From cat adopters to feral caretakers, a veterinarian and local shelter employees, head of well established local rescues and those who constantly help animals through low cost spay/neuter programs and the head of one of the best communication networks in the Tri-State area … all walks of animal lovers came together today in order to discuss drawing more attention to and making people understand just HOW much we are ALL affected by pet limit laws and WHY they are UNCONSTITUTIONAL.
Thank you greatly to those that attended and I hope you’re making your calls. For those interested in helping out (time, money or even contacts are a BIG help), please let us know ASAP. You can check out our official Petfinder website ( ffrv.petfinder.org ) or contact us by phone: 856-845-8554
The dedicated volunteers of
Furrever Friends Rescue & Volunteers, Inc.
Photo: Jennifer Smith (left) and FFRV President Jen Wesh (right) listen as our attorney briefs the attendees on the specifics of the March 11 court trial. Jennifer Smith owns the foster home that is being threatened by the Borough of Brooklawn.