I’ve always preferred special needs pets, whether by nature or nurture. From the time I was born, my parents had a deaf cat, and when Lancelot passed unexpectedly, a blind dog joined our home. Over the years, more special needs pets came to our family: Josie the limping arthritic cat,
Were you late to the party? June was Adopt-a-Shelter-Cat Month, and we’d like to keep the momentum going into July! We have many adoptable kittens and several young adult felines hoping to find their forever homes this summer. Stop by our Adoption Hours every Saturday to meet our foster kittens,
May is a month of pure joy in Rhode Island, bringing us beautiful flowers, a celebration of motherhood, and a long weekend to herald the start of warm, long days. It’s the perfect time to drop by EGAPL and meet a tadalafil does it work new walking buddy! But if
What a difference a year makes! On viagra sans ordonnance April 1, 2015, the East Greenwich Animal Hospital closed abruptly, leaving EGAPL without a home. Thanks to generous public support and news coverage, we were able to negotiate a deal with the hospital owners to rent the building (visit our
We’re winding up the warmest winter on record here in Rhode Island! While we humans enjoyed a winter (mostly) free http://www.viagragenericoes24.com/compuesto-viagra of shoveling, warmer-than-average temperatures brought an early mating season for our feline friends. Typically, “kitten season” begins in April and ends around October. However, this year we received stray
It’s a new year and there are still many animals in need of our help every day! We’re happy to have help this year from our friends at the Brandi Project. The Brandi Project is a non-profit organization raising funds for homeless animals, which includes supporting local rescues like EGAPL!
2015 was a year full of surprise, heartbreak and happy endings for the East Greenwich Animal Protection League. Now that 2016 is beginning, we look back on a year not to forget! The Frozen Puppies Beautiful Terrier mom Ari gave birth to five puppies in January in time for their
We’re just a few days away from Christmas, and some generous supporters have included our animals on their holiday shopping lists. Donations are always appreciated and will make Christmas a little brighter for our cats and dogs who sadly won’t be home for the holidays this year. You can help