Partnering with Friends of Burlington County Animal Shelter is a great way for your organization to showcase its commitment to the community while supporting programs and education to reduce the homeless animal population in Burlington County. Help us reach a 90% save rate by 2025!
Thanks to your generosity, in 2019, the Friends of BCAS were able to help 30 dogs and 177 cats with advanced medical care outside the scope of the shelter.
Want to know more about our accomplishments last year? Check out our 2019 annual report.
Are you looking for historic neon signs or other pub/sports paraphernalia for your home bar, sports cave or rec room?
Come to the Off The Wall Auction on Feb. 15 at Dadz Bar & Grill in Lumberton to bid on these and other bar decor items.
Thinking about getting a new tattoo?
On Nov. 23, you can get inked at 168 Tattoo, 7017 Route 38, Pennsauken, and help raise money for a great cause: medical care for shelter animals.
Everyone loves getting a great deal around the holidays, so we have a very special one for you!
From now until Dec. 31, approved adopters can take home any adult cat (age 6 months or older) from the Burlington County Animal Shelter at no cost. The Friends of BCAS are prepaying the adoption fees!
October is Pit Bull Awareness Month, so the Friends of the Burlington County Animal Shelter are hosting Pit Bull Awareness Day at the shelter on Saturday, Oct. 26.
There will be a bake sale, play groups with adoptable pit bulls, a costume contest for pit bulls, dog toy making, and a photo booth for you and your dogs.
Best of all, adoption fees are waived for approved adopters on all adult pitties and pit mixes, plus adult cats (because they need love, too).
Huge thanks to everyone who voted for the Friends of the Burlington County Animal Shelter as Best Charity in the Burlington County Times Best of contest.
Thanks to your support of our group and its mission, we were named Best Charity of 2019.
Thanks to the generosity of the folks at Dadz Bar & Grill in Lumberton, you can enjoy a delicious meal and help homeless pets in our community.
Join us at Dadz on Sept. 26, 4-9 p.m. for a dine and donate fundraiser. No coupon is needed -- simply tell your server you're there to support the Friends of BCAS and Dadz will donate 15 percent of your bill to our organization.
The Friends of BCAS are teaming up with Old Oak Acres to offer two goat yoga fundraising classes on Sunday, Oct. 6, at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.
Each class features an hour of yoga with a certified instructor with 20 years of experience, followed by 15 minutes of play time with the goats. Yoga mats and healthy snacks will be provided.
Join us to run and walk for homeless animals in Burlington County on Sept. 28 at 8 a.m. The off-road 5K course winds through beautiful Smithville Park in Eastampton. For those who prefer a shorter distance, we have a fun trail walk that is 1 mile long. It's a family affair, so bring your kids and pets!
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Snickers came to the shelter in July 2011 and was adopted after spending 589 days (more than 1.5 years) there. Snickers started out as a very smart, driven, energetic dog who slowly grew sad and tubby in his kennel despite everyone's best efforts to keep him happy and healthy. It was well past time for him to get out of the shelter when his adopters found him! Carlous and Juanita fell in love with our boy, and this is what they have to say: