The North Shore Animal League on Long Island has a special place in our family’s heart. It is the no-kill shelter that we met our beloved Oliver in. Oliver was rescued from a puppy mill at the age of 6 or 7. North Shore freed him. Before Northshore got to him, he lived those years in a cage with no name. For the 6 years we had him in our home he only could walk in circles to the left because the small cage he was in trained him to do only that. He never learned to walk up stairs or jump up on the couch. He was almost completely blind and deaf.
For six years Gina cared for him like he was a nine-month old human - unable to care for himself. Ollie went everywhere with us. He really couldn’t be left along. Ollie transitioned in February of 2018. He had made a huge impact on our family and everyone who met him. He now leaves a really big hole in our hearts. This page serves as a memorial to Oliver.
We have such gratitude for everyone who works at North Shore animal league. Words are not enough to thank you for what you do every day for animals everywhere.
Please make a donation so other animals don't have to live a life in a cage like Oliver had to endure. Every dollar is greatly appreciated!