On November 15th, we left our home at the former East Greenwich Animal Hospital and moved to the Cranston Animal Hospital. We’d like to thank the many hard-working volunteers who helped us pack, clean, and move!
Please do not leave any animals or donations at 4302 Post Road, East Greenwich. We had four cats abandoned overnight on our doorstep in October and November – since this property is now vacant, leaving any animal unattended is very dangerous!
You’ll now find us at 1119 Park Avenue, Cranston, where we will happily accept donations and will work with any East http://www.cialisgeneriquefr24.com/tadalafil-does-it-work/ Greenwich resident who needs to surrender a cat or dog. Please note that all EGAPL adopters are asked to enter through the back door. We’re looking forward to working with Dr. Courtney Rebensdorf and her staff for the next few months!
We are still finalizing our new Open Adoption Hours schedule, but you can contact our Adoption Coordinators to schedule an appointment in the meantime. Please check back on this site, on our Facebook page, or call our new phone number, 401-943-6333, for updates.
Sadly, we still haven’t found our forever home yet! EGAPL still needs a permanent location and we can only achieve our goal with your help. Donations in any amount to our GoFundMe account to purchase a building are greatly needed and appreciated!
Thank you for your continued support – we’ll see you