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Humane Society Needs Help Pairing Missing Pets with Owners

The Humane Society of the United States is desperate to reunite the following unclaimed pets with their owners in Sandy’s wake.

“We’re making this push to get the last few animals we have left matched up,” Humane Society spokeswoman Stephanie Twining said, explaining that the temporary shelter will begin to shut down at the end of November.

Pets who remain unclaimed will eventually be put up for adoption but Twining says, “Our primary goal is to get people back with their pets.” Anyone willing to foster a pet should visit FosterASandyPet.org for more information.

The organization is urging any pet owner to come forward to discuss options if they need to surrender the pet due to a housing displacement, or if they’d like to make temporary housing arrangements for the animal.

“It’s going to be an ongoing process trying to find placement for all the animals,” Twinings said.

The following pets are being held at a temporary shelter on 20 Collinstown Road in Barnegat. The shelter is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. until Nov. 30th. . To claim any of the pets below, you can contact the Barnegat shelter by calling 609-384-0306.

This black colored cat was found on Blaine Avenue in Seaside Heights. Animal ID# 31(Humane Society of U.S.)
This cat was found on Valhalla Drive in Brick, Animal ID #50 (Humane Society of U.S.)

 

This gray cat was found on Blaine Avenue in Seaside Heights, Animal ID# 51. (Humane Society of U.S.)

 

This white spotted cat was found on Hamilton Avenue in Seaside Heights, Animal ID# 10 (Humane Society of U.S.)
This black and white cat was found on Dupont Avenue in Seaside Heights, Animal ID# 139 (Humane Society of U.S.)
This orange cat was found on Hiering Avenue in Seaside Heights Animal ID# 141 (Humane Society of U.S.)

 

This striped cat was found on Dupont Avenue in Seaside Heights, Animal ID# 142 (Humane Society of U.S.)
This cat was found on Cartaret/ Central in Seaside, Animal ID# 178 (Humane Society of U.S.)
This orange cat was found on Sherman Avenue in Seaside Heights, Animal ID# 236 (Humane Society of U.S.)
This cat was found in Beach Haven, Animal ID#244 (Humane Society of U.S.)
This cockatiel was found on Harding Avenue in Ortley Beach, Animal ID# 249 (Humane Society of U.S.)
This cat was found in Monmouth County, Animal ID # gs-01 (Humane Society of U.S.)

The following animals are being sheltered at Seer Farms in Jackson and have not yet been reunited with their owners. To claim one of these pets, please call 732-928-1804.

This white rabbit was found on Central Avenue in Seaside Park. (Humane Society of U.S.)
Four finches were found on Central Avenue in Seaside Park. (Humane Society of U.S.)
This black and white kitty was found on O Street in Seaside Park. (Humane Society of U.S.)
This tabby was found on o Street in Seaside Park. (Humane Society of U.S.)
This Calico with a white front was found on 1120 Boulevard in Seaside Heights. (Humane Society of U.S.)

Additional Help Available for Pet Owners

The Humane Society of the United States is collaborating with NJ agencies to provide pet food, animal supplies to pet owners or humane organizations in need.

PetSmart Charities, PetCo Foundation, TJ Maxx, Purina, members of the community and local animal welfare organizations have generously donated food and supplies to be distributed.

Anyone interested in picking up bowls, pet food, beds, leashes, kitty litter, ect. should call one of the distributuion centers listed below.

  • Animal Welfare Association 509 Centennial Blvd., Voorhees 856-424-2288
  • St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center 575 Woodland Ave., Madison 973-377-2295
  • Monmouth County SPCA  260 Wall St., Eatontown 732-542-0040
  • Tuckerton Seaport Museum 120 Main St., Tuckerton 609-296-8868

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