Senator Troy Singleton To Partner With Animal Advocates In Honor Of World Animal Day

MOORESTOWN, NJ- In honor of World Animal Day this October, State Senator Troy Singleton will partner with several animal advocacy organizations to build shelters for stray cats and birds before the winter months. The “Serve with Senator Singleton” event will take place on Monday, October 8th at 10:00 a.m. at the Burlington County Agricultural Center in Moorestown.

The Senator and a group of volunteers will help build cat shelters and birdhouses for the stray and wild animals in the area. Cat shelters will be built from wooden and plastic boxes; birdhouses will be built using the wooden remnants.

“As we recognize World Animal Day this October, it is my pleasure to partner with HousePaws, the BooTiki Fund and Wandering Whiskers Rescue as we work with our volunteers to help animals stay sheltered and warm through the coming winter months.” said Senator Singleton, who represents part of Burlington County in the 7th Legislative District.

This will be Senator Singleton’s 10th “Serve with Singleton” event since becoming a State Senator in January of 2018. Previous efforts included: renovation of the Habitat for Humanity Re-Store, a clean-up day at Jacob’s Chapel Ministry Center, painting two Community Options homes, a clean-up day at Strawbridge Lake, a spring cleaning at Providence House, a clothing drive for UIH Family Partners, lunch duty at Beverly United Methodist Church’s summer lunch program, a back-to-school supply drive in partnership with Tabernacle Baptist Church, and setting-up Cinnaminson’s Relay for Life.