The Monmouth County SPCA (MCSPCA) was called to assist with a hoarding case reaching TRIPLE digits. Here's how you can help:

The MCSPCA helped to remove animals from the squalor and bring them to safety. All of the dogs seem to have had limited human contact and minimal to no veterinary care.

So the MCSPCA is asking for your support to get them all vaccinated, de-wormed and microchipped along with any other additional medical care they'll need in the future including spay/neuter surgeries.


Some of the dogs are pregnant and have masses and infections so will most definitely need extra care. Here's what you can do to help these sweet dogs:

Donate: The MCSPCA is in need of monetary donations in order to provide vaccinations, microchips, spay/neuter surgeries, food, shelter and general compassionate care to the dogs they are currently housing.

PLEASE considering donating towards these dogs. You can donate directly through Facebook OR checks can be mailed to:
Hunterdon Case
260 Wall Street
Eatontown NJ 07724

Shelter items needed: With the influx of dogs taken into the shelter, the MCSPCA in Eatontown is in need of blankets, towels, sheets, dog toys, paper towels, cleaning supplies and dog food/treats. Donations can be dropped off at the Eatonton shelter or you can utilize the Amazon Wish List here:

Foster: Foster homes are needed for several of the dogs they are housing. Dogs,  especially in cases like this, have a much easier time adjusting to their new surroundings in a home environment rather than in a shelter. If you are able to foster a dog, please email

Adopt: These dogs are not currently up for adoption and we do not have information on when they will be. The dogs will need time to decompress, need to be medically cleared, spayed/neutered, and assessed behaviorally before they will be ready to meet potential adopters. With the amount of dogs they currently have, it may take 2-3 weeks before the dogs are available.


In the meantime, PLEASE REMEMBER that the MCSPCA has PLENTY of dogs and cats waiting patiently at their shelter already for their homes!

The MCSPCA says "Thank you for helping us fulfill our mission to advocate for those who cannot speak for themselves."

For more on the MCSPCA, CLICK HERE.

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