Emotional Support Animals: How They Help Change Lives

The hustle and bustle of life can become overbearing for a lot of people. Continue Reading →

Senate Majority Advances Legislation To Strengthen Animal Protections During National Pet Week

Today, in recognition of National Pet Week, the Senate Democratic Majority passed legislation to improve the health and safety of domestic animals from Harlem to the Hudson, building on the conference’s continued advocacy for animal welfare. Continue Reading →

How To Protect Your Home From A Wildlife Infestation This Fall And Winter

A wildlife infestation during fall and winter periods can be a difficult task to deal with. Continue Reading →

Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation Continues Funding With “Match Your Gift”

Though saddened by the cancellation of the 11th Annual Unconditional Love Gala due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation (SASF) is still raising funds and awareness for the homeless animals. Continue Reading →

Urban Opossums Are On The Rise In New York

The Virginia opossum is the only native marsupial found in North America and its population is exploding in New York. Continue Reading →

Philanthropist Jean Shafiroff To Serve As Ambassador For Feed The Hungry Fund

American Humane, the country’s first national humane organization, today announced that renowned philanthropist Jean Shafiroff will serve as an ambassador and spokesperson for the Feed the Hungry fund. Continue Reading →

How Urban Raccoons Are Becoming More Common In NYC

By Bretton Love

The raccoon has a reputation of being a suburban pest that is an adaptable, hardy, and intelligent creature. Continue Reading →


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