It’s a bittersweet ending for a popular pet adoption center that has united unwanted animals with homes for years.
The Sayreville Pet Adoption Center officially closed its doors on Thursday, after all the animals housed at the facility were adopted, director Barbara Keegan said.
Although the no-kill shelter is officially closed, Keegan, and possibly a small group of volunteers, will remain on site should an animal be returned or left on the doorstep.
“We may still have a few pets to place, so people can visit our website or call the center for updates,’’ said Keegan. “The information will be updated on a daily basis.”
The not-for-profit shelter, which was started 19 years ago by veterinarian Dr. Joseph Chiosi of the Sayrebrook Veterinary Hospital,