Caring for homeless animals like Minnie the Chihuahua(above) and Woody(below) and finding them new homes is very rewarding work. But the costs of maintaining a facility that meets the needs of these animals are enormous. The Animal Protection Center of Southeastern Massachusetts is a registered 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization. We receive no federal or local funding. Donations from animal loving individuals are the only way we can hope to pay the costs of caring for almost 2,500 animals annually.

As just an example of what is done with your donation:

  • Vaccinations and other routine care for the animals cost $25,000 annually.
  • Heating and electricity are essential for maintaining the comfort of the animals in our care. Monthly utilities run around $3,000.
  • A month’s supply of cat litter is $262.
  • Enough timothy hay for our small animals to last a month costs $65


Without this organization, 2,500 animals in the area will be left with no where to go each year. We need your help to continue. Please consider contributing to the Animal Protection Center of Southeastern MA.


Donations can be made online (we’ve raised almost $500 through ChipIn so far!):

Mail or drop off a donation at the shelter:

Animal Protection Center of Southeastern MA

1300 West Elm Street Ext

Brockton, MA 02301


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