Coronavirus Update: When Outbreak Finally Ends, Will Those Fostering Pets Still Have Same Dedication?During times of trouble, people often find comfort in a four-legged companion. Many New Yorkers have taken in quarantine pets, which is, of course, beneficial for all parties involved.
Shelter Cats Learning To High-Five To Help Adoption ChancesIn an effort to make them more adoptable, cats are learning how to give their new owners a friendly high-five.
Animal Care Centers of NYC Launches "Race to the Right House" Election PromotionWhile the world may be transfixed on Monday night's Presidential debate, Animal Care Centers of NYC (ACC) is gearing up for Tuesday. That's when the adoption fee for pets six months and older will be reduced to $20.16.
Report Outlines 'Deplorable' Conditions At City's Animal SheltersA new report by Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer said New York Animal Care and Control shelters are plagued by deplorable conditions and dysfunction at the organizational level.
Animal Care & Control Asks New Yorkers To Donate For Stray AnimalsAnimal Care & Control of NYC is asking local residents to donate their unwanted towels and blankets in response to the city's annual spring influx of stray cats and dogs.
NYC Animal Shelters Could Get Big Boost In Funding From The CityNew 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.
RESCUE CHOCOLATE: Human Treats Help Homeless Animals