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Animal Welfare Association

Contact Information

Animal Welfare Association

856-424-2288 Ext 105

Pet Food Banks: Pet Food Pantry Program assists the community in providing temporary nutritional needs for those struggling with feeding their companion animals. This is an effort to avoid the difficult decision in surrendering a companion animal. For questions phone: 856-424-2288 ext. 119 or email Christian Snyder at [email protected]

Services Offered: Spay/Neuter Veterinary Care

Community Cat Policies: Feral cats must be brought into the clinic in a feral trap with a towel over the trap for safety.

Other Info: For just $20, we will provide spay/neuter surgery, rabies and FVRCP vaccination, and ear tip for identification. Due to high demand, please schedule your appointment before you trap. Cats must be in a lined trap covered with a sheet or towel. Please email [email protected] or call 856-424-2288, ext 116 with questions or appointment requests.

County: Camden