We are an "all volunteer" rescue group that started in 2013 after seeing the need for a place to house sick, injured and senior cats that were not welcome elsewhere. We have also taken in many stray, semi-feral and surrendered cats that for whatever reason the family could no longer keep. These animals stay with us until they find a permanent home. They are NEVER in jeopardy of "euthanasia" to "make space". We rely on donations as well as our fundraising events to raise monies to keep the rescue going. ALL monies go to food, litter, supplies and veterinary bills.
Come Meet Our Pets...
We do not have a "physical shelter building" so we rely on our "foster homes". Our "Main" foster home is located in Ridge, NY (Eastern Suffolk County, Long Island). We can arrange for a visit if you are interested in seeing how we run our "unique" rescue. We also do many local Adoption Events that we list on our Facebook page....TOMMY'S HOUSE ANIMAL RESCUE.
Our Adoption Process...
We screen by email/phone and then do an in person "meet and greet". We do not have an official "fee" for adoption, but rather ask the adopter for a "donation" in an amount that they are comfortable with. The donation is tax-deductible. We advise potential adopter of all health and behavior information that we have. If an adopter is having "issues" with their new cat, we do our best to work with them to solve the problem. If we are not able to resolve the situation where the adopters and the cat are not comfortable, we accept the cat back into our care. We are a small group and get quite busy at times with fundraising and adoption events as well as our full time jobs. We try to respond to emails as promptly as possible, so please be patient with us.
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