Rescued Kitties Need Foster Homes

St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center recently rescued 39 cats from deplorable conditions in an apartment in South Bound Brook and is seeking foster families to keep them healthy until permanent homes can be found.
Animal control officers were called upon discovery of the cats during an eviction, and the animals were safely transferred to St. Hubert’s.
Now these cats just need a safe place to put on some healthy weight and receive the attention they deserve before being adopted out to permanent homes.
“St. Hubert’s special emergency fund was depleted this summer after the rescue of 193 cats found in similar condition,” said Vice President of Development & Communication Erika Mathews. “We desperately need our community’s support to ensure we can give these cats the second chance they deserve.”
St. Hubert’s is offering one-on-one counselling for new volunteers and will provide all the necessary food and supplies to foster families. Contact St. Hubert’s Foster Coordinator Steve Valentin at for more information.
Tax-deductible donations to help with the care of the cats can be made online at or by mail to St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center,
P.O. Box 159, Madison, NJ 07940.

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