Animal Care & Control
The audit made 18 recommendations to Animal Care & Control, which the non-profit and the city say have already been started on.
The kittens had been in a foster home since September after wreaking havoc in the subway system back on Aug. 29.
Sixty-eight dogs were rescued from the fire. They have been vaccinated and received medical care, according to Animal Care & Control of New York City.
The 8-year-old mixed breed was sentenced to be euthanized at Animal Care & Control in East Harlen after he bit a 12-year-old girl who had fallen on him in February 2012.
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The dogs, now named Fred and Ginger, were so emaciated, weak and dehydrated, all they could do was lay on their sides, AC&C officials said.
Back on June 23, a passerby called Animal Care & Control after finding a dog tied to a fence in a park near the intersection of Seward and Underhill avenues, officials said.
The puppies, who have been named Faith and Hope, are about 3 to 4-months-old and are believed to be either Mastiffs or Great Danes.
Fourth of July fireworks and crowded events can be stressful for some pets, increasing their chances of running away and getting lost.
A grant from the ASPCA has allowed the Mayor’s Alliance for New York City’s Animals to hire a staffer to coordinate a group of volunteers, who will respond to lost pet reports filed with AC&C.
Some of the animals in the program, which is a non-profit that transports the animals most at risk to rescue centers, foster homes and even animal clinics, were in danger of being euthanized.
All donations will be accepted, but laundered towels and blankets are preferred, so that AC&C won’t have to bear the expense of washing the items before use.
Comptroller John Liu released the findings of the audit on Thursday, which was a followup to one that was completed back in 2006.
Hey, kitty cat!” squealed 3-year-old Lauren “Lola” Squires, as she greeted the cat — who went missing before she was born — for the first time at the Hilton New York hotel.
The non-profit pet organization said an animal control officer stopped his vehicle and helped rescue the kitten with the help of some truck drivers, who blocked traffic.