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November 12, 2019
On December 3, ARL will participate in #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving back to the charities nearest and dearest to our hearts. To celebrate this day of giving, our Board of Directors, past Board members, and President, have teamed up to offer a special challenge: Raise $120,000 and they will match it! Our match goal is especially meaningful – this year we are marking the 120th anniversary of the founding of ARL. As we look ahead to the next 120 years, your generosity and kindness will ensure that ARL remains an unwavering champion for animals in need. Make your gift
Press Release: ARL Removes 80 Animals from Overcrowding Situations
November 8, 2019
Cats and Kittens Found Living in Deplorable Conditions Over the past two weeks, the Animal Rescue League of Boston’s (ARL) Law Enforcement and Field Services Departments have removed 80 cats and kittens from two different overcrowding situations in Bristol and Plymouth Counties. For local press coverage click here! These cases highlight the importance of recognizing the signs of hoarding, seeking help when overwhelmed, and having pets spayed and neutered. These are on-going issues across the Commonwealth and ARL believes it’s important for the public to be aware and to take action. The most recent incident happened along the South Shore,
Abandoned Pitbull to Undergo Complex Heart Procedure
November 4, 2019
Starved, abandoned, and now facing a complex heart procedure. For Gunner, this nine-month-old Pitbull-type dog has already had to overcome many things in his young life and his upcoming surgery will be his biggest challenge. Gunner suffers from Pulmonic Stenosis – a genetic heart defect that restricts blood flow from the heart to the lungs. Since coming to the Animal Rescue League of Boston (ARL) in September after being found abandoned on a rural road in Bellingham, shelter veterinary staff have conducted exams, diagnostic testing, external consults – all in an effort to decide the best course of action. ARL
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