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Erie Animal Network was founded in 2011 as a place for concerned citizens in Erie County and surrounding areas to come together to help local animals in need. Since our inception and volunteer-lead, we have helped thousands of lost & found pets get back home, using grass roots networking on a local level, or have worked together with other local organizations to find resources for stray/abandoned pets. We are a 501(c)(3) charitable organization and are maintained by a small group of dedicated volunteers (approximately 10) who administer the Facebook page, provide foster homes for cats in need, assist with TNR projects, as well as transportation for vet care, pet food distribution and event and storefront staffing.
Programs and Services
Raising awareness about animal abandonment.
Spreading the word about found animals on a community, grass roots level so that found animals can have help until a permanent arrangement can be found.
Providing resources/information on feral cat care as a 'feral friend' of Alley Cat Allies (A non-profit specializing in feral cat care)
Providing a pet food bank (launched in February 2012) to Erie County families in need with pet food and supplies, with a goal of reducing animal abandonment/owner surrender, and allowing more pets to stay in their homes.
We also provide community/educational classes regarding important pet-related topics.
We want to promote compassion and resources for animals who are found alone, abandoned or stray.
Send an email | (814) 790-5531