We take in animals from Overcrowded Municipalities, Hoarders, Displaced Communities, Recession-stressed homes, and the wild in the tri-state area
Many of the residents at One More Smith Animal Rescue Sanctuary have special needs that make them unsuitable for adoption.
We at One More Smith give them the care and comfort of a good life, but we need your help. Please consider making a gift today.
Greta was found by the side of the road. Her teeth were filed, and her shoulder was shattered from being kicked. She now has a prosthetic right leg and she can use a sling to support herself. She lived to be 19.
Silli was about to be put down. After being rescued, she had 9 puppies (all were adopted). She often helped with feral kitten therapy. Silli lived to be 14.
Quincy was found on Christmas Eve by the Long Island Expressway, buried in snow. He was so sick that vets doubted he would live past two years, but at OMS he lived to be eight.
Beau was found under a van His OCD makes him nervous and he has compulsive habits. At OMS he gets his medicine every day.
Trapper lived in a shelter in Passaic, but she escaped from her cage and hid in the rafters. She got her name because employees at the shelter would see her and yell, “Trap her!” She is now 9 years old.
Mercedes gave birth to a litter of feral kittens in a car. She is 11 now and one of her kittens survived- read about the therapy they received in the About section.