News

December 14th

The Friends of BCAS are excited to announced our seventh annual Barb Feldstein Memorial Raining Cats & Dogs Pet Festival on Saturday, April 27, 2019 at the Burlington County Animal Shelter. If you're a non-profit or business with an animal-friendly message or products and services appropriate for families, we'd love to have you as a vendor or exhibitor.

December 13th

New Jersey has a goal to become no-kill (save rate of 90 percent or more) for companion animals by 2025. Let's work together to make that happen in Burlington County! The Friends of the Burlington Animal Shelter wants to join forces with businesses who share a vision of making our community a more compassionate place for homeless cats and dogs. Please consider becoming a 2019 corporate sponsor.

November 27th

The Friends of the Burlington County Animal Shelter helps homeless animals in Burlington County by paying for life-saving surgery that is beyond the scope of the shelter, cooperating on dog and cat fostering programs, and reducing the number of homeless pets in the community by sponsoring low-cost spay/neuter surgeries.

We’ve helped animals such as Kali, a dog who was shot in the face, and needed surgery to repair her shattered jaw and teeth. And Rocky, a kitten with no control of his back legs or bladder, who needed a cart to get rolling and diapers with suspenders. We've also helped several of the dogs that were rescued from deplorable conditions as part of the hoarding situation in Shamong.

If you donate through our Facebook fundraiser, your donation will be matched by Facebook and PayPal, so you're doing twice as much good!

With your help and support on this Giving Tuesday, we’ll continue to help and be the voice of animals such as Kali, Rocky, and the hoarding case dogs. Thank you!

 

 

 

 

 

November 7th

The Friends of BCAS is holding its first Designer Bag Bingo event on Friday, Dec. 7, 2018, 6:30-9:30 p.m. at the Mount Holly Elks Club.

We're thrilled to announce the event is sold out!

October 23rd

Kali is a sweet Staffie who was found running loose with what looked like a bullet wound in her face. After being examined at the Burlington County Animal Shelter, our group was told that a bullet had entered the lower part of Kali's face, shattering her jaw and breaking her teeth. We can only imagine how much pain this girl was in. Yet she was a sweetheart to everyone who handled her, poking and prodding to determine exactly what happened.

We don't know who shot Kali or why she was shot.

What we did know was that Kali needed immediate specialty dental surgery to remove her broken teeth and ensure that her jaw healed properly. This medical care was far beyond the scope of what the shelter could provide.

So our group stepped up to help Kali and now we're asking for help to pay her bills.

We've set up a special fundraising page to help pay for Kali's care. Any amount will help, from $5 to $50. Thank you!

Events

Upcoming events:

  • December 15, 2018: Low-cost spay/neuter clinic, Westampton Municipal Building, Westampton
  • December 22, 2018: Low-cost spay/neuter clinic, Westampton Municipal Building, Westampton
  • December 29, 2018: Low-cost spay/neuter clinic, Westampton Municipal Building, Westampton
  • April 27, 2019: Seventh Annual Barb Feldstein Memorial Raining Cats & Dogs Pet Fest, Burlington County Animal Shelter, Westampton, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

Ways to Help

Our mission is to make our shelter animals happier and give them a better chance at adoption. Since we are an all-volunteer group, we can't do that without dedicated volunteers! We need you! There are many ways you can help the Friends of the Burlington County Animal Shelter, including walking dogs, playing with cats, grooming the animals, posting pictures and bios of the animals online, fundraising, planning events, and, of course, donating money. For two weeks, you also can support our mission by buying some popcorn through our special fund-raising sale: www.supportyours.org/friendsofbcas.