Save-A-Pet Animal Rescue and Adoption

January 2013 E-Newsletter    

Join Save-A-Pet this Valentine’s Day for the Annual “Evening for the Love of Animals”
Fur Ball 2013

In honor of pets and animals in need, Save-A-Pet Animal Rescue and Adoption Center Inc. is holding its 12th Annual “Evening for the Love of Animals” Fur Ball 2013 this Valentine’s Day. The event will take place on Thursday, February 14, from 7-11 p.m. at the beautiful Flowerfield Celebrations Catering at 199 Mills Pond Road in St. James.

The dinner dance — which raises money for the organization and its efforts — had to be rescheduled from last fall due to Super Storm Sandy. Its aim is to bring people together who share a common bond: a love for animals. Read More

Kids Helping Critters

Charlotte Fritz, a third-grade student at Boyle Road Elementary School in Port Jefferson Station, helped Save-A-Pet by asking students to collect paper towels for the kittens at the shelter. Executive Director Lynne Schoepfer awarded Charlotte with a certificate for her hard work.


Ten-year-old Julia Lynch raised $267 for Save-A-Pet as part of a class assignment. Julia’s teacher gave her class an assignment to set a goal for themselves and plot out how they would fulfill their goal within a few weeks. Read More

"Monty" Available For Adoption

Monty is currently available for adoption from Save-A-Pet. This lovable pit bull was used as bait in dog fighting contests and as a “stud” dog for breeding purposes. He was a member of the “Shirley 23,” which is considered to be the one of the worst cases of animal abuse on Long Island.

His owner was arrested on 23 counts of animal cruelty. Through no fault of his own, Monty wound up in a municipal shelter upon his owner’s arrest. He has since been moved to Save-A-Pet, waiting to be adopted. Nobody wants him, but it’s hard to understand why. He is truly a wonderful dog.

Monty is up-to-date with all of his shots. He is neutered and housebroken. To adopt Monty, fill out the Pet Adoption Application form here. To see other animals for adoption, click here.

Low Cost Spay/Neuter

Cliffs Clinic located at Save-A-Pet is proud to announce that we will be doing low cost spay/neuter for dogs and cats, in addition to feral cats.
Please call (631) 473-6333 for an appointment or fill out our online form.
We are located at 608 Route 112, Port Jefferson Station.




These Pets Need
a Home

All of these pets have either been spayed or neutered and are up-to-date with routine shots.

Dollie needs a home with a little patience. She is a little shy. Dollie will become a devoted companion with the right person.
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Kittens, Kittens and More Kittens....
We have MANY to choose from. Every color you could possibly think of! Stop on by and see these sweet babies ! Please do not call, just come on in. All of the kittens at Save-A-Pet are tested for Fiv and Felv, spayed and neutered, vaccinated and dewormed.
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View pets in our adoption center and fill out our online adoption form.

How You Can Help Save-A-Pet

Help Save-A-Pet Animal Rescue and Adoption Center shelter a dog or cat until he/she is adopted. $50.00 will spay/neuter a stray cat, $75.00 will help rescue a dog, and $100.00 will provide needed surgeries. 100% of the donations go directly to the animals and are tax-deductible. Payments are secure and you will truly make a difference in the life of a shelter animal on Long Island.

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