On Thursday, October 5, 2017, the de Blasio Administration, Animal Care Centers of NYC and ASPCA will be hosting “City Howl,” a dog adoption event to celebrate Adopt a Shelter Continue Reading →
The New York Public Library’s Literacy Leaders program is teaming up with the ASPCA to help teach kids about persuasive writing.
Shelter-in-place orders to cope with the COVID-19 crisis has led to a wave of pet adoptions. People, it seems, want a little company if they have to remain at home.
The New York City Emergency Management Department and the Mayor’s Office of Animal Welfare today announced the launch of the NYC COVID-19 Pet Hotline.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today signed a new package of legislation into law to protect and promote animal welfare, ensuring a more humane City for all New Yorkers.
The New York state legislature will consider a measure banning the sale of dogs, cats, and other animals at pet stores within the state reports Consumer Affairs.
Gothamist reports that an Animal Care and Control is offering a $1,000 reward for the safe return of a bunny that was taken from its East Harlem care center.
Holidog Times reports that on New Year’s Eve last year, in Harlem, New York, a shelter welcomed a brand new puppy who was found in a very alarming state, reports Continue Reading →
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