In this season of giving, Seer Farms is competing in a Christmas Tree Challenge sponsored by the Toms River Elks Lodge #1875. The winner of the challenge will get to keep the money raised and receive a bonus provided by the Elks. You can support Seer Farms in this challenge by visiting the Toms River Elks and making a donation or by clicking the donate button on this page.
We are so excited to be one of the area's nonprofits showcasing our creativity and mission through a custom decorated holiday tree. Representing our theme - "Making a Difference One Paw at a Time" - are the Grinch's dog and a supporting cast of Seer Farms' animals. As the story goes, the Grinch's dog, loyal to his daddy as so many Seer Farms' pets are to theirs, joyfully participated in the Grinch's return of Christmas bounty after the Grinch's attempted hijacking of Christmas. With his faithful dog bouncing along beside him in his sleigh full of purloined Christmas trimmings, the Grinch was disconcerted to find that he had only stolen Christmas stuff; he had not stolen Christmas cheer. The holiday spirit resided in the hearts of the families of Whoville.
The Seer Farms' pets have a sleigh of their own and want to ride it into the hearts of pet owners everywhere - especially the families who have entrusted their companion animals to Seer Farms - and share some holiday cheer. Joseph, Bocce, Poppy and Giacomo have all given the sleigh a once over. Now if any of them could just figure out how to steer it.
In the meantime, enjoy the season and please make a donation today.
At Seer Farms, we believe people should never have to choose between their health and safety and their companion animals. Seer Farms gives a safe haven for the pets, providing the lifeline of time, hope and compassion. Families in crisis need time to repair their lives and we believe that they benefit from the emotional support they derive from their pet and the peace of mind that comes from knowing their animals are being cared for while they themselves overcome their life crisis. A gift of $25 can pay for one month of cat food for one cat, $100 can pay for flea treatment for seven cats or small dogs, $250 can pay for five dog groomings, $500 can pay for one month of kitty litter and $1000 can pay for one dog run & dog house. Of course any gift amount would help us in providing all of these things as well as veterinary supplies and cleaning supplies for the many animals in our care waiting to be reunited with their families.