August 12th

Pebey, the adorable pittie mix puppy broke his leg and his family couldn't afford his care. Our group stepped up to help and now we're raising money to help pay off Pebey's bills. Can you help us by donating to Pebey's special fundraiser? Any amount, even $5, will help a lot! Thank you!

August 10th

For just $100, your business or organization can post a special message on a route walk sign during our second annual PawPrints 5K Run/Walk.

You can promote your business and offer a congratulatory or inspirational message.

To sponsor a route sign, simply complete the route sign sponsorship form or email Karen at for more information. You also can pay with a credit care through our special route sign page.

July 17th

Minnie is a tiny, tiny kitten who has either birth defects or trauma that affect her ability to clear her bladder on her own. We think it's either neurological damage from an injury or a hernia. She also has a problem with her left rear leg where it connects to her hip. It's not clear if that's an injury, a deformity, or related to an infection or abscess. This hip problem makes her walk a little funny. Minnie needs one and possibly more surgeries, so we've set up a special fundraising page for her medical care. Can you help us help Minnie get healthy?

June 27th

Bear was surrendered to the Burlington County Animal Shelter because of his health issues. He had an extreme eye infection, as well as a severely matted coat, which was causing major health concerns, plus a mouthful of rotten teeth. Bear needed MAJOR grooming, over multiple days he also needs blood work, eye medicine, antibiotics, and has to have nearly all his teeth removed. Because Bear's medical bills are high, we've set up a special page for Bear to help raise money to pay for his care. Your donation to Bear's care will help him continue to recover his health in comfort and enjoy a special diet that is easy for him to eat and digest.

June 8th




Is your pet the cutest of the cute? Enter our Paw-Fect Pet photo contest and find out!

There is no fee to enter and the photo with the most votes wins a $75 PetSmart gift card! Each vote is a $1 donation to the Friends of BCAS, which we'll use to pay for special medical care for the shelter animals, as well as behavior training and TNR work. Can your pet take the top spot? Enter today and have your friends and family vote!!

April 13th

No matter how you define fun, the 2018 Barb Feldstein Memorial Raining Cats & Dogs Pet Fest on Saturday, April 28 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Burlington County Animal Shelter will have something to amuse, entertain and delight you and your family.

April 11th

Come out and help us paint the town...or two wine glasses at least.

Our wine glass painting fundraiser on May 19 at the Burlington County Agricultural Center Farmhouse in Moorestown gives you the opportunity to paint two wine glasses with adorable dog and cat faces. The two wine glasses are included in the price of admission.

March 1st

Our annual Big Dog 50/50 raffle tickets are now on sale. Tickets are $5 each. You can buy them:

  • online from March 1-April 26 at 8 p.m.
  • in person at the Burlington County Animal Shelter on April 14, 15, 21 and 22 from noon to 4 p.m.
  • in person at the 2018 Barb Feldstein Memorial Raining Cats & Dogs Pet Fest on April 28 at the Burlington County Animal Shelter from 10 a.m. to noon

The jackpot is $10,500 as of April 25, 2018!

February 6th

In 2017, more than 2,500 people attended our annual Barb Feldstein Memorial Raining Cats & Dogs Pet Fest at the Burlington County Animal Shelter, which is put on by the Friends of BCAS with the Mount Laurel Animal Hospital as the premier sponsor.

Each family or group who attended received an event program. Consider placing an ad in the 2018 event program to promote your animal-friendly message or products.

January 28th

The Friends of BCAS Board of Directors would like to welcome six new board members.

Happy Tails

This sweet, extra-cuddly tortoiseshell girl with the funny walk was adopted in December 2011 after doing much of her growing-up from kitten to adult cat at the shelter. The family who adopted Cassie just loves her.