North Shore Animal League
If you are looking for a new puppy, dozens had just arrived on Long Island Monday from the West Coast.
More than 90 dogs rescued from a puppy mill are up for adoption at the North Shore Animal League.
On this Black Friday, it wasn’t just shoppers that had new additions to their homes– but pet lovers, too.
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.
Nearly 80 dogs recently rescued from a puppy mill in Oklahoma are getting a second chance.
The cats were taken to the North Shore Animal League for bathing, shots and to be put up for adoption.
The line to get inside the Cat Cafe on Bowery Street was out the door and around the block on its first day open.
The orange tabby stray cat had been living in the Tompkins Houses in Bedford-Stuyvesant when a resident found it on the 12th floor stairwell last month and called police.
The ASPCA and North Shore Animal League are in Oklahoma to help with the rescue of hundreds of lost pets that were displaced during Monday’s massive tornado.
Hundreds of animals displaced by the storm are living in cages at pet shelters. Now, there is a push for cat and dog foster homes for the holidays.
The potential for a landfall as a Category 1 hurricane as soon as Tuesday has prompted evacuations along a wide area of the Gulf Coast.
The pups were rescued from a shelter in Mississippi where a possible tornado destroyed and damaged buildings at the St. Francis Animal Sanctuary in Tylertown on Aug. 9.
The 3-month-old pup named Joey was found in a black plastic bag at the closed Pilgrim Psychiatric Center near the Sagtikos Parkway in Brentwood Saturday afternoon.
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A fire broke out around 1 a.m. in a one-story home on Prentice Lane in Levittown, but it was a mixed-breed dog named Lily, who was recently adopted from the North Shore Animal League, that woke up the four people inside, before smoke detectors went off.