Meet Daisy – she will be turn 2 this month and has spend her whole life with us at Last Hope. She is a beautiful, sweet girl with soulful eyes and is so deserving of a forever home. Please click here to read more about Daisy and consider adopting her and giving her the best birthday gift ever – a family to call her own.
We are pleased to announce that at our St. Patrick’s Day luncheon to be held at Singleton’s in Bethpage on Sunday, March 16th, 2014 (1pm to 5pm), Last Hope will be honoring Cindy Iacopella, Director of the Town of Hempstead Animal Shelter, for her accomplishments at the shelter in the last three years. Please join us as we wish to show Cindy our appreciation and wish her well as she moves south this summer. Tickets are $55 pp or $500 for a table of 10.
Hope to see you on March 16th.
On Sunday 2/9/14, we received a desperate call from the public about a injured cat at an apartment complex on Long Island and we sprung into action immediately. Unfortunately, it was too late for the younger cat that ‘JT’ was with but thanks to Deer Park Animal Hospital and some very dedicated foster parents he is doing well and on his way to recovery. Doctors needed to place a series of drains that are currently placed along his’ underside during the emergency surgery DPAH performed on him due to infected bite wounds along his chest and belly. Most of pictures we have are too graphic to show here but we wanted to share his story with you. Stories like his are the reality of what being a rescue group on Long Island is, and what Last Hope Animal Rescue is truly all about. We come to the aid of homeless cats on Long Island. It’s not always pretty but it is always worth it. We will be following ‘JTs’ road to recovery. Please share his story and consider donating to Last Hope so that we can continue to save cats like his. Please foster, adopt, donate, share!
Facebook Page: Rescuing JT the cat
To donate towards the medical care of JT and others like him click the Donate Today link below.
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Stressed out by all this winter ice and snow, well then come meet us Sunday, February 23rd from 9:30 to 10:30 am at Twisted Lotus Yoga located at 11 Broadway in Amityville. Sandy, the yoga instructor who adopted Ronnie the Hound (now Jackson the Hound) from Last Hope, will be hosting a class to benefit Last Hope. In lieu of the class fee, Sandy is asking participants to donate $$ or supplies - Items like Kongs, nylabones, martingale collars for our dogs, or cat toys and washable beds for our cats as well as cat food donations for feral colony caretakers.
There is a class size limit of 20-25 so Please RSVPs. by calling Pam Samboy, a Last Hope Volunteer, at 631-412-3409 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us on Sunday, February 9th at Popei’s in Deer Park to benefit our Fix-A-Feral program. Yummy food, raffles & a 50/50 will sure the makings of a fun afternoon – This event is so important to the continuaton of the Fix-a-Feral program, so please if you haven’t already purchased your tickets, purchase them today! For more information and to order tickets, please click here.
THIS JUST IN – In case of BAD weather the “rain-date” will be the following Sunday, Feb 16th. Please check back here for updates or email Maria, event coordinator, at email@example.com.
The Last Hope Lions played a great game during the first even Kitten Bowl hosted by the Hallmark Channel. Although we lost on the field, we won but getting home for all of our players in the game but there are still many more rookies and seasoned players at our adoption center who are in need of a home so please be sure to stop by to pick your own MVK (Most Valuable Kitten).