REMINDER: All Last Hope raffle checks and ticket stubs must be received prior to May 5, 2015. Send to Last Hope, PO Box 7025, Wantagh, NY 11793.
Anyone wanting more booklets may pick them up at the Wantagh Adoption Center!
Oh, Old Mother Hubbard, our coupon cupboard is bare!
Your pet food coupons help Last Hope save $ when purchasing supplies for our cats & dogs.
We would appreciate any pet food coupons that you mail us at: Last Hope, PO Box 7025, Wantagh, NY 11793 or drop off at our Last Hope Adoption Center, 3300 Beltagh Ave., Wantagh 11793.
Dear Animal Lover,
Last Hope is in desperate need of foster homes for KITTENS. Without foster homes lined up to take them in we are unable to rescue them from the streets of Long Island. We are asking you to consider fostering KITTENS and please share with your friends and family as well. Becoming a foster parent is wonderfully fulfilling experience. You will be provided support and assistance throughout the process and we promise you won’t regret it!
CLICK HERE to get the process started today and save the life of a KITTEN that otherwise may not have survived in the wild. Continue reading
JOIN US FOR A FUN NIGHT. ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT LAST HOPE’S ANIMAL RESCUE & REHAB EFFORTS
Doors will open at 6:00 PM
Bingo from 7 PM – 10 PM
Prizes to include an assortment of Baskets…Groceries, Household Items, Italian Night, Kids Playtime, Gardeners Delight, Movie Night, Cleaning Day and more! There will also be a Chinese Auction and 50/50 raffles. Continue reading
Last Hope so grateful for another wonderful gift from Zoetis. We received three thousand 3cc syringes from the animal health company -Zoetis- via their “Zoetis for Shelters” program. With 600 cats and 260 dogs last year at our Adoption Center, satellite cat adoption centers and in foster care, Last Hope continues to have a great need for this generous donation of syringes.
Rocky: Forever In Our Hearts
On Saturday, March 28, about 50 people gathered at Last Hope to memorialize “Rocky” our long-time resident Chow who succumbed with little warning to advanced cancer in January. He had come to Last Hope 10 months before when his beloved owner passed away, after he was returned to the town shelter where he was adopted as a youngster. “Rocky” had a large, extended family at Last Hope.
Below is the poem by Phyllis Noon, Last Hope volunteer, read at “Rocky’s” memorial today 3/28: Continue reading
“It’s a Wonderful Day in the Last Hope Neighborhood”….