The Animal Lovers League
"Our mission is to provide outreach resources for homeless pets, fund spay-neuter clinics and promote the human-animal bond through education and community outreach."
Your donation, big or small, will go directly toward medical care and food for the pets of caretakers who have few or no resources, homeless pets, and a huge TNR Program.
Animal Lovers League
The Animal Lovers League has its headquarters in Locust Valley. As “Operation Central”, our new venue will enable us to continue the outreach programs we have offered for over 20 years, including our creative and interactive humane education program, free spay-neuter clinics we are funding and free Behavior Help Line. We are supporting and collaborating with other rescue groups, with donations of food and equipment they so desperately need as well as aiding senior citizens to enable them to keep their pets.
Far too many animals are surrendered to shelters or euthanized due to behavioral problems Our free Behavior Help Line endeavors to prevent this by intervening before problems become too discouraging to pet parents. Call 516-723-9610, Monday-Friday 9AM-4PM
Our spirit and passion to help animals burns brightly, and we love having Locust Valley as our headquarters as we constantly explore new avenues of animal welfare and continue our work on Long Island.
The city did not pay a single taxpayer dollar for the food, medical care (including pets hit by cars) and spay-neuter services provided by the Animal Lovers League. All funds were raised through donations from board members, donors and grants. The city paid only for A.L.L. to have skilled animal welfare officers covering 24/7 365-days to pick up stray, injured or dead animals and to provide licensing services to the city.
When abandoned and abused animals were in need of a place to call home, The Animal Lovers League was there to help. ALL paid for a professional shelter designer to plan the heated floors in the doggy den, spacious condos for felines, outdoor play areas and an air exchange system to ensure a healthy environment, where animals could comfortably wait for placement in an adoptive home or for the return of their owner. Two Animal Lovers Welfare Officers were on duty 24/7 to rescue stray and injured animals throughout the city. Volunteers and trainers were on hand to help "rowdy rascals" become adoptable "super pets" through positive reinforcement and clicker training. Every single animal that came into the shelter was vet checked, de-wormed, vaccinated and of course spayed or neutered before adoption. ALL was the first privatized municipal shelter in
When our contract was not renewed after 20 years, the Animal Lovers League moved our base of operations to 27 The Plaza, Locust Valley 11560. Our outreach programs are still operating and are we are funding a free spay-neuter program for community cats in areas with few or no resources, as well as providing food and pet medical care for those in need.
You can contact us at email@example.com
Animal Lovers League:
Keith Ibsen V.P.
Board Members Emeritus:
Bernard Klappersack PhD
Joan Digby, PhD
Animal Lovers League is a 501(c)(3) organization and financial reports are available from the NYS Department of Charities or upon request