“This is truly the most aggressive and sincere effort to ensure that older pets have forever homes! These older pets are unfortunately always the last to have homes, if at all. So this what the ARF does is truly a blessing. And linking that with the loved one Betty White, is a match made in salvage heaven!” Jill Rappaport.
“Senior pets in shelters have so much love to give, and we hope Betty White would be proud of our efforts to return these animals to the homes they deserve,” says Scott Howe, ARF Executive Director and CEO.
Matt Bershadker, the President and CEO of the ASPCA declares:
“At Betty White’s lifelong commitment to helping animals in need continues to inspire us all, and we proudly support a longtime animal advocate Jill Rappaport and Animal Rescue Fund’s campaign to remove adoption fees for senior pets, which bring love and loyalty to families in unique and meaningful ways… It’s a wonderful way to extend the legacy of compassion to help even more vulnerable dogs and cats find safety in loving homes. “
For more information and to see all of ARF’s adoptable seniors, go to
Founded in 1974, the ARF is a leading animal rescue and adoption center on Long Island, helping abandoned cats and dogs locally and in communities across the country and around the world. In addition to its rescue and adoption program, the ARF operates a pet food pantry, free vaccination clinics, and free spaying/neutering clinics for feral cats.
While the ARF Adoption Center is under construction, in-person adoptions are taking place at the ARF Thrift & Treasure Shop, 17 Poxabogue Lane in Sagaponak, Thursday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.. Begin the adoption process by completing an online application.
SOURCE Hamptons Animal Rescue Fund