League for Animal Protection of Huntington 104 Deposit Rd, East Northport, NY11731 Founded in 1973, the League for Animal Protection of Huntington, is an all volunteer, non-profit organization…More dedicated to the rescue, care and rehabilitation of stray, abandoned and abused animals in Huntington Township . In 1982 the organization opened the Grateful Paw Cat Shelter offering temporary homes for cats and performing FELV and FIV tests, inoculation, spaying and neutering services. For more information about the League for Animal Protection of Huntington and the Grateful Paw Cat Shelter, visit the LAPH Web site.
Little Shelter Animal Rescue 33 Warner Rd, Huntington, NY11743 Since 1927, this animal shelter's mission has been to help save the lives of dogs and cats who have been abandoned. This…More no-kill facility offers dogs and cats of all ages for adoption.
Last Hope Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation has been in existence since 1981. This is not a shelter but instead this…More group works on rescuing and rehabilitating animals. One of the major goals of this organization is to help reduce the cat and dog overpopulation on Long Island. It also helps educate the public on pet ownership issues.
This location is the cat and kitten adoption center. Last year, more than 70 dogs and 400 cats and kittens were adopted from Last Hope and its adoption centers. Visit Last Hope's Web site to see what animals are available.