Animal Control Services
Feeding a Stray? Neuter or Spay!
St. Hubert's also offers low-cost vouchers for spay/neuter services, animal vaccinations, microchips and mandatory eartips. Left unaltered, free-roaming cats continue to reproduce creating more homeless kittens. Once spayed/neutered, vaccinated and eartipped, these community cats can remain where they are and live out their lives as healthy cats without adding to the homeless cat population. Vouchers can be purchased at St. Hubert's Madison (973) 377-2295 or North Branch (908) 526-3330 locations.
Questions about Wildlife in Your Backyard or Neighborhood
Wildlifehelp.org is a useful resource for anyone having issues with wild animals. It is organized by situation as well as species.
The NJ Division of Fish & Wildlife also has information regarding specific species including:
For direct assistance call Fish & Wildlife at (908) 735-8793.