SAVE Animal Shelter Princeton NJ– When you discover SAVE, you can’t help but smile. Their kennels are bright with natural light, and even the cat rooms have their own private window. It is clear that everyone who works and volunteers here love animals.
The next thing you notice is that this shelter is not like any other. They have a great website, and even a newsletter called “The Paw Print Post”! (Which I really enjoyed reading!)
SAVE Animal Shelter Princeton NJ Events
SAVE Animal Shelter Princeton NJ also has regular fundraising and adoption events. We peeked at their calendar and saw two great events already! One is a gala, which is sure to be amazing. But the one that caught our eye was Pinot’s Palette. At this event, you get to paint pictures of dogs!
They have a great foster program, as well as a volunteer program. The foster program allows dogs and cats to have caring temporary homes until they get their forever homes. This also opens up space at SAVE Animal Shelter Princeton NJ for other animals.
Last year, it was their goal to save over 600 animals. We are interested in discovering what this year’s goal will be!
Dog Adoption Spotlight
Meet Gypsy. This adorable girl was originally from South Carolina, but has made her way to SAVE Animal Shelter Princeton NJ.
She’s already spayed and all her vaccinations are up-to-date. Gypsy is a sweet and energetic American Bulldog Mix ready for her forever home.
This girl has loved every single person that she has met thus far, and she is already micro-chipped. You can meet her face to face at SAVE.
For more information call 609-309-5214 or email email@example.com
SAVE Animal Shelter Princeton NJ Facilities And Staff
We loved seeing the friendliness of the Executive Director of SAVE. She just completed her first anniversary as the Executive Director of SAVE. You can view the conditions, staff and the facilities for yourself below.
It is our hope that SAVE meets their goals for saving 100’s more lives this year than last. Consider adding another great fur baby to your family. In conclusion, it takes warm people with giving hearts to make organizations like this continue to survive and the animals to thrive.