Home Eviction with Animals Left Behind


Available for Adoption

Camden County Animal Shelter received over 40 pets from an eviction case in Pine Hill, including 16 Maltese and Chihuahua dogs, 20 domestic rats, 4 turtles, 1 hamster and 1 cat. Pets were left behind after owners were evicted from the residence. The rats and turtles have been place into rescue. All dogs are in great condition and are available for adoption tomorrow, Thursday, August 31st. Adoption center hours tomorrow are from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm. To learn more about adoption process, click here.

We are planning to assist more animals from the devastating impact of Hurricane Harvey in Texas. Please help us find homes for these pets today!

There are several things you can do to help:


Donate: We are in need of monetary donations in order to provide vaccinations, microchips, spay/neuter surgeries, food, and housing for the dogs. To help with medical expenses consider donating to the Bella Memorial Medical Fund. The fund enables the Camden County Animal Shelter to provide costly medical care and procedures to needy pets wanting nothing more than to continue loving and enjoying life with a human companion.

Foster: We are in need of foster homes for several dogs. Dogs in our care, especially in cases like this, have a much easier time adjusting to their new surroundings in a home environment rather than in a shelter. If you would like to foster a pet, please contact Sara Sharp, Foster Care Coordinator 856-401-1300 ext. 113


Shelter Items: With the influx of dogs taken into the shelter, we are in need of blankets, towels, sheets, small/medium crates, dog toys, wet and dry dog food. Donations can be dropped off at our shelter located at 125 County House Road, Blackwood, NJ 08012. You can also visit our Amazon wish list below.

Camden County Animal Shelter cares for any animal regardless of the reason which may include a pet surrendered by their owners due to medical issues or financial limitations, a stray animal that has been abandoned as well as any animal that has suffered extreme neglect from starvation and medical treatment. Every day we provide quality medical care and housing for our animals as we strive to find them new loving homes.

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