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As a cat owner, you should discuss with your vet the vaccine schedule that will be best for your pet.
No trapping is done on holidays or weekends. This service only available to towns that contract with Bergen County Animal Control.
It is your responsibility to watch the trap and notify Animal Control when an animal is in the trap. The trap is to be closed at 4:30 pm unless you are attempting to trap a skunk, raccoon or opossum. For more information, call Animal Control at 201-229-4616.
Cats adopted from our shelter are covered by the 2-week medical care guarantee for treatment. When a cat can't smell because its nose is stuffy, it often won't eat. This can be very serious in a young kitten. It is critical to see a vet immediately if a young kitten stops eating.
Feral cats brought to the shelter are housed here for a period of 7 days. During that 7 days, behavioral assessements are performed to determine if the cat is a candidate for adoption. If the cat has a serious, untreatable or zoonotic disease and/or is unable to be handled without risk to humans and there is no managed colony to return the cat to, sadly the cat must be euthanized.
We almost always have rabbits available for adoption at the shelter. They must be spayed or neutered before leaving the shelter.
In addition, if you intend to rely on expert testimony at your hearing, you must supply one copy of an appraisal report to the assessor, and one copy to every member of the County Tax Board and Tax Administrator at least 7 days in advance of the scheduled hearing. The appraiser who completed the report must be available at the hearing to give testimony and to afford the municipality and Tax Board an opportunity to cross-examine the witness.
Once your Application has been approved by the county clerk's office, and the ballot has been mailed out to you, you will not be permitted to vote at your polling location for that election. More information