EASEL Animal Rescue League of Mercer County is looking for dedicated loving foster parents to temporarily care for homeless animals while we search for their forever homes. Dogs and cats in Mercer County are looking for warmth, food, and love until we can find them permanent parents. Can you give some love to an animal, bring them to our adoption days 3 times a month and be a part of great organization dedicated to reducing the homeless population in Mercer County. Join us in the effort! One home can make the difference. You can make a difference.
Must have a home, be over 18 and be willing to care for a dog or cat. Must be willing to bring animal to adoption days in Mercer County.
"I didn't think I had the time to foster. But I decided to give it a go. What a wonderful feeling to help this helpless kitten. I watched as her fears went away and she became my lap cat. I was sad to see her go, but knew that her adoptive family would love her very much. Now I have a great foster dog named Seymour. He is very shy but we are working to show him that humans are trustworthy. This is the best thing I ever did." Sally Merar, Hamilton
To reduce the number of homeless, abandoned and abused animals euthanized in Mercer County, through the power of collaborative coalitions and community alliances.
EASEL is an ALL volunteer rescue group. Our goal is to build a state-of-the-art community no-kill animal center to adopt, rescue, and sterilize as many animals in the greater Mercer County area as possible. Our current programs foster abandoned animals, conduct adoptions in and around Mercer County, and run a TNR program to reduce the feral cat population.