There is a “pet” food pantry now serving greater Mercer County, NJ.
Phone: 609-937-5744
You can apply on line at:
You can ‘like’ them on facebook.

There is a new service in the area started by two of our members (Gina and James).
PET FAN (Professional Experienced Technicians Fulfilling Animals’ Needs).
They are providing in-home services such as medication administration, fluid therapy, nail trims, etc.
and Pet Sitting, especially for pets with health issues.  You can reach them at:

The indicated prices are for feral cats only. Please call the provider for current pricing and for pets.

  • Friends of Animals – 800-321-7387 (statewide) $51/65 (does not include shots or eartip).
  • SPAY/USA – 800-248-SPAY (statewide)
  • NJ Animal Population Control Program – Contact NJ Dept. of Health and Senior Services at 609-588-3121 or visit their website at for details and participating vets. [$10 if you receive public assistance or $20 for all residents if the cat or dog was adopted from a shelter or registered non-profit.]
  • People for Animals – Robbinsville clinic is opening in 2011.
  • East Coast NJ Spay Clinic – 732-929-9449 (located in Toms River) $85/95, price may be less for recognized rescue organizations.
  • Ace of Spays – 609-654-2921 (southern NJ) $55/$75 (includes rabies shot)
  • Forgotten Cats – 302-429-0124 (Claymont, Delaware) or 302-223-6565 (Willow Grove, Pa.) $35 for feral cats.
  • McSNIP at CatTail Farm (Pennington, NJ) 609-737-6393. Pricing available at

Sick / Injured WILDLIFE

Contact information for sick or injured wildlife:

1. The Raptor Trust:

The Raptor Trust is one of the premier wild bird rehabilitation centers in the United States. The Raptor Trust website provides instructions on what to do for an injured bird. They have drop off access 24 hours a day. They are located in central New Jersey

1390 White Bridge Road Millington , NJ 07946
(908) 647-2353

2. Mercer County Wildlife Center, Lambertville

1750 River Road, Lambertville, NJ 08530

If you find an animal in distress, please call us at (609) 883-6606 and press 2. The animal may not actually need assistance and removing it from its environment may cause more harm. We will help you decide whether the animal needs care and, if necessary, ask you to bring it to the Center.

Before bringing an animal to us for treatment, please keep it warm and quiet. Handle it as little as possible and keep it away from pets and children. Do not feed the animal or force it to drink water! Any attempt to offer food or water may not be in the best interest of the animal and may actually, in fact, cause harm.

Bringing Patients to the Center

The Mercer County Wildlife Center cares for more than 2,300 animals a year – this keeps us very busy! Therefore, we are not equipped to provide a pick-up service for patients. If an animal needs care, we will tell you how to handle and transport the animal safely or make a referral.


We accept patients for treatment seven days a week.

Our hours are seasonal:

May through September
9:00 am to 6:00 pm

October through April
9:00 am to 4:00 pm