Photo’s by Jennifer Harrison
Award-winning animal advocate, Jill Rappaport, created and hosted the first animal adoption extravaganza. .
Bideawee – One of the oldest no-kill animal shelters in the country, showed second. Ellen DeLisle, Senior Manage of Adoptions of Bidewee. Www.bideawee.org/adopt
The Southampton animal shelter foundation is a nonprofit, no kill, open admission shelter located in Hampton Bays. Nicole Tumilowicz director of development and marketing led the way with some beautiful adoptees. Sasf.org
Little shelter animal rescue and adoption center was represented by David Cell, Executive Director. Little Shelter is the First Humane Society in Suffolk County, Long Island and has reached its 95th Anniversary this Year. www.littleshelter.org
Nassau county SPCA rescues and protects animals from abuse and neglect. Contact Maria MORA, Executive Director, firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about adopting. https://Nassau county SOCA.org
SECOND CHANCE RESCUE is a foster-based nonprofit animal rescue dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating critical injured and neglected animals and working to reduce shelter overpopulation. Kate McEntee, Director of Partnerships was there to lead the way. NYCSCR.org/ADOPT
YORKIE911 Rescue’s mission is to rescue and ultimately find the best adoptive homes for the small breed of dogs in their care. Represented by Heidi Walker, Executive Director.. www.yorkierescue.com