MADISON, NJ - The Madison animal shelter remains open during the COVID-19 pandemic. The shelter is urging community members to help shelter animals in need through fostering or adopting.

The shelter continues their disinfecting protocols and measures to ensure the safety of the animals, staff, volunteers and potential adopters. 

 “It’s critical that we get pets out of the shelter and into homes at this time so we’ll be prepared to welcome the at-risk pets who are going to need us later,” said Becky Burton, St. Hubert’s Director of Operations. “If you’ve been considering adopting and are working or schooling at home now, it’s the perfect time. And best of all, you don’t need to observe social distancing with a pet!”

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Adopters can name their own adoption fees when choosing pets from its shelter in Madison. Potential adopters can preview the pets at www.sthuberts.org/animals-available-for-adoption. All animals available for adoption are currently housed at the 575 Woodland Avenue in Madison.

St. Hubert’s provides fast tracked online training to potential fosters and all supplies needed to be a successful foster parent will be included.   For more information about fostering and to fill out an application please visit https://www.sthuberts.org/foster-a-pet or email our foster care manager at svalentin@sthuberts.org

The shelters in North Branch and Ledgewood are temporarily closed.

 “Being able to continue our life-saving efforts is essential,” said Michelle Thevenin, Chief Operating Officer at St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center. “We evaluate and make necessary adjustments daily in our processes to protect staff and the public.”

Those who cannot adopt or foster can help St. Hubert’s during this time by making a gift of any size at www.sthuberts.org/donate.