Upcoming Events

12/13 – “Trees of Love” Tree Lighting Ceremony

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Jewelry Sale & Flea Market at The Church of the Advent (Westbury) Sat., Dec. 6, 2014

Come to a Jewelry Sale and Flea Market supporting Last Hope Animal Rescue on Sat. December 6th from 10-2 pm at The Church of the Advent, 555 Advent Street, Westbury 11590. Something for everyone! For more details, please call: (516) 921-2008. Continue reading →

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REMINDER: All Last Hope raffle checks and ticket stubs must be received prior to December 1, 2014. Send to Last Hope, PO Box 7025, Wantagh, NY 11793. Anyone wanting more booklets may pick them up at the Wantagh Adoption Center.

***URGENT: CH KITTY, ELLE, NEEDS A FOREVER HOME!***

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Wantagh Middle School T-Shirt Fundraiser for Last Hope

Please SUPPORT a wonderful T-shirt fundraiser for Last Hope organized by Alexis, Sara and Marissa- Business Management students at Wantagh Middle School right across the street from our Adoption Center. Two lovely designs to choose from in the links below.
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Another Free TNR Clinic is a Huge Success!

Last Hope spayed and neutered 62 cats at the November 16th Free TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return) clinic at our Wantagh Adoption Center. Five veterinarians volunteered their time – Dr. Saver, Dr. Cummins, Dr. Bayha, Dr. Miller, Dr. Harris and Dr. Juliano. We also had the assistance of several vet techs, cat volunteers and 10 wonderful students from the Veterinary Science Class at BOCES-who joined us to learn and help out. These students plan to be future vet techs and are eager to help us in the future.

Many of the cats brought to this clinic were trapped by our volunteers. They are trapping a few different colonies, trying to stabilize the population so that spring brings fewer unwanted kittens. The rest of the cats were brought in by caring, public trappers. We even had a cat with a large hernia that one of the veterinarians repaired. There were some bittersweet moments too. A few very young kittens were rescued. Even though we are happy they were rescued, it is frustrating that there are still so many out there. Despite this revelation, Last Hope knows we are making a difference to the cats whose lives are changed for the better via our Free TNR clinics.

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“Thank you” to Eagle Scout Candidate Joey Anselmo and Boy Scout Troop 577

Thank you to Eagle Scout candidate, Joey Anselmo, and Boy Scout Troop 577 of North Bellmore for spending November 1st and 2nd cleaning our Wantagh adoption center from top to bottom, and building large, sturdy feral cat shelters, scratching posts, toy boxes and an agility hoop. Continue reading

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URGENT: “MANDY” NEEDS YOUR HELP! Please SHARE! Help us, help her!

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Zoetis, Thank You One Thousand Times!

Last Hope so grateful for a gift of one thousand 3cc syringes from the animal health company -Zoetis- via their “Zoetis for Shelters” program. ¬†With over 700 cats and 200 dogs each year at our Adoption Center, satellite cat adoption centers and in foster care, Last Hope has a great need for this generous donation of syringes. Continue reading

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