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Huntington, New York,11743
Little Shelter is also a part of the Mayor's Alliance for NYC Animals. Little Shelter Animal Rescue and Adoption Center is a non-profit, no-kill animal shelter nestled on six wooded acres in Huntington, Long Island. Included on the grounds is Sheltervale Pet... more.
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Maryanne Chernovsky | Fortune 52
Maryanne Chernovsky Overseeing the well-being of many Long Island animals is Maryann Chernovsky, president of Little Shelter in Huntington, one of the Island's oldest no-kill shelters dedicated to saving all companion animals whose lives may be in jeopardy. Maryann accepted the job as president of the shelter as a volunteer and has been in the non-paying position for 18 years. "It's a bad situation at the [municipal] shelters," Maryann explains. "Every shelter is at capacity and begging us for help." As I talked to Maryann about her work, I was entertained by Walker, a beautiful dog rescued by Maryann and her staff after Hurricane Katrina. "We made six trips down [to New Orleans] after Katrina and took back 100 dogs and cats," says Maryann. "Every animal taken in at our shelter is safe." Maryann has started various community outreach programs bringing Little Shelter's services to the needy. The Animal Soup Kitchen (ASK) is a program that assists pet owners by providing pet food and, if needed, insulated dog houses and medical care to animals in desperate situations. The ASK program has grown tremendously and now serves 114 local families, and it includes the distribution of thousands of pounds of pet food every month. "Sometimes people have to make the choice of feeding their family or their pet," Maryann says. Because of Little Shelter, people and their pets can stay together. Another outreach initiative by the Little Shelter is "humane education" which teaches children about the responsibilities of pet care. "Kids are like sponges," she says. One Call is a new outreach program that Maryann recently launched. As Maryann explains, "We always encourage [shelter] tours. "We do temperament tests for the safety of the staff and other animals," Maryann explains. They also have a 110-acre facility in upstate New York where animals that do not respond to behavioral training go to live. '"We're very community minded," says Maryann. "I will work with any organization because there's still so much more to do. One organization is not going to solve this problem [pet overpopulation]. We have to work together." For the future, Maryann would like to start an advisory board at the shelter: "We need to step up our fundraising.
2007 December | Fortune 52
Maryanne Chernovsky Overseeing the well-being of many Long Island animals is Maryann Chernovsky, president of Little Shelter in Huntington, [...]