A 416 New Jersey Avenue, Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 08742 rescue helping to find loving homes for cats.
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We are the Point Pleasant Beach Animal Welfare Committee. Two of our main initiatives are a Trap Neuter Return (TNR), and Adoptions program.
We are a group of volunteers that serve the town of Point Pleasant Beach to TNR the feral cat population, rather than the town use tax money to pay for trapping and euthanize the cats.
The friendly strays, and kittens that we rescue, enter our adoption program to be adopted out to a good forever family.
The Point Pleasant Animal Welfare Committee is a non profit group made up of local residents in our community. All of our operating expenses come strictly from fund-raising efforts and donations. We are recognized and supported by the Borough of Point Pleasant beach. Started in the spring of 2008 our first goal was to manage the growing feral cat population within our town by instituting a TNR (Trap-Neuter-Release) program. In August of 2008 a TNR/Management of feral cat colony ordinance was passed by mayor and council. Our Mission Statement: “To better care for and protect all domestic and wild animals in our Point Pleasant Beach Community. To create a cohesive environment for both human and animal cohabitation”
He have our Facility Shelter Site located next to the Point Pleasant Beach train station, and have other kittens in private foster homes. Please call or email to apply and come to meet our kittens!