Category Archives: Pet Care & Training

Adoptapalooza Includes Hundreds of Homeless Pets for Adoption

    NYC’s Original Mega Pet Adoption Fair Presented by the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals and Petco Foundation Sunday, May 31, 2015 – New York, NY – Manhattan’s Union Square Park was transformed today into New York City’s pet adoption … Continue reading

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Children’s Books Inspire Humane Treatment of Animals

You can never start respecting and caring about companion animals too young! Here are some recently published books for preschoolers and elementary school age children that feature shelter animals or feral and stray community cats. The Silas Series: The Adventures … Continue reading

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Donations Provide for Pets in NYC Domestic Violence Shelters

Animals often present a major barrier to seeking support and assistance for victims of domestic violence, and fear for the safety of pets in violent households can cause abuse victims to remain in dangerous situations. As part of the Mayor’s … Continue reading

Posted in Cats, Dogs, Events & Campaigns, Fundraising, Helping Pets and People in Crisis, Pet Care & Training

Fund Helps Peppa Reunite with Family for the Holidays

More than a year ago, the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals learned about Peppa, a young polka-dotted Chihuahua whose family was fleeing domestic violence. The mom and young children were desperate to keep their beloved dog. With nowhere to go … Continue reading

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Motorola Pet Monitor is Great Tool for Animal Shelters & Pet Owners

Post by Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals.

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