Room For One More is a no-kill animal shelter that is currently located in Sparta, New Jersey. The city has informed the shelter that they will be taking over the building and the shelter must move out by June 30.
The shelter is asking for help to find homes for more than a 100 dogs and cats that they have in their care before they move out on June 30. They’ve expanded their hours and are hosting adoption events each weekend to find homes for these lovable pets. Room For One More is also looking for foster homes if people cannot adopt. Here is a picture of ShyLoh who needs a loving family to take her in. She hopes that you have “room for one more” in your home.
Full details and shelter information after the jump.
Press release from Room For One More:
We need your support.
Room for One More is leaving our current location on Sparta-Newton Road; we will be moving out at the end of June, 2007. We have a busy month ahead of us as we find homesâ€”either permanent or temporaryâ€”for over 100 dogs and cats currently in our care.
In just 30 days!
For those of you who may not know, over the past year we have become a no-kill shelter, rescuing animals from as far away as South Carolina. We are proud of the work, the lives weâ€™ve saved, and the happy homes we have found for so many more animals. And we have no intention of stopping. During the transitionâ€”as we locate a new facility that better meets our growing needsâ€”we will continue to run a foster operation.
Our animals need your help. We need to find a home or shelter for each animal by June 30, 2007. To facilitate this, weâ€™ve expanded our hours at the shelter and we will be hosting adoption events each weekend through the month of June. Our complete adoption day event calendar is included below. Please stop by, and please encourage your friends to stop by. Canâ€™t adopt a new pet right now? How about foster care? If you foster one of our animals, you will be providing it food and shelter during the transition period (RFOM will pay any unexpected medical costs). As soon as we find a new home, we will take the dog or cat back in to our care (assuming you can part with him or her!).
We also need your financial support. Finding a new home will mean added moving expenses, and likely higher operational costs as we grow to better serve you and your future pets. Your contribution to our non-profit organization will be tax deductible. Visit us at www.rfom.org, to contribute on our secure site.
There is some small irony that an organization that has dedicated itself to finding homes for our animals is now itself without shelter. But we do believe, that with your continued support, we will find a new home quickly; one that will better serve our new, expanded rescue mission. One that will always have â€œroom for one more.â€