Rescued Cat Long Island

To Report Animal Abuse

Nassau County
Office of DA Rice 516-680-8624

Suffolk County
Suffolk SPCA 631-382-7722

Low Cost Spay And Neuter Organizations

Kent Animal Shelter | 2259 River Road, Calverton 631-727-7797
Spay Today | 300 Horseblock Road, Brookhaven 631 286 4965
Save-A-Pet Animal Rescue | 608 Route 112, Port Jefferson 631-473 6333
Dr. Laura Gay Senk | 908 Conklin Street (Rt. 24), Farmingdale 631 694 5454
Island Rescue | 1500 North Clinton Avenue, Bayshore 631-968-8700
Friends of Animals Spay/Neuter Hotline|  1-800-321-PETS
All About Spay Neuter | 516-967-4648

Dog Adoption Long Island

Giving up a pet

Having to relinquish a family pet can be an overwhelming and detrimental experience for both you and your animal. Please exercise all options and explore all resources before deciding to drop your pet off at a municipal shelter.

Be creative, positive and persistent. There are many animals needing homes at any one time, so finding a home can take some work. But, there are good homes out there, so try to maintain a positive attitude. Explore all options you can think of for finding a home – creativity and persistence are usually rewarded.

Remind yourself that you are this pet’s best option for finding a new home. You might think shelters or rescue groups would be more adept at placing the pet because we have experience, facilities, screening guidelines, etc. But, an individual, particularly one who knows the animal, can focus all his or her efforts on that pet, provide the most information to prospective adopters, and best determine the appropriateness of a new home.