Resources

Ark Animal Hospital is the official veterinary hospital of Keller's Kats Rescue, Inc.Dr Seidel and her staff provide care for all of our rescued animals. Located at 35 Finn Rd Henrietta Ark Animal Hospital also serves as a urgent care facility with extended hours. The staff are knowledgeable and compassionate. 

Kitten Around Cat Boarding  we know how cat lover's feel about their "fur-babies" because we are cat lover's too. Pet parents need to have confidence in their cat's caregiver when they are away. We provide them with that confidence by maintaining a quiet, clean, comfortable facility where they can be assured their cat will receive love, attention and any medications they may need. 24/7 monitoring of our guests and frequent updates to their owner's will have customers coming back again and again.

Lollypop Farm  Lollypop Farm, the Humane Society of Greater Rochester, has been helping animals and people since 1873. Support from the community enables nearly 100 staff members and more than 600 volunteers to care for around 10,000 homeless animals each year and makes possible a variety of programs to address issues that contribute to the surrender of unwanted animals. As an open-admission organization, we accept every animal in need of help

Rochester Animal Services  provides information, assistance, and pet re-homing for the Rochester community to support pet retention and encourage compliance in order to help people and animals.

Habitat for Cats  Originally founded to build huts/shelters (a.k.a. "habitats") for feral cats, Habitat for Cats was established in 1999 to help relieve the suffering of feral and homeless cats, who have been called "the most neglected animal in the animal humane network." Our focus now is to reduce cat overpopulation by implementing a trap-neuter-return [TNR] program and to educate the public on the benefits of this non-lethal method of population control.

Rochester Community Animal Clinic  Rochester Community Animal Clinic opened its doors to pet owners in the greater Rochester area in July 2013. Our goal is to offer pet owners the opportunity to provide care for their pets that they might not otherwise be able to afford. This walk-in veterinary clinic offers wellness and out-patient care services to all pet owners, regardless of their income level.

In the quest to reduce the unwanted pet population in the greater Rochester area, RCAC also provides high-quality spay/neuter surgery services to low-income pet owners who meet eligibility criteria

Friends of Animals Pet owners may  purchase a certificate for Friends of Animals that can be used for a routine spay or neuter surgery at any FoA's participating veterinary hospitals 

Rochester Hope For Pets  Established in 2008, we are a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization funded by the generosity of private donors. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for pets living in the greater Rochester, NY, area. We do this by:

  • Offering financial assistance toward veterinary care costs to pet owners during times of need

Dogs on Deployment, Make a Difference SUPPORT YOUR TROOPS and their pets. We believe in providing vital assistance to military pets owners while they serve our country with honor, courage, and commitment. Support. -Become a boarder to foster military pets of all kinds, donate & share our cause, volunteer locally and purchase our merchandise.Get Help. - Pet fostering is available nationwide for active duty, reservists, veterans, wounded warriors & their families. Find resources for your pet's care and attain financial assistance for emergency pet care for qualified members Sponsor. -Invest in our future success by becoming a national or local sponsor or partner with us.

Human Law Enforcement The Humane Law Enforcement Department at Lollypop Farm plays a critical role in addressing cruelty to animals in our community. Our organization maintains an SPCA designation and is charged with investigating and enforcing the animal cruelty laws of New York State. With five animal cruelty investigators, the law enforcement department receives no government or agency funding.

Signs of Animal Abuse:

  • Dogs left outside without food, water, or shelter
  • Sick or injured pet that has not been treated
  • Unsanitary living conditions
  • Hoarding numerous animals
  • Animals left alone in a car during extreme weather

TO REPORT SUSPECTED ANIMAL CRUELTY, CALL OUR ANIMAL CRUELTY HOTLINE: (585) 223-6500.