Join us on Sunday, Oct. 10 for the 2021 Paw Prints 5K Pet Fest at beautiful Smithville Park in Eastampton. Besides the race and fun run, there will also be a pet costume contest, K9 demonstrations, games, raffle baskets, an adoption zone, vendors, and more.
Approved adopters can take home a snuggly, squishy pit bull or a fantastic feline at discounted adoption prices through Sept. 30 at the Burlington County Animal Shelter. Pit bulls can be adopted for only $25 and all adult cats can be adopted at no cost — a significant savings!
Our friends at Jordan’s Way will be hosting a Facebook Live fundraising event at the Burlington County Animal Shelter Sept. 8 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event will be hosted on the Friends of BCAS Facebook page. Make sure to tune in! Visit the fundraising page if you’d like to donate early.
Approved adopters can take home a snuggly, squishy pit bull or a fantastic feline at discounted adoption prices through June 30 at the Burlington County Animal Shelter. Pit bulls can be adopted for only $25 and all adult cats can be adopted at no cost — a significant savings!
Our annual Big Dog 50/50 raffle tickets are now on sale. Last year’s Big Dog winner took home more than $25,000! The winning ticket will be drawn at 2:30 p.m. at Paw Prints 5K & Pet Fest, on Oct. 10 at Smithville Park. Tickets are $5 each. You don’t have to be present to win.
If you like pizza and want to help shelter pets, we have a deal for you! When you order online from a participating Papa John’s, use the code FOBCAS30 to get 30 percent off your order. Plus, 10 percent of all sales that use that special code will be donated to our group to help help shelter pets. Plus, adoptable pets will be featured on the pizza boxes. What’s not to love?
Adorable Squirrel came to the shelter as a sickly, stray kitten in need of tender loving care. Sadly, she was diagnosed with eyelid agenesis and needed surgery. Can you help us raise $2,500 to pay for Squirrel’s surgery?
The Friends of the Burlington County Animal Shelter won second place in charity/fundraiser division of the Burlington County Times Best of 2020 contest. Thanks to everyone who voted for us!
For Giving Tuesday, you can help support our Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) program for community cats. The Denton Foundation and another generous donor have agreed to match, dollar for dollar, donations up to $5,000.
From Sept. 8-Oct. 11, the Friends of BCAS are sponsoring an adoption promotion. Approved adopters can take home any adult cat at no cost and any pittie mix can be adopted for only $25.
The Pet Costume Contest for the Paw Prints Virtual 5K is live until Oct 3. Submit a free photo of your pet(s) — the top three vote getters will win gift cards.
OUR SIGNATURE EVENT IS VIRTUAL! Proceeds will help fund advanced medical care, spay and neuter assistance, our TNR program and foster care.
Our friends at SunSal Yoga were going to hold a fundraising yoga class for us, but in light of the COVID-19 outbreak, they’ve made some changes.
The Burlington County Animal Shelter is closed to the public until further notice, but many of our shelter animals have been moved into foster homes so they can be adopted.
Whether you’re Irish, not Irish, a dog lover, a cat lover, you’re sure to love our St. PIttie’s and St. Catty’s adoption promotion. From March 13-17, approved adopters can take home any adult pitbull or any adult cat from the for only $25
Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day has never been so delicious or so heart-warming! On March 15, 1-5 p.m., our friends at Dadz Bar & Grill are hosting a Dine and Donate St. Patrick’s Day Buffet to benefit the Friends of BCAS.
Partnering with Friends of Burlington County Animal Shelter is a great way for your organization to showcase its commitment to the community while supporting the homeless animal population.