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Animal Aid

Cause Area

  • Animals

Location

571 NE 44th StreetOakland Park, FL 33334 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

Dedicated to the welfare of stray and feral animals and to the reduction in the over population problem through education and spay and neuter effords.

Description

Our no-kill shelters takes in emergency, abuse and neglected cases as well as dogs and cats from various high-kill animal control facilities.

Reviews

Would you recommend Animal Aid?
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by Andrew H. (February 25, 2022)
The reason why I'm giving it 2 stars is because I didn't feel like I'd fit in. Started helping with the cats. The representative of the volunteer organization came off a bit crass to me, referred to me as a "mother f**ker" (within the 1st 15 minutes of meeting her)in regards to TV reference of 2 of the cats names, when, I simply told her that I don't watch TV, in regards to me saying, "before my time" (some early 00's HBO show, I was a kid in that era). She commented about my physical strength as well. The other person volunteering treated me more respectfully as such. Wanted to contribute in a professional manner and such, but simply, she was crass.
by Felicia S. (October 1, 2019)
Very therapeutic and stress free environment. Unconditional love and appreciation from the kitties. They love the love.
by Cheyenne R. from Coral Springs, FL (June 13, 2017)
I love volunteering here, every time i come in. It has helped me learn about kittens and cats. All the cats that come in, are the best. Very nice people, and perfect for teens who are looking for easy service hours.

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