Spotlight Rescue of the Month: HAAL

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About:

The Homeless Animal Adoption League (HAAL) was originally formed as the East Orange Animal League in 1989 by citizens concerned about conditions in the East Orange Pound.

The league was incorporated as the Homeless Animal Adoption League in 1995. When the East Orange pound closed, the league set up temporary residence in Bloomfield to find homes for the remaining East Orange cats. That temporary residence has become a home for homeless, abandoned, and abused cats for the past 17+ years.

“We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit animal welfare organization.
100% of all donations are deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law.
100% of all donations go directly toward the animals under our care.
We are an all volunteer group – we do not have any paid staff members.”

Their Work:

All cats up for adoption have their vaccinations, including Rabies, if over four months old. Cats are also tested for FIV (Feline AIDS) and FeLV (Feline Leukemia) and if of appropriate age, are spayed and neutered.

Most importantly our cats are showered with love and allowed out of their cages to run free and socialize with both their feline and human friends. They are also visited several times a week by two friendly canines so that they can get used to their doggy friends as well.

Their Needs:

  • Volunteers
  • Monetary Donations
  • Toys
  • Blankets
  • Habitats
  • Enrichment Activities

For more ways to help, click HERE!


Check out some of the cuties that are available!

To find out more about how you can adopt click here!


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