Animal Lifeline Corporation, Inc. in Bellmore, NY is a non-profit, tax deductible, tax exempt, 501(c)3 animal rescue incorporated in 1977 for the purpose of aiding the animals in our area. Our mission is to save and home as many cats and dogs as possible.
We have no ties with any other animal rescue using the same name or a similar name in New York State or anywhere else.
- Animal Lifeline Corp., Inc rescues cats and dogs from the streets and fosters them until homes can be found. We are dedicated to the humane trapping, spay/neutering, and rehabilitation of local stray cats and dogs.
- We are very active with our TNR program. After trapping and vetting (which includes spay/neutering, checking for diseases, and other medical care), some ferals will always remain feral. These animals are returned to their original sites and fed and monitored. By curtailing the breeding cycles, we help to reduce the appalling number of strays killed in local shelters.
- When orphaned newborns are rescued, they are nursed, nurtured, and put up for adoption.
- We loan out kitten cages and offer bottle feeding and adoption how-to's. (See our Links page on raising kittens - *website in progress)
- We have no "shelter" and do not take animals who are no longer welcome in their homes for reasons of allergies, new family arrivals, or behavioral problems. Instead, we offer advice on how to solve these issues.
- We never take any animals to a "kill" shelter and discourage people from resorting to such "solutions."
DONATIONS can be mailed to
Animal Lifeline Corp., Inc.
P.O. Box 1034
Bellmore, NY 11710
100% of all donations go towards our huge vet bills and feeding the animals.
- We are also in need of cat and dog food and general pet supplies. These items can be ordered online and shipped to us from Amazon or from any of the pet supply websites. If you can help the animals with this gift, please contact us for our street address for shipment.
- We are in desperate need of more fosters. The more fosters we have, the more animals we can rescue.
- If you are local, give a cat or dog in our foster care a second chance by adopting. Giving an animal a home not only helps that animal, but it gives our fosters the room to house a new animal.
- SPAY and NEUTER your pets.