Last Hope is financing the veterinary care of many of the domesticated and feral cats left behind by residents who are required to abandon their trailers to make room for future development of the Frontier Trailer Park on Route 110 in Amityville. We need your financial help and support for this huge endeavor.
Join us on March 27th and bowl Pins for Paws. Continue reading
We did it! It will be possible for even more feral cats to be spayed and neutered this year with our Fix-A-Feral vouchers and at our Free Spay/Neuter Clinics. Thanks to you, all our supporters, our Luncheon was a big success and our Fix-A-Feral Program is now up and running for 2015. Let’s spread the word about this amazing program so that many, many, many more people may take advantage of it and donate towards this cause.
And please, always remember to “Fix a Feral Friend in Need so that they Don’t Continue to Breed!”
To donate to the FAF program please visit PayPal here: http://goo.gl/N8Jn7e
“Chelsea” has been in Foster Care for over 3 months and we refuse to bring her back to the Adoption Center after she’s been feeling the love of a home for so long. All “Chelsea” has ever wanted was a home to call her very own. Continue reading
Here are the upcoming “Free Spay-Neuter Dates”:
- February 22nd (FILLED UP – CLOSED)
- March 22nd
- April 12th
Reservations for the January date being accepted as of Wednesday, January 7th. Call 516–223-6673 or email email@example.com.
Reservations for the February date being accepted on February 7th.
Reservations for the March date being accepted March 7th.
Reservations for the April date being accepted March 28th.
NOTE: The required registration is limited to 4 cats per person and also all cats must be ear-tipped and in a humane trap.
Many thanks and congratulations to Nicholas Puleio- Eagle Scout candidate from Troop 5, Continue reading
Pamela Pattwell came to Last Hope on Dec.18th with bags of beautiful cat blankets and fluffy dog beds created by teens during her Dec. 6th Community Service workshop at Massapequa Library’s Central Avenue Branch. The 19 participants cut, stuffed and knotted the fabric; no sewing was needed. While a student in CW Post Library Science Masters Program, Pamela is a trainee at the library. There was so much interest in the craft class that Pamela has a waiting list to hold another session. “Gidget” our Chihuahua loves the blankets and their happy fabrics. Look at the smile on “Gidget’s” face. So does “Bosco” a handsome tabby rescued in Queens. He wasted no time getting comfy in the blanket. Thanks so much to Pamela and your “crafty” students.