Adoptapalooza Returns April 10 With Pooch Parade And No Fee AdoptionsAdoptapalooza returns to Manhattan and Brooklyn, Sunday, April 10, 2016 with NYC Paws Parade and no fee adoptions to honor ASPCA 150th Anniversary.
Bark In The Park Features Parade Of Pooches at MCU Park
Hipster Shelter Animals Up For Adoption At First Ever Brooklyn AdoptapaloozaAdoptapalooza, one of the Big Apple's largest pet adoption events is coming to Brooklyn, Saturday August 1st between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Adoptapalooza Aims To Find Homes For Hundreds of Shelter Animals
Ahead Of The Holiday, The Easter Bunny Gets Neutered!The Humane Society of New York and the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals are once again offering a free spay/neuter clinic for rabbits that were purchased at pet stores or obtained from sources that did not previously sterilize the animal.
Whiskers In Wonderland Helps Cats And Rabbits Find Forever Homes For The HolidaysWhiskers In Wonderland, the largest cat and rabbit adoption event in the city, features nearly 200 cats, kittens and bunnies, all looking for forever homes.
Algonquin Cat Hosts Party To Benefit Shelter AnimalsOn Saturday, August 2, Matilda III will host the Algonquin’s annual fundraiser and feline fashion show to benefit The Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals.
Animal Care & Control of NYC Participates In ‘Just One Day’ Event To Promote No Kill Goal
Maddie's Pet Adoption Days Offers Thousands of Pets For Free This Weekend To Qualified AdoptersThis weekend, thousands of animals will be available for free to qualified adopters from more than 90 New York City area rescue groups and shelters.
'Strictly Seniors' Cat Adoption Event Gives Older Cats Second Chance
Mayor's Alliance For NYC's Animals Teams With Humane Society Of NY To Neuter Easter Bunny!The Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals is teaming up with the Humane Society of New York to offer the first in a series of free spay/neuter clinics specifically for rabbits
Groups Rescue Pets Stranded By East Harlem Explosion Anyone needing help with pets affected by the explosion should call the NYC Disaster Relief Pet Hotline at 866-816-4804.