Liberty Humane Society Fundraiser


This Sunday, May 18, 2008 over in North Bergen.


Holistic Pet Care Seminar

If you attend the May 18th charity fund raising Holistic Pet Care Seminar which will make YOU an even better pet parent and may make a very positive difference in the quality and length of your pet’s life, all while you help support the Liberty Humane Society Shelter.

What: Join us with Animal Health & Behavior Expert Jeff Coltenback Sunday, May 18 from 12:00 – 2:00pm at Woodcliff Gardens (Henry Hudson Conference Room) 8700 Boulevard East North Bergen, NJ 07047 (Between 79th St. and Wall St…Just east of Hudson County Park… parking available on the Boulevard…enter through the rear of the 8700 building)
Donation: $15 for single admission or $10 for purchases of two or more tickets.
Why: All proceeds to benefit the Liberty Humane Society Animal Shelter
Bonus: Raffle for Doggie Gift Basket
How: To reserve your seats please email your request today at:

If you can not attend please consider sending your donation directly and payable to:
Liberty Humane Society
235 Jersey City Blvd.
Jersey City, NJ 07305
Attention: Janet Shelter

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Jersey City SPCA is the WORST! I adopted a kitten from there 10 years ago on a friday afternoon, and had a vet’s appt for her monday morning. She died sunday. They don’t take care of their animals properly so I am happy to hear that the animals are in Liberty’s care now. I went back a yr later to get the cat I have now. I figured that I had to try to save another one before it happened again. Luckily I had a vet appt for the same day bec she was flea bitten, malnourished and dehydrated. I got her back to perfect health and she is now a happy 9 yr old cat. 🙂


Liberty Humane is a wonderful organization. When I talked to them at the Arts & Music Festival, they said that Liberty rescued all the animals that were at the Jersey City SPCA (which was forced closed in April for cruelty.) So now, they’re overloaded with animals, so now is the perfect time to adopt a part of your family or at least donate!