We are founded on the belief that all animals have a natural right to humane treatment including proper care and safe shelter
RBARI recently rescued 15 cats from a hoarding house. Despite their previous living conditions, all are in good health, spayed and neutered, up to date on vaccines, and tested negative for FIV/FeLV. They are now available for adoption, and although they are bonded with each other, it is not required they be adopted in pairs.
Mila is a 9 yr old black with white DSH. Although she's a little shy, she will allow you to pet her.
Beautiful Bonnie is both shy and social.
You see, in her former home, Bonnie led a solitary life, which left her shy and nervous from lack of socialization. But when she gets to know you, this 3-old beagle/pit mix warms up, and she is quite affectionate to those she knows well.
Bonnie is a different dog outside the shelter building. She is more relaxed and loves going for walks and hikes and living an active life, and she appreciates her human friends who give her that opportunity.
While she can be reactive to other dogs when out walking on a leash – again, the result of her isolated past – she has also made some dog friends at RBARI.
We think our sweet girl has a lot of potential. She’s been waiting a while for someone to give her a chance. We would like to see her go to an adult-only home, where someone wants to share her love of an active life.
Would you like to be Bonnie’s hiking buddy? Come to meet her!
OAKLAND -- Max is a 31/2-year-old golden retriever/border collie mix in the care of the Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge.
Surrendered by owners "who no longer wanted him," he is shy at first but becomes playful and active when he becomes familiar with people.
Max, who likes to be walked, has been described by volunteers as "an escape artist" who can climb fences. He should be an only pet in a home; he has been neutered and is up-to-date on shots.
For more information on Max, call 201-337-5180, email email@example.com or go to rbari.org. The Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge provides homeless animals with medical services and shelter in a no-kill environment.
OAKLAND, N.J. – The teams at the Ramapo Bergen Animal Refuge, Inc. (RBARI) and the Oradell Animal Hospital are fighting to save the life of a tiny Chihuahua with a large prolapsed tumor.
New Jersey could be the first state making it illegal to declaw cats and Bergen County animal rescue workers are hoping the measure moves out of the Senate sooner than later.
The federal government plays an oversight role to a large number of businesses that involve animals, and they use the 1966 Animal Welfare Act (AWA) to oversee that work. The types of businesses range from circuses and zoos to domestic animal enterprises such as laboratories that test on animals, as well as something we work on very closely at Best Friends, commercial animal breeding facilities (better known as puppy and kitten mills).
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