481-8561
K.I.S.S. (Kitties In-need-of Someone Special, Inc.) (Hopatcong) - for cats - or 973-670-2481
Mylestone Equine Rescue (Phillipsburg) - for horses of all breeds - or 908-995-9300
Noah’s Ark Animal Welfare Association (Ledgewood)- for cats and dogs - or 973-347-0378
One Step Closer Animal Rescue (O.S.C.A.R.) (Sparta) - for cats and dogs - or 973-652-3969
Operation Sanctuary (Landing) - for cats - or 610-628-9160
Paws 2 Your Heart (Lafayette)- for cats and dogs - or 973-271-6897
Pet Adoption League (Hackettstown)- for dogs and cats- or 973-584-0095
ReRun, Inc. (Helmetta) - for Thoroughbred horses - or 732-521-1370
Safe Haven Rabbit Rescue (Clinton) - for rabbits- or 973-238-0814
Safe Hounds Beagle Rescue, Inc. (Sparta) - for beagle dogs - or 973-729-8431
Second Chance Pet Adoption League (Oak Ridge) - for dogs - or 973-208-1054
St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center (Madison) - for cats and dogs - or 973-377-2295
Under My Wing Avian Refuge (Wantage) - for exotic birds - or 973-702-7770
If you have or know of a local animal rescue that should be featured in an upcoming Rescue Round-Up, contact Diana Tuorto at