Established in 1976, the Long Beach Humane Society is a non-profit, non-salaried, volunteer organization, independent of political constraints and geographic boundaries.
We exist for the humane treatment of our most unfortunate and neglected animals and orphans from the City of Long Beach and surrounding area.
Some of our work includes: Feeding, providing shelter and veterinary care for the rescued or abandoned felines our care until we can adopt them to someone to live in their forever home. We also have a foster care program for special needs animals and orphaned kittens. Other volunteers help with feral cat feedings and TNR. We are a proud participant in Maddies Fund and are partners with NYC's Animal Alliance.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Visit us and our kittens & cats available for adoption at:
Long Beach Humane Society Adoption Center 126 Austin Blvd Island Park, NY 11558 516-594-1721
No appointment needed!
To view our available pets please go to the following link: http://search.petfinder.com/shelterSearch/shelterSearch.cgi?animal=&breed=&age=&size=&specialNeeds=&declawedPets=&children=&status=&id=&internal=&contact=&name=&shelterid=NY127&sort=&preview=1
Our Adoption Process...
Complete adoption application with adoption donation and spay/neuter deposit and spay/neuter agreement (if applicable), as well as personal and veterinary references. We invite you to come in a meet all of our wonderful adoptable cats & kittens!
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