1504 Old Country Road
Westbury, NY 11590
Pets4Luv Foundation | Dog & Cat Rescue Adoption Long Island
Pets4Luv Foundation’s mission Pets4Luv Foundation is a 100% volunteer based 501©3 Non-Profit animal Rescue whose priority is not only to help as many of these wonderful pets that have been abandoned and abused but also to give them the care and medical help they need while finding them their new and loving forever homes. Our second and very important, but difficult priority is to educate society on the care and responsibility towards animals. Pets4Luv’s goal is to change the myths, misconceptions, ignorance and outright ability of people to just turn their backs and allow inhumane and outdated beliefs and laws to continue. We are working on trying to place animal rescue in malls. By the high visibility to the public it gives us the opportunity to inform them that there are more options available than just pet stores selling improperly cared for and often mistreated and abused dogs and cats for exorbitant prices. Part of this goal to enlighten people that you can adopt almost every type of pet you could want and in the process save a life.
At Pets4Luv Foundation, we are dedicated to the welfare and well-being of the animals we have in our care. Not only are we dedicated to providing the animals with love and support while here, but we are also dedicated to finding them a home for the long run. A number of pets have been abandoned and abused, so we work hard to provide them with the nurturing and care that they need to recover at our Long Island cat rescue. We also try to educate society on the perils that accompany leaving a pet unattended on the streets of town. We need to stop allowing others to abuse these animals and start doing something about it. Once you have the chance to explore our amazing dog rescue on Long Island, you will understand what it is that makes us as amazing as we are today.
Once we have had the chance to nurture the animals back to health, we work to provide them with dog adoption Long Island to get them into loving homes. We strive to work together to help ensure the healthy and vitality of all these animals that have been abused and neglected from their previous owners. We want to help them get into a place where they are loved and cared for by owners that value them as a pet. Stop on in to see all of the different animals we have in our facility. You will have a hard time picking just one to call your own.
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Bringing Families Together One Rescue at a Time
At Pets4Luv we have tried not to put out many requests for help with veterinary care but right now we have exhausted all of our medical resources and are begging for help. We are in desperate need of funding for medical for 2 cats that we have in our care. The first baby is Marty, he is a black cat about 6-8 months old, that was found with a severely injured leg in someone’s yard. We received a frantic phone call for help from the good samaritan that found him but was financially unable to get Marty the medical help he desperately needed. We picked up Marty and brought him to Grady’s Animal Hospital. It appears he was attacked by a dog and due to the extensive injuries to his leg it needed to be amputated. The 2nd is a 7 month old grey tabby named Rafiki who broke his leg. He was brought to VMCLI for treatment. The injury was repairable but required surgery with a plate to repair the break. So far their combined medical is at $3,200 with possibly another $500 for follow up care.
Please visit their fundraiser at their YouCaring.com link below. Anything you can give is greatly appreciated and will help towards getting this huge bill paid.
100% of all donations made will be paid directly to the veterinarian to cover the cost of Marty & Rafiki's surgeries and follow up care.
Thank you all for your continued support!!
Any donation you can give, whether it is $1 or $100, is greatly appreciated! 100% of all donations go to the care and keeping of our animals.
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