Pet Adoptions Belle Mead Animal Hospital

Pet Adoptions

The Belle Mead Animal Hospital encourages both existing and prospective pet owners to consider adopting a rescue pet whenever possible.

Rescue groups are brimming with happy, healthy animals just waiting for someone to take them home. The pets available for adoption have all had their wellness exams and vaccinations. They are typically spayed or neutered, and their temperaments have been well established so a prospective adopter can be matched with the right pet to suit their particular household.

The Belle Mead Animal Hospital is proud to support local rescue groups and assist by offering adoption days at the hospital and showcasing adoptable pets in our waiting room on a regular basis. Adopting and caring for a companion animal can provide a sense of purpose and fulfillment for an individual, and the new pet can become a source of unconditional love for those who find their match.

Belle Mead Animal Hospital

This beautiful, friendly cat was spotted up a tree for hours on end on River Road in Hillsborough near Norz Hill Farm, finally rescued, and brought to BMAH. We found no microchip or identification, and the owner has not come forward. We are looking for a Forever Home for this lovely, neutered male cat. Stop by our reception area to meet him! We nicknamed him Tree Cat. Will you give him a chance for a Forever Home and a Forever Name?

Tree Cat Needs a Forever Home

Tree Cat Portrait

Felines First, Inc. / Cats Only Inn

Felines First, Inc., a 501(c)(3) cat rescue group, has partnered with Cats Only Inn and has many wonderful cats in need of their new forever homes. Whether you are looking for a young and playful one year old, or a calm senior lap cat, one or more of their adoptable kitties is sure to steal your heart. You can visit with the adoptable felines at Cats Only Inn located at 134 Hillsborough Road, Hillsborough, NJ 08844  Call to make arrangements to visit: 908-874-0231

Find Directions to Cats Only Inn here.

CAPIC Cats

The Cat Adoption and Pet Information Center (CAPIC) is a group of volunteers who specialize in TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return). They go into neighborhoods to help local residents with feral and free roaming cats, and they rescue cats and kittens that are suitable for adoption. They are a 501(c)(3) accredited charity and have no paid employees. All monies received are used for the medical and food expenses for the animals they rescue and colonies they care for. Cats and kittens are often showcased in the BMAH waiting room and on regular basis at Amwell Pet Supply. 

Jacob (left) and Jeremiah are looking for their New Forever Home:

Stop by Amwell Pet Supply to meet these two sweet siblings who love to purr!

Jacob and Jeremiah adoptable CAPIC Cats

Amwell Animal Rescue Group (AARG)

Amwell Animal Rescue Group is an all-volunteer rescue group –  no paid employees or staff. Their mission is to rescue, care for, and re-home unwanted and homeless pets. Visit Amwell Pet Supply in Hillsborough to meet some of the pets in their care.

Animals looking for their new Forever Homes:

Meet Bugs, a super sweet male Rabbit whose owner surrendered him. He is ready for his new Forever Home. Stop by Amwell Pet Supply to meet him!

Rabbit Bugs Amwell Pet Supply

Meet Toby – This Guinea Pig is 1 ½ years old.  He was bought at PetSmart but surrendered by his owner due to allergies. Stop by Amwell Pet Supply to meet this loving little guy!

Guinea Pig Toby Amwell Pet Supply

Meet Sylvester – He’s a white New Zealand breed with red eyes.  Only 2 years old, Sylvester was rescued from an unpleasant breeding situation and deserves a new, loving home. Stop by Amwell Pet Supply to meet him!

Rabbit Sylvester Amwell Pet Supply

Meet Guinesis – This 1 ½ year old Guinea Pig is very sweet and just waiting for his new forever home!

Guinea Pig Guinesis Amwell Pet Supply

Animal Alliance

Animal Alliance is a is a 501(c)3 nonprofit charitable organization which finds euthanasia to be an unacceptable fate for adoptable animals in shelters, who might otherwise lose their life simply due to pet overpopulation. Animal Alliance places animals removed from the shelters into temporary foster care where they are rehabilitated, spayed/neutered, restored to health, and readied for a speedy adoption.

Bonita is waiting for her new Forever Home:

BMAH Bonita Animal Alliance Adoptable Dog

Bonita is a pretty 2 year old female black lab/hound mix who is looking for her forever home. She arrived at Animal Alliance underweight and as a recent mom to 8 pups. They helped her regain her health and take care of her pups. Bonita now weighs in at 55 pounds and with all her pups healthy and adopted, it is Bonita’s turn to experience the love of finding her forever family. Learn more about Bonita and see additional photos here.

Scarlet Paws Animal Welfare Network

Scarlet Paws Animal Welfare Network is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of the humane treatment of both domestic animals and wildlife found living in need on the New Brunswick campuses of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.  Animals are often found alone as a result of abandonment, having become lost, or by birth to those lost or abandoned animals. In the case of wildlife, those that have become sick, injured, or displaced from their natural habitat are often in need of rescue. Please visit the Scarlet Paws website link above to see the many pets looking for their forever homes.

Scarlet Paws Animal Welfare Network, Inc. is a public charity exempt from Federal Income tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, and contributions to Scarlet Paws Animal Welfare Network, Inc. are tax deductible.

Coalition for Animals (CFA)

Coalition for Animals (CFA) is a 501(c) (3) community based non-profit organization with a mission for all people to “Evolve to Non Violence.” We commit our resources to education and activities for the end of all animal domination. We strive to promote respect and protection for all sentient creatures, wild and domestic, local and global. We advocate a humane lifestyle and sharing the environment with all animals in peace and harmony.

Coalition for Animals was founded in 1994 confronting multiple issues involving animal abuse. Today CFA acts as an umbrella organization for a number of grassroots groups for networking and sharing resources. The subsidiary groups work together for the common goal that all animals have the right to live their lives free from physical and psychological pain. We believe that all animals have inherent rights.

Help Us To Help Them! – The Coalition for Animals rescues homeless animals. We currently provide food and medical care to numerous cat colonies. We provide veterinary assistance for families in need to keep their beloved pets. We are always looking for ways to fundraise for the many needy animals under our care.

Missy, Oreo and Star are waiting for their new Forever Home!

Missy Oreo Star Adoptable Cats Coalition for Animals Sept 2016 Belle Mead Animal Hospitala websiteMeet a lovely family of girls who are looking for a home after being rescued from a construction site in Somerville – Missy (2 years old), her sister Oreo (2 years old) and her daughter Star (20 months old). These girls love each other, but would do better living in a house with no other cats. They would love to have a forever home of their very own. Contact Coalition for Animals at 908-369-0604 or email njcfa@coalitionforanimals.org

Roger needs a Forever Home: What a love he is! Roger is approximately 3 years old. Found in Hillsborough as a stray in December 2015.  Loves people, very social with everyone, being part Burmese. He would be a great buddy to a dog. Come meet Roger and be the forever home he is looking for.

Roger adoptable cat Coalition for Animals March 2018

 

Rufus needs a Forever Home: Found as a stray, Rufus is a neutered male, extremely friendly, and approximately 2 years old. He doesn’t like other cats, but he would be great with dogs as he is very dog-like himself! Can you provide Rufus with the loving home he needs?

Rufus adoptable cat Coalition for Animals March 2018

 

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