AACMC is an all-volunteer animal welfare organization founded in 2003 with the mission to find solutions to the overpopulation of unwanted companion animals, promote the well-being of animals and help end the euthanasia of pets through aggressive spay/neuter, TNVR (Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return), educational initiatives and financial support of low-cost spay/neuter programs.
Become a Member! We need your help to reduce the pet overpopulation and the resulting euthanasia of animals in Cape May County. 100% of your membership dues goes toward spay/neuter initiatives!
Please call for membership information and/or current programs. (609) 465-6388
spay or neuter
You Can Help!!
Urgent need for both dry and canned cat food.
You can donate through PayPal and designate your donation for food, or simply drop off food to our clinic at any time and leave it in our vestibule. Call us at 609-465-6388 for any additional info.
(Exit 11 on the Garden State Parkway, Cape May Court House)
Traveling North on the Garden State Parkway stay in the right lane. Make a right turn at Exit 11. After taking exit onto Crest Haven Road, make a left turn onto Moore Road. Follow to the very end till you see the white mobile trailer which is the Spay/Neuter clinic.
Traveling South on the Garden State Parkway stay in left lane. Make a left turn at Exit 11. After taking exit onto Crest Haven Road, make a left turn onto Moore Road. Follow to the very end till you see the white mobile trailer which is the Spay/Neuter clinic.
Directions from Cumberland County
From Millville/Vineland area: From Route 55, get off the exit for Millville/Tuckahoe (Route 49). Bear left onto Route 49 and follow to Route 50. Turn right at the light and follow Route 50 Southbound. This will take you to the Route 9 intersection. Cross over Route 9 and follow signs for the Garden State Parkway (GSP). Get on the GSP Southbound (no tolls!). Stay on the GSP to Exit 11 (left exit). Turn left onto Crest Haven Road and then a quick left onto Moore Road. Follow to the very end till you see the white mobile trailer which is the Spay/Neuter clinic.
If anyone suspects animal neglect or cruelty, please contact the NJ SPCA at 1-800-582-5979.
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