Animal Welfare Assn

★★★★☆
  • 509 Centennial Blvd

    Voorhees, NJ 08043

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  • 856-424-2288

About Animal Welfare Assn

Categories
  • Non-Profit Organizations
  • Animal Shelters
  • Humane Societies
  • Pet Services
  • Veterinary Services
  • Veterinarians

Pets & Animals

Pets & Animals
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I adopted an animal here one year ago and had a great experience. The staff was frindly and educated. However, I went to the shelter one month ago and it was a horrible experience. They had new staff who were in their early 20's and really had no idea what they were doing. they were not helpful and one lady was actually rude to my family. I do not recommend this place.

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I adopted an animal here one year ago and had a great experience. The staff was frindly and educated. However, I went to the shelter one month ago and it was a horrible experience. They had new staff who were in their early 20's and really had no idea what they were doing. they were not helpful and one lady was actually rude to my family. I do not recommend this place.

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This is great place to adopt a pet. The staff is very helpful and wants to see the animals find the right homes. There are many fundraisers during the year.

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This is great place to adopt a pet. The staff is very helpful and wants to see the animals find the right homes. There are many fundraisers during the year.

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I had a wonderful experience dealing with caring Doctor and staff. I have had many pets spayed and neutered through this helpful program. I would recommend for everyone to use them.

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I had a wonderful experience dealing with caring Doctor and staff. I have had many pets spayed and neutered through this helpful program. I would recommend for everyone to use them.

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Although we found out we can no longer have cats or dogs due to allergies we always donate food- $ - towels sheets and other such items to this association .
It has a no - kill policy and the workers are so devoted you want tod o all you can do to help .
They do charge what some people consider to be some hefty fees to people dropping off pets but people have to take more seriosuly the fact that they took on something big when they purchased that animal and that it is not something that can just be tossed aside and all that money goes to help feed and shelter the animal .,

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Although we found out we can no longer have cats or dogs due to allergies we always donate food- $ - towels sheets and other such items to this association .
It has a no - kill policy and the workers are so devoted you want tod o all you can do to help .
They do charge what some people consider to be some hefty fees to people dropping off pets but people have to take more seriosuly the fact that they took on something big when they purchased that animal and that it is not something that can just be tossed aside and all that money goes to help feed and shelter the animal .,

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We found a cat in our backyard that was clearly an indoor cat at one time. It had long fur, no claws, and beautiful. I suspected someone got rid of it because it had a biting problem.

I'll make a long story short to say that no one would pick him up and there was no where else to take him that I could find except the AWA.

I took it to the AWA in Vorhees where they don't euthanise the animals unless they are not adoptable. That means an adult cat can be there a looong time, but it was better than living in the snow in my back yard. So they charged me $75 and I dropped him off. I think they charged me less because I had him checked out by the vet. They will not take strays here, only animal that are surrendered by their owners.

Seemed like a decent enough place. When we dropped him off there was a girl working in the cat room handling the cats to keep them sociable.

When I get another cat I would like to adopt one from there because I can find out it's history.

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We found a cat in our backyard that was clearly an indoor cat at one time. It had long fur, no claws, and beautiful. I suspected someone got rid of it because it had a biting problem.

I'll make a long story short to say that no one would pick him up and there was no where else to take him that I could find except the AWA.

I took it to the AWA in Vorhees where they don't euthanise the animals unless they are not adoptable. That means an adult cat can be there a looong time, but it was better than living in the snow in my back yard. So they charged me $75 and I dropped him off. I think they charged me less because I had him checked out by the vet. They will not take strays here, only animal that are surrendered by their owners.

Seemed like a decent enough place. When we dropped him off there was a girl working in the cat room handling the cats to keep them sociable.

When I get another cat I would like to adopt one from there because I can find out it's history.

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