Community Animal Shelter and Adoption Center

Serving Southern New Jersey and Beyond

50/50 Tickets On Sale NOW!

Stop by the shelter to get your Happy Howlidays 50/50 tickets! Tickets are just $10 each and there are THREE chances to win!

Festive Feline Adoption Fees

There has never been a better time to add a furry feline friend to the family!

Pet Pics with St. Nick!

Have your pet’s picture taken with Santa! Come to the Promenade at Sagemore on December 5. Pictures will be taken in “Santa’s Stables”, which will be located between Athleta and Zoe’s Kitchen. Monetary and food donations will be collected to benefit the Voorhees Animal Orphanage.

Redstone Woodfired Fund

The VAO is the local charity of choice for Redstone American Grill’s “Redstone Woodfired Fund.” Dine at their Marlton location now through December 26, and choose select items from their menu, and Redstone will make a donation to the VAO! #EatGoodDogoodFeelgood

VAO Local Marketplace

Shop local this holiday season! Shop at any of our Local Marketplace vendors and support the homeless cats & dogs of the VAO as well! Each vendor is giving back a percentage of their sales to the shelter. All you have to do is shop through the links on our website, and if asked, tell them that you are shopping for the VAO! Easy peasy!

On Sale Now!

Purchase the Food Book for just $10 and help local businesses and our orphans at the same time! Stop by the shelter to pick your book and start saving today.

From the Blog

Ways to Support Us

Building For A Pawsitive Future

As the community shelter for 26 municipalities in southern New Jersey, 19 of which are in Camden County, we receive strays collected by animal control or surrendered by residents from any of these towns. As such, many of these animals require serious medical attention, which we’re happy to provide.

Over time, our building has increasingly showed signs of extreme wear and tear and we simply don’t have enough room for adoption facilitation, storage, cat and dog meet and greet rooms and more. Over the years, we’ve used a “band-aid” approach to address construction and plumbing issues. Our “tent” city located behind the shelter, serves as a makeshift location for storing pet food and supplies.

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