Animal Adoption League is a non-profit organization.
Animal Adoption League was started in 1992 by a group of individuals
concerned by the growing number of animals in our area dying at
shelters (not necessarily humanely), dying or injured on our streets
and highways or trying to survive on whatever scraps of food they
could find. They are the strays, the abused or abandoned dogs,
cats, puppies and kittens who are hungry and homeless. These are
the victims of human negligence, of people who allow their animals
to multiply, of people who move off and leave their pets and of
people who are ignorant and uncaring. Members of the League are
trying to offer an alternative to animals who would otherwise
have little chance for survival. The Animal Adoption League offers
veterinary care, foster care and an adoption outlet for animals.
Hundred of animals previously homeless are now in permanent, loving
homes as a result of League efforts.
- To provide
veterinary care and temporary housing for homeless animals
- To provide
an adoption outlet for the permanent placement of these animals
- To educate
the general public in the proper care of animals and the importance
of reducing pet overpopulation
- To work
for the welfare of all animals.