An increased effort by the NYPD to stop animal cruelty has earned the department high praise from the nation’s leading animal rights group.
Whiskers In Wonderland, the largest cat and rabbit adoption event in the city, features nearly 200 cats, kittens and bunnies, all looking for forever homes.
Spring and summer can seem like the perfect time for your pets to enjoy the great outdoors, but just like with people, it’s important that your pet stays safe while outside having fun in the sun.
Anyone needing help with pets affected by the explosion should call the NYC Disaster Relief Pet Hotline at 866-816-4804.
Unleashed provides after school programs that rotate at schools throughout the five boroughs.
Humans aren’t the only ones who are getting tired of the long, cold winter. Pets are too.
The NYPD has taken over enforcement of regulations for horse carriages, and a spokesman for the industry said he hopes they will go by the law and not by a plan to shut the industry down.
The New York Attorney General’s Office and the ASPCA raided a fight on Saturday night, in a Woodhaven basement.
New York City’s largest animal rescue organization is rolling out its first mobile adoption center.
Stray cats are vanishing at an alarming rate in Astoria, Queens, residents say.
Fans can join the celebration for the whole week leading up to the big game at Discovery Times Square, located in the heart of New York’s Times Square on 44th Street between 7th and 8th Avenue.
The NYPD will take the lead role in responding to all animal cruelty complaints while the ASPCA will care for any animal brought in by police.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has signed a new law authorizing municipalities across the state to set tighter regulations on pet dealers.
For 147 years, the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has served as the primary law enforcement agency for animal abuse laws in New York City.
Cats over a year old will have their adoption fees waived, while kittens — ages four months to one year — will have an adoption fee of only $50. Normally, the adoption fee for kittens is $125.