New Place: Pet Supply Plus at Nelsons Corner in Hillsborough
When: Saturday, December 4, 2021
New Time: Santa and Paws photos 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Hopefully next year we will be able to have a better time and therefore, a better turn out.

9th Annual Holiday Petography/Santa Paws

Thank you, our event was a huge success!!!

Hosted by Coalition for Animals and Hunterdon Animal Rescue Team.

Where: Pet Valu at Nelsons Corner in Hillsborough
When: Saturday, December 7, 2019
Time: Santa and Paws photos 11:00 – 4:00

All children and adults are welcome to take pictures with Santa and their pets or separately.

Dogs must be leashed
Cats and other animals must come in carriers

Pictures: one 5 x 7 picture for $20.00 or two for $25.00
$20.00 for three pictures/poses via email

Cinderella Wants Your Love

Cinderella is a little more than a year old based upon the vets who have seen her. She was abandoned in East Orange and found underneath a car in May 2018. As she was very filthy, her rescuer cleaned her up and named her once her Beauty was revealed. She is about 8.5 pounds, timid, and a very sweet Calico.

Cinderella needs and wants a home of her own. We believe she was abused and very neglected. At such a young age she needs and wants that constant love she so deserves.

As Cinderella is FELV Positive, she has been quarantined since we’ve had her. She has been living in a bathroom. She loves looking out the window from her Cat Tree, napping in her covered bed, being brushed, and getting attention. She enjoys playing with her toys. Cinderella eats well and has impeccable litter box habits.

Cinderella has not been exposed to other Cats or to Dogs. Due to being timid and having FELV, she must be in a home which has no other Cats. FELV does NOT affect Dogs and humans. Cinderella is looking for her fur-ever home and a human who wants to share her Love. This little sweetheart is ready to enjoy a long healthy life with someone who is willing to take care of her.

Are you that someone?

Contact Coalition for Animals 908-369-0604

8th Annual Holiday Petography with Santa

Coalition for Animals & Hunterdon Animal Rescue Team
would like to thank all the participants who helped make Santa Paws the most successful year yet.

Please note: We will be back again at Pet Valu, Nelsons Corner in Hillsborough in 2019 the first Saturday of December the 7th.

All children are welcome to take pictures with their pets or separately.

For more information contact us at: 908-369-0604

(All monetary and pet food donations are appreciated!)

Keep Your Pets Healthy

Always give your pet both wet and dry food although dry food is optional based on your pet’s needs.

No matter how good you think your wet food is for your pet, it is still lacking in nutrients. When a human or animal become deficient in any nutrient that is when illness begins. Disease only exists with deficiencies.

It is important that your pet receives the following six nutrients in their diet to get and stay healthy.
Vitamins and minerals – Pollution, illness, improper diet, stress or the aging process can deplete animals of these much-needed nutrients.
Unless your cat or dog is eating a strict raw food diet, they are not getting enzymes in their food. The role of the enzymes is to metabolize the food for the body to utilize it. Our body’s enzymes stores run out as we grow. Without enzymes the body is not going to run for either humans or pets.

Proteins are made from only 22 building blocks called amino acids.
Taurine is an amino acid that is essential for cats but non-essential for dogs.

Probiotics play a vital role in your pet’s digestion maintenance.
How about the essential fatty acids? Just like Flaxseed is to humans, Krill oil is very important to cats and dogs.

Most pet supply stores and veterinarians sell nutrients for your pets. Purchasing any nutrients for your pets is better than giving your pet nothing. All supplements are not created equal.

When giving your pet these powdered and or liquid nutrients in their wet food, start very small. Most pets may need to get used to eating these nutrients in their food.