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Category Archives: Why We Do This
On this Thanksgiving Day, so many animals are thankful for your support. Because of you, the animals have a safe and warm place to live, eat nourishing meals, receive the medical care they need, get pampered by our staff and … Continue reading
Help us heal their broken hearts. We make a promise to every animal that comes through our doors and becomes part of the Pets Alive family: You will always have a place, you will always be loved, and we will … Continue reading
Dear Friends, Adopters, Volunteers, and Supporters, During this time of year, in between all the running around and rushing from one party to another, we also take time to reflect on the importance of friends and family. For most of … Continue reading
Charlie Bray was brokenhearted and not interested in much of anything. In less than two months, he lost his mother-in-law, followed just 4 weeks later by the death of his beloved wife, Joanie, to an aggressive cancer. Shortly before Joanie … Continue reading
Written by: Danielle Eisenberg, Cat Caregiver As I approach my first year anniversary working at Pets Alive, I have given a lot of thought about what it is I truly do as well as about the organization itself. When I first … Continue reading
By Audrey Lodato, Executive Director Pets Alive Middletown The animals from the hoarding situation in Minisink have been through hell, but there’s some good news. We’re done with the sickness and the worry. We’re getting to the end of the … Continue reading
By Audrey Lodato, Executive Director, Pets Alive It’s been a week since we got the call from Deputy Sheriff Vincent Iannuzi alerting us to an urgent hoarding situation in Minisink. A week since we responded immediately to that call and … Continue reading
Collectively, we’ve got decades of experience in rescue at Pets Alive – we’re pretty thick skinned. It takes a lot to rattle us. We’ve unfortunately dealt with debilitating neglect and circumstances horrible beyond measure for companion animals. We’d thought we’d … Continue reading