|Please visit kimberdesigns.spreadshirt.com to order an East Greenwich Animal Protection League shirt! Kimber was adopted from EGAPL as a puppy in 2012 and now, with the help of his dad, he is donating all the proceeds from sales of his shirts to the animals at EGAPL.
You can also find Kimber Designs on facebook.com/kimberdesigns.
|We are very grateful to Marlena Davis, professional photographer, for donating her photos - and her time - free of charge. Her quality pictures can be spotted on this site, and have already improved the adoption chances of our cats and dogs! You can visit Pix by Marlena on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/PixByMarlena to view her photos, and help us support Marlena in return by asking about her services.|
Click HERE to see videos of some of the potential adoptees!
| To see our CATS and DOGS come to our
EVERY SUNDAY OPEN HOUSE
Time: 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m
There will no adoptions after 1:00 p.m.
We pay to board our animals at the Greenwich Bay Animal Hospital, 5732 Post Road, East Greenwich, R.I.
Click HERE for detailed directions.
Do not call Greenwich Bay Animal Hospital about the animals as only the East Greenwich Animal Protection has all the information and requirements.
Are at 6:00pm at the East Greenwich Police Station (on the second Thursday of each month, with the exception of meetings to be held on May 2, 2013 and June 6, 2013, due to the Main Street Stroll schedule).
- To find suitable placement for all unclaimed stray adoptable cats and dogs, after updating them on necessary shots and providing spaying and neutering as needed.
- To provide placement for pets that can no longer be maintained by their owners.
- To keep the cats and dogs in a private animal shelter until they are adopted.
- To educate people regarding responsible pet ownership.
- Adoptable: Any cat or dog that is not dangerously aggressive or suffering from an insurmountable illness.
- East Greenwich Pets: Animals picked up by the E.G. Animal Control Officer and not reclaimed after the allotted time period. Animals owned by people residing in East Greenwich that are left homeless by death or hospitalization of the owner.
- Educate: Teaching children and adults the importance of veterinary care and the necessity of neutering all pets that are not used for breeding. This can be done through interaction with the elementary schools and by answering questions through phone service.
- Placement: Matching available pets with prospective owners. The philosophy of EGAPL is to find homes for cats and dogs where they will feel secure