Our Mission Our mission is to help animals find forever-loving homes. Company Overview We are Father John’s Animal House (formerly Sussex County Fellowship for Animals), a non-profit, 501c(3) organization supported entirely by donations, grants, and various fundraising events. We receive no federal, state, county, or municipal funding. Our primary purpose is to provide love, companionship, shelter, food, socialization, and medical care for the many unwanted animals that come to us until permanent, loving homes can be found for them. The main objective here at Father John’s Animal House is to provide veterinary care, necessary medication, housing, love, food, companionship and time for their rehabilitation process. We know that this will give our animals the best shot at being able to find a forever adoptive home. Our intake animals, including some of which are homeless, feral, handicapped, elderly, abandoned and abused, often come from local municipal shelters or are owner surrenders. This can be a time-consuming and costly process. We also seek to be a resource of information and service for the community to encourage responsibly and committed pet ownership. Father John’s Animal House is a limited admission shelter. This means that no adoptable animal is ever euthanized because of the breed, age, space requirements, or a treatable condition. We will also take our adopted animals back if, for any reason, the adopter can no longer care for their pet.