CONTACT ASL: 585.342.6099
Promoting Responsible Pet Ownership Since 1957
 
OUR WISH LIST
The Animal Service League is in constant need of items that aid in the care of our precious animals.
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Save a life and rescue an animal! Let the Animal Service League help you find your next furry forever friend.
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STARS OF THE WEEK
MOSES

Moses is a handsome guy, who has been waiting patiently for a home for awhile. Moses is shy upon first meetings and will need a less active home without small children where is true shy personality can blossom. He does well with other cats and was once living with dogs. 
HARPO
Harpo is dressed in her Halloween best! Just retired from being a mom to her litter of 4 kittens, Harpo is ready to settle in to a nice home of her own to rest and relax. She is calm, gentle, quiet and sweet. She is petite and likes other kitties and people. She will make your Halloween magical!
HOPE
Hope is a petite, dilute calico female. She is a young adult. Hope takes a little time to adjust to new people, but when she is comfortable, she will sit on your lap and loves to be pet on the head, which makes her purr loud. Hope was rescued from outside and now craves a warm, safe indoor home. Her favorite thing to do is to gaze out a window.
SNOWBALL

Snowball is about 2 years old. She is the last of her litter of 7 still waiting for a forever home. Snowball is shy upon first greeting, but once she warms up, she will be a great friend! Snowball is very chatty, and likes attention and to be pet. She is great with other cats. She has bright green eyes and is solid white. She has no hearing issues.


 

 


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The Animal Service League, Inc.
10 Dubelbeiss Lane
Rochester, New York 14622

p: 585.342.6099
e: info@animalserviceleagueny.org
OUR MISSION
Encourage the spaying/neutering of domestic animals at the earliest appropriate age as a means of reducing their overpopulation.

Promote services for domestic animals in need, to increase the likelihood of healthy, lifelong relationships between pets and guardians.
 
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