Fairport, N.Y. – In response to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 situation in Monroe County, Lollypop Farm will be continuing services to the public on a limited basis. We are asking for your help in limiting the number of people through the shelter for the immediate future.
The following services continue to be available to our community: Humane Law Enforcement investigations of animal cruelty, End-of-Life services by appointment, Pet Pantry and emergency pet food requests, SNIP and feral cat spay/neuter appointments, dog training classes, Lost and Found, and our Pet Peeves Behavior Helpline.
As always, Lollypop Farm is regularly sanitized for the prevention of disease. We will continue to maintain this standard and increase cleaning protocols for public spaces as needed.
We’d like to thank everyone for your continued support of pets in need. Our hearts are warmed by all who have adopted, volunteered to foster, and reached out to help the animals in our care. Lollypop Farm remains committed to serving the pets and people in our community, and looks forward to when we can resume full services once again. We wish you all good health during this time.
About Lollypop Farm, Humane Society of Greater Rochester
Established in 1873, Lollypop Farm is the largest animal welfare organization helping pets and people in the Greater Rochester area. The Humane Society is committed to building lifelong bonds between people and animals through education, community outreach, and the prevention of cruelty. With a main campus in Fairport and four other adoption centers throughout the community, the organization provides shelter, care, and adoption for dogs, cats, small animals, birds, reptiles, horses, and other farm animals. Lollypop Farm is an independent nonprofit organization supported solely through contributions, grants, investments, proceeds from retail sales, and fees for programs and services. For more information and to meet adoptable animals, please visit www.lollypop.org.