Long Island Animal Rescue Group
Forgotten Friends of Long Island is an animal rescue group that is proudly dedicated to the rescue of companion animals. These are animals that have been in municipal shelters for an extended period of time and/or overlooked by both the general public and rescues. Sadly, and through no fault of their own, these animals are homeless. Many waiting patiently to be euthanized. Forgotten Friends will also intervene, whenever possible, to rescue animals in dire need of immediate attention. We are home to many wonderful Long Island rescue animals. So please, give us a call today for more information about adoption. The number for our office is 1-516-719-0808. When you call, we can provide you with all of the necessary details on how to adopt.
A Long Island Non-Profit Animal Rescue Group
Forgotten Friends of Long Island is a 501c3 non-profit volunteer organization. We are an organization that is dedicated to the rescue of companion animals that have been left in municipal shelters across Long Island. These are cats and dogs that have been left for an extended period of time. Many were simply overlooked by both the general public and other rescue groups, but not by us! Forgotten Friends has no paid staff, so every dollar we raise is used to provide quality medical attention and rehabilitation for the rescue animals that are in our care. We often have events to help raise money. Please check out our Facebook page to follow along.
Call For More Information
Forgotten Friends of Long Island is an trusted animal rescue group for the community. We are a 501c3 organization and our aim is to find a home in for our beloved rescue animals. If you would like more information about what we do as an animal rescue group, please contact us today. The number to call is 1-516-719.0808. We will answer any questions or concerns you may have about our process and the animals we have for you. We have been servicing people across Long Island for years and proudly find great homes for all of the rescue animals at our shelter.