New Jersey Aid for Animals board member Kelly Matthews, a Gloucester Township resident, submitted the following to Patch:
It sure has been busy around New Jersey Aid for Animals! NJAFA broke their own record of placing four animals in one month (one a senior)—Trane, Charlie, Sparkles and Mitzy. It sure feels good to watch the animals we work so hard to save find their "furever" homes.
Emily is all set to find her forever home! She is about 4 years old, up to date on all of her shots, and spayed. It takes her time to settle in and learn her surroundings, so please be ready to work on introducing Emily if she will be joining your family. She is blind, but far from disabled. Emily plays and gets around just like other dogs. Everywhere this cutie goes, she makes friends! If you aren't ready to adopt Emily, you can share her story. So many of our adoptions happen because someone passed a story along. Trane and Mitzy are perfect examples of that.
To get an adoption application, click here so we can schedule you or your friend for a meet-and-greet with Emily today.
New Jersey Aid for Animals is a Winslow Township-based no-kill animal charity enriching the lives of animals by providing programs for domestic animals on wellness, humane education, and spay and neuter, with a focus on impoverished communities. It also reports cases involving and pursues justice for abused animals.