CBSNewYork.com and 1010 WINS have teamed up with Animal Care & Control of New York City to let you know about some of the adoptable animals in the city shelters.
Before she was killed in the Newtown school massacre, 6-year-old Catherine Violet Hubbard raised money from returnable bottles and cans to buy bones for dogs at the pound.
A new animal shelter has been proposed for the town of Smithtown, Long Island.
Stamford Mayor David Martin announced the firing of animal control manager Laurie Hollywood on Wednesday.
Police in Toms River, New Jersey have reunited family of puppies, after a woman and her two children rescued two of the puppies as they walked dangerously close to the road.
A New Jersey family was in for the surprise of their lives when they tried to adopt a dog.
Yankees players Ichiro Suzuki, Brett Gardner and Shawn Kelley surprised Pedro Rosario as they hauled large bags of pet food into the shelter.
A family in Belle Harbor, Queens, was happy to report Sunday that their dog was back home alive and well, after being rescued just in time.
Life after Superstorm Sandy has been a struggle for many pet owners. Some of them lost beloved animal companions. Others are fighting to keep pets safe while they were trying to recover.
Dozens of dogs are getting a second chance at finding new homes after being rescued from an overcrowded animal shelter in Louisiana.
The rescue organization, which has a nine month discounted lease, is being kicked out to make way for restaurants and a bowling alley.
Pets4Luv Faces Eviction From Westfield Sunrise Mall – Seeks Temporary Housing For Dozens Of Cats And Dogs
New York (CBS New York) The Long Island based animal rescue organization Pets4Luv Foundation is being evicted from their location at the Westfield Sunrise Mall and is in urgent need of adopters and foster homes. […]
Inmate Justin Peggs says he feared the pit bull would attack him too as he wrestled it off Kathleen James and held it down.
Many protesters brought along their pets as they waved banners demanding changes in practices and policies at the shelter.
An attendant at a central New Jersey animal shelter has admitted he killed two cats in the shelter’s surgical recovery room.