The 136th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show barks its way into the Big Apple this week, with the purebreeds strutting their stuff at Madison Square Garden. But before they name Best In Show, a pre-show party and fashion show was held to benefit New York City shelter animals.
Nearly two dozen kittens from Animal Care & Control of New York City will be featured in today’s “Kitten Halftime Show” as part of the 8th Annual Puppy Bowl on Animal Planet.
He stole the show both on stage and on the red carpet at the Golden Globes and Uggie the dog continues to steal the hearts of moviegoers in the “The Artist”, the award-winning homage to the era of silent film.
Animal Care & Control of NYC has some tips to help you take care of your pets over the holidays.
Hundreds of cats, small dogs, rabbits and reptiles are available for adoption this weekend.
As the holiday season gets underway this Thanksgiving weekend, the ASPCA is out with tips for pet parents, to ensure the safety of your furry family members during the festivities.
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Hundreds of animal lovers and their pets gathered at Manhattan’s Pier 84 Sunday for Best Friend Animal Society’s “Strut Your Mutt.”
The American Humane Association paid tribute this week to the dozens of search and rescue dogs who served in the aftermath of the terror attacks.
Floodwaters rose all across New Jersey, closing roads from side streets to major highways as Irene, the first hurricane to make landfall in the state in more than a century, weakened and moved on, leaving more than 600,000 homes and businesses without power.
A tradition continues in Midtown as a legendary hotel recruits a new feline mascot.
New York City could be increasing its investment in animals shelters by nearly $10 million over the next three years if a new plan is approved by City Council.
Each year, in the spring and summer months, thousands of kittens are born to both unspayed pets and street cats in the Tri-State area, and many of them end up at kill shelters.