Please Help OCEAN!

Please Help OCEAN! The Rough Tide is Turning to Calm for this 9 month tabby kitten after suffering from an unusual condition. (OCEAN belongs to a litter rescued in New Hyde Park last year.) Upon examination several months ago, our … Continue reading →

“Catch of the Day” Luncheon – Sun., Jan 28th

  Since 2003, Last Hope’s Fix a Feral program has assisted the public to spay and neuter feral cats in their neighborhoods. To date, Last Hope has assisted with the spay and neuter of at least 20,000 feral cats. This … Continue reading →

Last Hope Flea Market – Saturday, February 3rd

The next Last Hope Flea Market and Jewelry Sale will be on Saturday, February 3rd from 10am-2pm at The Church of the Advent (Winthrop Hall) in Westbury, 555 Advent Street. just off Jericho Turnpike. Please start putting aside donations for us. … Continue reading →

Kitten/Cat New Volunteer Orientation Schedule

Volunteers for our cat program are always greatly needed. There are openings on shifts for weekdays and weekends that accommodate any schedule. Please attend our next kitten/cat volunteer orientation being held Sunday, January 14th at 3:00 PM. All orientations are … Continue reading →

Last Hope Part of the Rescue Program

If you haven’t tried yet for your pet food and supply purchases, this is a great time to check them out. Last Hope is now part of their rescue program. For each new customer that makes a purchase, Last … Continue reading →

Pennies for Pets at VCA Animal Hospitals

VCA Charities and VCA Animal Hospitals are teaming up to help raise funds for Last Hope.  VCA Animal Hospitals believe animals have an inherent healing nature. It’s this perspective that engages their staff, clients, community members and donors to work … Continue reading →

Last Hope Receives $15,000 Grant from The Petco Foundation

KITTEN SEASON NEWS FLASH: LAST HOPE received a $15,000 grant from The PETCO FOUNDATION to prepare our incoming kittens for adoption. Last Hope’s average cost to get a healthy kitten ready for adoption is $200 to $250 when factoring in … Continue reading →

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