Animal Care And Control Of NY Launches Revamped Adoption Program To Attract More Of New York’s “Kindest”
Animal Care and Control of New York on Saturday will mark the launch of an overhauled adoption program with “Petacular” events at its three shelters.
From facelifts to nose jobs and even Botox, animal lovers are now spending millions each year enhancing their pets’ droopy eyes and cats’ crooked teeth.
NEW YORK (WLNY) – Many cat owners will tell you their best friend chose them — not the other way around. Some of those pets found their loving home after being rescued by a shelter . […]
New York (CBSNewYork) The Mayor’s Alliance For New York City’s Animals has teamed with the Maddie’s Fund to participate in what’s being billed as the biggest free pet adoption event in America. On both Saturday, […]
Dr. Elizabette Cohen, WCBS pet reporter, veterinarian and author of “Most Of My Patients Wear Fur,” joined us on The Couch to give us some tips to keep our pets happy and healthy this summer season.
The Westchester County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was searching this weekend for someone who has been poisoning cats in Yonkers.
Officials said as many as 50 cats and at least one dog were found living in deplorable conditions at the home on Bayonne Avenue in Central Islip.
TV 10-55’s Alex Denis was at the Westchester County Center to preview the Best Friends Pet Super Adoption.
It was one of those moments that I usually meet with a series of four letter doozies, but this time, I reacted to the giant grey blob on my couch (which was forming a giant stain) with a resounding “Yes!”.
A Connecticut veterinary hospital was honored by the owners of its patients Saturday, for rare medical treatment that helped save lives.
New York City is second to none in its restaurants, its hotels, its theater, its concerts or its parks. If you are accustomed to treating yourself to the finest the city has to offer, why should your pet deserve any less? Here are the city’s best high end boutiques
With pets still in need of a permanent home after superstorm Sandy, Nassau County is putting out a call for help.
The Mount Vernon Animal Shelter said Monday that it is overrun with cats and needs people to adopt the homeless pets as soon as possible.
The ASPCA said it’s closing the emergency boarding facility it opened at the Brooklyn location in November, which housed nearly 280 animals. One hundred and nine pets remain.
The ASPCA recommends non-toxic decorations such as wood, fabric or even pine cones.