Well known New York family law expert, Ross Abelow has set his sights on a new goal as he looks to find the best ways of making sure homeless and vulnerable animals are cared for as the harsh New York winter takes hold. An area that causes concern for animal lovers each winter is the problem of animals being left in the cold because their owners are unable to care for them as times get hard. Ross Abelow is looking to assist the people and animals of the world by establishing a fund to raise around $5,000 in a bid to assist shelters caring for homeless animals during the winter months.
Shelters are generally overwhelmed during the winter months with animals who are often injured or undernourished after suffering long term neglect during the colder months of the year. The fund established by Abelow is designed to assist shelters with a number of supplies needed to care for animals who find themselves sick, hungry, or homeless during these colder months of the year. Abelow hopes the fund will provide a number of benefits for shelters, including a rising level of food, medical supplies, and blankets that will allow shelters to work with more animals than ever before.
Ross Abelow has been living and working in New York state for a number of decades, and is a well known figure for many who are involved in protecting animals from abuse and abandonment. Abelow has been working as a successful lawyer since he was licensed in New York State in 1990, and has found success and respect from his peers through his work as a family law expert.
Understanding the issues facing animals living on the streets is something Ross Abelow has been looking to do for a number of years along with his more than two decades of success as a lawyer. Making sure the animals of New York State are well cared for over the winter months is one of the causes Ross Abelow feels most strongly about.