It sometimes seems like winter may never end, so we're putting a bright spot in your day with the latest Humane News, the April/May issue!
In this issue, Volume 45, Issue No. 2, we've highlighted our very special rescues, `Vinnie' Van Gogh, a puppy brutalized and left for dead, and Bartlett, a faithful dog who returned to a collapsed and burned out building, waiting for the drifter he knew - a dangerous and challenging rescue for our staff. We'll also share with you how your kind and generous donations to our Res-Q Fund are working to help our neediest cases.
Read all about it in the April issue!
You'll also find some very happy endings of dogs who've waited over a year for love, made it from junkyard dog to stage star, or rescued from a lookout over the Garden State Parkway - all safe and happy now. And so much news - Society orphans at adoption events, having gorgeous photos taken, appearing on Pet Stop and more. Read about how AHS is helping homeless people and pets in Tent City, a veteran in need of assistance and is reaching out to more K-9's through our Vested Interest Fund. Find the latest in legislation and news affecting animals in New Jersey and around the world, wildlife smuggling, and alternatives to unkind hatching projects common in schools in the Spring. Check out our adorable pairs on Share-A-Pet and all our hopeful cats and dogs for adoption. This issue is just what you needed for the winter blahs and blues!
Download your copy of the April 2014 Humane News now!