When this pathetically emaciated poodle came in as a stray from Newark, we knew that through the kindness and generosity of others, we could attempt to solve the problems of the world for this senior lass. The aging poodle was too weak to go on any further in her quest for survival. She was left outside on the street. Pearl is emaciated, grimy, with sparsely matted hair, infections of the eye and this is only our first cursory check-up.
The Society's Res-Q Fund is available for the sick, injured, needy animals that have been the victims of injustice, neglect, cruelty -- and like a beacon of light of an inner city shelter, we do all in our power to improve their lives.
With Thanksgiving almost upon us, our thoughts turn to giving thanks for the peace and goodness we have enjoyed over the preceding year. It is the time for us to count our blessings -- which includes you -- and to be here in this place to continue to help the many needy animals that come through our doors.
Among the blessings in our daily effort is to count you in our circle of friends. It is only through your generosity that we can help Pearl and other needy animals that come in. She is at the Society's Newark facility located at 124 Evergreen Ave. in Newark, just off of Rt. 1 and 9, near the Newark International Airport. Pearl is available for adoption and waiting for her forever home. For more information, call the Society at 973-824-7080 and refer to File 121051 or e-mail us.
UPDATE! Read an update on Pearl!