Tri-Boro Animal Welfare

Our Adoptable Pets

No matter how large or small, every donation makes a difference.
Click here to see our DOGS Click here to see our CATS

Please note, all pet information is kept very current.

BECOME A GUARDIAN ANGEL! If you're an animal lover, there's no doubt that your heart goes out to all the homeless animals that reside in shelters everywhere. Unfortunately, it's simply not possible for one person to give them all a loving home. But, you can make a positive difference on a daily basis by becoming a Tri-Boro Animal Welfare Guardian Angel. Click here to learn more about becoming a Guardian Angel.

VOLUNTEERS ARE ALWAYS NEEDED! Can you spare some time each week and are 18 years of age or older? If yes, please email us at or call us at 973-831-5555 regarding walking dogs or playing with the cats.

We have regularly scheduled pet adoptions every Sunday from 11 am to 1 pm at our shelter:

Butler Shelter, located at 12 Belleview Ave., (corner of Belleview and Boonton Ave) in Butler
Map to our Butler shelter
To see animals during another day or time, please call or e-mail us for an appointment.

  • We can be reached by phone at 973-831-5555. This is our voice mail and calls are picked up at least once a day. We will call you back as quickly as possible.

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  • Mail us at the following address:

    Tri-Boro Animal Welfare
    P.O. Box 171
    Butler, NJ 07405

    WHO WE ARE ....
    Tri-Boro Animal Welfare is a private, non-profit, all-volunteer animal adoption organization. It was started in 1974 and serves the borough of Butler and surrounding communities in Morris and northern Passaic counties. We operate a small shelter in Butler. We pride ourselves on the personal care we give each animal. All cats have their rabies shots, distemper shot and are tested for feline leukemia (FeLV) and feline aids (FIV). Dogs have their rabies shots, distemper shots, are heart worm tested, given dewormer, and most are microchipped. All animals over 6 months old are spayed or neutered.
    Tri-Boro Animal Welfare relies 100% on donations to care for all animals.
    All proceeds go directly to animal care. Please visit our Fundraisers and "How to Help" page for more information.

    VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: Click here for more Info
    We are always looking for new volunteers to help us care for our cats and dogs. If you can spare an hour a week to help cuddle our cats, walk our dogs, take an animal to the vet, etc. call or e-mail us.

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