We are founded on the belief that all animals have a natural right to humane treatment including proper care and safe shelter
Through no fault of her own, our precious Emma came perilously close to using up all of her nine lives.
She was brought to a New York animal hospital by her owner for euthanasia because she was defecating outside her litter box. The animal hospital turned to RBARI for help.
We got her immediate medical attention, and it turned out she not only had irritable bowel disease, but had a colonic stricture – since repaired by surgery – that was causing her pain.
This beautiful 7-year-old Abyssinian is extremely affectionate. She loves people and thrives on attention. She is pretty much the perfect companion.
While her stricture was corrected, she will always have IBD and have the occasional accident. But she promises she will make up for that with effusive, demonstrative love.
Emma would prefer not to share her forever family with other cats or dogs. She is hoping to be a well-loved only child.
We are so happy we were able to save Emma. Now we are just hoping someone will give her the loving home she deserves.
Who is happy and wiggly and full of fun? That would be Sherry, as sweet as her name.
This 18-month-old “pocket pit” mix was surrendered to local animal control when her owners were moving and could not take her along. She is an active, playful girl who walks well on a leash. She is good with some but not all dogs.
Sherry is a love sponge, soaking up all the affection and attention she can get and giving plenty of love in return. She is hoping she will soon find someone who will want to love her forever . Won’t you come to meet her?
Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge recently took in a sweet dog who was thrown out of a car window and miraculously saved. After the incident, which happened on the Bronx River Parkway, the dog was rescued by the kind firefighters from FDNY Engine 63, Ladder 39, and Battalion 15. Having saved the pup, they did not want to send the animal to the shelter without much needed medical care, so they reached out to the rescue to give the dog a chance at a proper recovery.
OAKLAND -- Libby is a 21/2-year-old German shepherd in the care of the Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge.
A true "junkyard dog," she was surrendered to a shelter when the junkyard changed ownership.
A home with a fenced-in yard and a family willing to take the time to help Libby acclimate to a new life is needed; she has been spayed and is up-to-date on shots.
For more information on Libby, 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, New Jersey (WABC) -- The Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge in Bergen County, New Jersey is asking for help after a young, sick abused pit bull mix delivered 8 puppies.
Everley was recently rescued by a local shelter, emaciated and with a huge pregnant belly.
Even more horrifying than her gaunt frame and belly was a wound on her that had been stapled shut by someone with a staple gun.
OAKLAND -- Mary is a 5-year-old cane corso in the care of the Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge.
Recovered as a stray, volunteers describe her as "a friendly and outgoing girl" who loves attention.
Mary, who likes to be walked, would be best-suited to a home familiar with large breeds and one without children younger than 10.
Mary gets along with some male dogs; she has been spayed and is up-to-date on shots.
For more information on Mary, call 201-337-5180, email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to rbari.org. The Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge provides homeless animals with medical services and shelter in a no-kill environment.
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