All to often we here of people adopting out of state or buying an animal because they don’t believe that can get a purebred or puppy from our city’s homeless ...
How many of you remember Rookie? His story is a wonderful testament to the fact that, no matter how awful their life has been, and no matter how badly they’ve been treated, dogs have an amazing ability to forgive, forget, and forge ahead. Rookie spent his life in a junkyard in Williamsburg, exposed to the [...]
We fight everyday to change the animal shelter system in NY. However, change is only brought on by the masses. Read the Stringer Report and learn why the people of NYC need to Wake Up and fight for the animals we all say we love so much. Many of the dogs in the system are [...]
Please Please Please be careful out there today. With heavy winds we are bound to have UFO’s flying around. Be aware of what is happening around you and unless absolutely necessary STAY HOME!
The launch of Adopt NY has brought a new strength to the rescue community of NY. A voice for change. In less then 6 months Adopt NY has garnered over 4,000 fans on its Facebook Page and the launch of our website, AdoptNY.org has brought over 1,200 NY rescue animals from 40+ rescue groups to [...]
Today we took in a lost dog. She was found by McCarren Park. Small Boxer / Pit Mix.
If you live in 11222 or 11211 get your dog or cat registered NOW! We have reunited many animals and owners but this simple for will make it easier and more efficient for us to help our community. If your animal goes missing we can alert as many people as possible to be on the [...]
Dear Friends, Brooklyn does it again! We are very happy to write that the chair of NYS codes committee, Assemblyman Joseph Lentol, will not report the “Quick Kill Bill” for a vote. Here is a note from him regarding NYS Bill A5449A “On Wednesday, February 15th, the NYS Assembly Committee on Agriculture reported this [...]