We are a Not-for-profit corporation in New York State & a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in April 2013. Donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Tax ID #: 46-2371384. NYS registered rescue/shelter #RR429
Our mission is simple. We support animals and the people who love them when they need it the most. We assist shelter, abused, and neglected animals in finding their purpose in life through rehabilitation and training. We help the people who care about them when they need us whenever we can.
We believe in helping cats and dogs get a second chance in life. Through their interactions with people they can bring hope to others. Our goal is always to help animals and the people who love them. There is always hope.... all is not lost. One at a time, we strive to make a difference. The Beatles were right "Love is all you need."
Our goal is to create programs designed to benefit both people and animals in their daily life interactions. We believe both human and animal alike deserve assistance and a second chance.
We strive to be a resource for rescue groups by providing assistance, training, and education to their members and rescue volunteers. It takes a village, and nobody can do it alone.
If you are looking for a pet, shoot us an email at email@example.com and we will help you find the right match for your family, because that is what rescue really is.
Rescue is about making families, helpin families and healing hearts.
Foster. Rehabilitate. Train.
Luna's House is is designed to benefit both people and animals in their daily life interactions. We believe both human and animal alike deserve assistance and a second chance.
The center is located in East Patchogue, NY and is 2500 sq ft. Cats and Dogs are not kept in cages, they live in an open environment. We have special need adults come visit and work with the cats, we train our therapy animals there, and we use the space to rehabilite abused, neglected, and shelter animals.
Luna's House is funded by general donations, sponsorships, our members personal funds, adoption fees, and grants.
On any given day, approximately 90 adult cats reside at our center at various stages of rehabilitation. We presently have 41 sanctuary cats and 46 cats over 6 months waiting for adoption. Always ask if we have any kittens.
We do not cage, they are free roaming. The only time they are confined to cat towers is for medical or training purposes.