January 28th

The animal-loving and industrious third graders at Mansfield Elementary School did extra chores to raise money to help the animals at the Burlington County Animal Shelter.

January 15th

The Friends of BCAS are excited to announced our sixth annual Barb Feldstein Memorial Raining Cats & Dogs Pet Festival on Saturday, April 28, 2018 at the Burlington County Animal Shelter. The Mount Laurel Animal Hospital is our premier sponsor. 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.

In 2017, more than 2,500 people attended the festival, many with their pets and children.

December 21st

We met our goal for our TNR matching campaign. THANK YOU all so much! Because of you, we can now spay/neuter 300 community cats!!

It costs $35 to spay/neuter, vaccinate and ear tip one community cat. We have four extremely generous supporters who will match every $35 donated up to $5,250. That means we can raise $10,500 to spay/neuter 300 community cats! We only need 55 more gift to achieve our goal!

December 18th

We're very sorry, but the Designer Bag Bingo event has been canceled. Refunds are being issued.

November 29th

On Nov. 29, 2017, the Burlington County Times ran a story on Shamong being the first municipality in Burlington County to adopt a trap-neuter-return policy (TNR) regulating the care of community cats, meaning any free-roaming, feral or barn cat that is cared for by one or more residents that has no discernible form of ownership identification.

This is great news for community cats in the county!

Read Danielle DeSisto's full story.

November 28th

Going out to eat has never been more rewarding!

Dine at the Recovery Sports Grill, 109 Hancock Lane in Westampton on Thursday, Dec. 14, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., present one of these coupons and the restaurant will donate up to 15 percent of your tab to the Friends of the Burlington County Animal Shelter.

November 14th

Expand your business and help a good cause with a 2018 Friends of the Burlington County Animal Shelter sponsorship package. Friends of BCAS works diligently to save the lives of homeless animals in Burlington County, as well as enrich the lives of animals at the Burlington County Animal Shelter until they find their forever homes. Surveys show that up to 70 percent of U.S. households have a cat or dog. Partnering with FOBCAS offers companies a chance to connect with thousands of people who are interested in pets and pet products.

November 13th

The Friends of the Burlington County Animal Shelter (Friends of BCAS) has been awarded a $1,875 grant from the Petco Foundation to support the spay/neuter of community cats.

November 7th

Looking for that purrfect photo for your holiday card?

Head over to the Burlington County Animal Shelter in Westampton on Dec. 2 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and have your pets' and children's photos taken with Santa.

October 27th

The Friends of BCAS are again partnering with the Nom Nom Popcorn company on a gourmet food fundraiser. Through Nov. 15, you can order popcorn, as well as a new line of coffee, jerky, pickles, nuts or seasonings, at our special online store: A portion of every sale -- 30 percent -- is donated to us to help the animals at the Burlington County Shelter, including special medical care, training, food, shampoo and treats.

Pets with Perks

BCAS Pet Id: 36168734

Sam is a handsome DSH cat who is searching for a family to love. Though he is not an overly affectionate cat, he would love to hang around the house with you and look out the window and chill. Sam also loves petting and head rubs. Sam is already neutered so is ready to head home with you today.

Happy Tails

Junior was finally adopted into a wonderful home after 10 months at the shelter. His new owners say: "Junior is doing great. He's turning out to be a great addition to the family. We're so happy that we were able to give him a second chance. It's really hard to fathom that nobody adopted him before we did. Thanks again for taking care of Junior so we could give him a home. He's only been here for three weeks or so, but it feels like he's been part of our family for years."