What: Non-profit organization Trenton Animals Rock and Trenton Mayor W. Reed Gusciora will hold an adoption event at the historic Mill Hill Park in the North Ward to announce an upcoming micro-chipping clinic and soon to be established animal food pantry for Trenton residents, as well as ongoing efforts to update the city’s euthanasia policies to help the Trenton animal shelter maintain no-kill status into the foreseeable future.
When: Today, Oct. 10, 2020, at 12:00 p.m.
Where: Mill Hill Park in Trenton at the corner of E Front Street and S Broad Street.
Who: Mayor Gusciora, Trenton Animal Rocks Founder Danielle Gletow, along with numerous volunteers and pets available for adoption.
Background: Trenton Animals Rock is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization that has worked with the City of Trenton since June 2018. It provides funding for medical care, training, and boarding for injured, abandoned, and abused dogs, and is the key entity connecting homeless dogs to households throughout New Jersey and beyond.
Since February of 2019, Trenton Animals Rock has adopted out 215 dogs from the Trenton animal shelter. In June 2019, it worked with the City of Trenton and other rescue partners to place over 55 dogs that were rescued from a hoarding situation.
Please RSVP if you plan to attend and reach out if you have any questions.
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Office of Mayor W. Reed Gusciora
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