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Gloucester County

 

Mission Statement:

To ensure that all animals rescued and impounded by the Gloucester County CART in the event of a catastrophic or man-made event are cared for safe and humanely until such animals are reclaimed or adopted by a new owner.

Gloucester County Office of Emergency Management

Gloucester County CART Contact:
Gloucester County Animal Shelter
1200 North Delsea Drive
Clayton, NJ 08312
Phone: 856-881-2828
http://www.gloucestercountynj.gov

Gloucester County OEM Contact:
Gloucester County Office of Emergency Management Coordinator
Dennis McNulty
1200 North Delsea Drive
Clayton, NJ 08312
Phone: 856-307-7100
Email: dmcnulty@co.gloucester.nj.us

Deputy Coordinator: Jack DeAngelo;

jdeangelo@co.gloucester.nj.us
Work Cell: 856-625-8850

Deputy Coordinator: Chuck Murtaugh
cmurtaugh@co.gloucester.nj.us
Work Cell: 856-812-8161

Gloucester CART Contacts:
William A. Lombardi - CART Director
Owen G. Sturm - Co-Director
Mark Tourscher – CART ACO
Judy Hibbs - Volunteer Coordinator
Candice Appice – Rescue Coordinator
Dr. Robert Harris – CART Veterinarian

Ways for volunteers to get involved:

Contact our Volunteer Coordinator at 856-881-2828 and ask for Judy Hibbs, or check out our Volunteer webpage www.gloucestercountynj.gov and search for Animal Shelter

Or Like Us on Facebook:

Follow https://www.facebook.com/GloucesterCountyAnimalShelter/ then like our page.

Any planned events or activities are posted. Several National Night Outs throughout the year.

 

Gloucester County Animal Shelter handles all Animal Control and Care in all of our 24 Municipalities and has 28 Fulltime employees and 1 Part time and 75 – 100 Volunteers. All paid employees are Essential Personnel. We are deployed by our Gloucester County OEM Department.

 

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