Charles Henderson Animal Rescue
is located in Park Slope, Brooklyn
Charles Henderson Animal Rescue was founded in July 2012
Charles Henderson Animal Rescue is a approved 501c3 public charitable organization with the IRS & a New York State recognized not for profit corporation.
Charles Henderson Animal Rescue is an approved animal rescue shelter adoption center & humane society.
Charles Henderson Animal Rescue is proud to provide our dogs and cats with:
State of the art ventilated, heated and air conditioned spacious kennels that are easy to clean with access to food and water 24 hours a day.
Shor Line Cat Condos that allow cats to flourish and frolic with their feline friends freely.
Ongoing behavior enrichment and modification.
Socialization and recreation rejuvenation.
A proactive team of caring and compassionate caregivers and volunteers that work fastidiously and religiously to acquire new, awesome and amazing forever homes for these distressed, displaced animals.
Charles Henderson Animal Rescue
Open to the public 7 days a week, 12-7pm.
Charles Henderson Animal Rescue is closed on:
New Years Day, Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter, Labor & Memorial Day
CLICK ON THE YELLOW LINK BELOW TO MEET THE TEAM
The Unwanted, Discarded & Thrownaway Adoption Center
is named of out respect and honor as
The U.D.T. Adoption Center
in memory of all the NCDUs, Frogmen, UDTs and SEAL Team gentlemen
who have served and sacrificed for our country.
The UDT Adoption Center is a NO KILL shelter
that houses dogs, cats, puppies and kittens until the animal is adopted out to their new, permanent, forever home.
Charles Henderson Animal Rescue is proud to announce the grand opening of
The UDT Adoption Center,
a 3000-square-foot, state-of-the-art adoption center
that will hopefully be open by the end of 2012.
It will be capable of housing many cats and dogs each in healthy and comfortable accommodations designed for their mental, emotional and physical well being.
Through The UDT Adoption Center,
Charles Henderson Animal Rescue hopes to save and rehome
between 720 dogs and cats this year
and double that number or around 1440 animals by December 2013.
The UDT Adoption Center is a limited admission shelter which takes in only as many animals as The UDT Adoption Center can comfortably, humanely care for. As a result, The UDT Adoption Center does not euthanize animals for lack of space, and The UDT Adoption Center does not support euthanasia as the predominant means of managing the pet overpopulation problem. The UDT Adoption Center considers euthanasia as a last resort used only in extreme cases. The UDT Adoption Center makes every effort to place each of our shelter animals in a safe, responsible home. In a small percentage of cases, this may not be possible due to severe medical conditions that cause the animal to suffer, or due to extreme aggression that poses a danger to the community and the animal's quality of life. In these rare instances, humane euthanasia is carefully weighed and considered, and when it is absolutely necessary that an animal be euthanized, the euthanasia is done painlessly and humanely so as to prevent the animal from suffering.