Seer Farms: Keeping families together and animals safe.

Seer Farms, Inc. is a non-profit organization based in New Jersey that has a unique perspective on animals and their people, and how to keep them together as a family during difficult times.

Seer Farms provides extended emergency care for animals of families that have endured a natural disaster (hurricane, wildfire, etc.) or may otherwise need long-term care for pets because of health issues, foreclosures, domestic violence, or other life crises.

Seer Farms fills an important void in the intersection of human social services and animal welfare in New Jersey and throughout the country. In addition to animal care, Seer Farms provides resources and support that enable the family to recover from their crisis and become self-sufficient, as well as pre-crisis planning for families with animals to help them mitigate the impact of the crisis on their pets.

Recent news: 
The media is reporting that the SPCA has issued charges against the Seer Farms’ Executive Director in conjunction with the June 2016 death of a dog placed at Seer Farms in March, 2016.  That dog, and the dog that accompanied him, arrived in need of considerable veterinary care and Seer Farms’ expended hundreds of dollars in vet bills and pharmacological costs for treatment.  It is truly unfortunate that these dogs passed away, but their deaths were not caused by Seer Farms.  

Seer Farms has been able to care for more than 2000 animals whose families have faced devastating life crises.  The animals placed with us often have significant health issues that are a result of the crises that initiated their placement.   We know how devastating the loss of a pet can be, which is why we are committed to doing everything we can to safeguard the animals in our care. 
 

Contact Seer Farms at info@seerfarms.org .


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Seer Farms has been helping pet-owning families in crisis for more than eight years. We have reunited 1,200 animals with their families. Today approximately 300 pets are in our care. Their families are facing domestic violence, cancer, heart disease, addiction, foreclosure, military service, and recovery from disasters like Superstorm Sandy and house fires. We are committed to caring for these animals until they can be reunited with their families if possible, or placed into adoptive or foster homes. To do so, we need your help. We must cover the cost of food, caretakers, a roof over their heads, heat and veterinary bills. The long winter months can be particularly difficult months to raise the money we need to keep our doors open and these animals cared for. We need your help. Please make a donation today. Help us continue to offer the service we do to the animals of families in crisis.

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 Thank you from all of us at Seer Farms.

 

 

 

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