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Chica the Pit Bull

Posted by on Dec 7, 2013 in Holiday Stories 2013 | Comments Off on Chica the Pit Bull

Are you an active person looking for the perfect dog companion to complement your lifestyle? Someone to jog with you in the morning, play a game of fetch in the afternoon, snuggle up on the couch after dinner and give goodnight kisses at bedtime? Chica is your girl! This 3-year-old pitbull mix is full of life and personality. Always eager to please, Chica is obeys commands on and off the leash, is housebroken and crate trained. Despite this she must be in an experienced home without other pets or young children. Pulled from “death row” at NYC Animal Care and Control in 2011, Chica...

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Lady Jane the Head Tilt Kitty

Posted by on Dec 5, 2013 in Holiday Stories 2013 | Comments Off on Lady Jane the Head Tilt Kitty

Lady Jane was rescued from the streets during the summer of 2012 in terrible shape — skin and bones, persistent respiratory infection, a severe head tilt and very shy. Her medical issues were addressed but the underlying cause for her head tilt remains a mystery; she may have suffered trauma resulting in neurological impairment during her troubled past. Lady Jane has come a long way since her rescue and while she is still fearful of strangers, once she warms up to you she will purr and give kisses. If you would like to learn more about or meet Lady Jane, please fill out the Adoption...

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Kitty City at the Flux Factory

Posted by on Apr 21, 2013 in Events | Comments Off on Kitty City at the Flux Factory

Kitty City at the Flux Factory

What is Kitty City? An experiment where artists and city planners collaborate with students to design and build a humane metropolis fit for its kitten citizens. When the kittens storm the model on June 1st, the public has the opportunity to adopt. During four workshops in May, Flux will design buildings, thoroughfares, and other urban elements to meet their strict zoning standards for living the good life. They’ll plan parks; devise water, transportation, and sanitation systems; map out housing options, commercial and cultural districts; and be sure there’s plenty fresh and healthy...

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Join Us For Maddie’s Pet Adoption Days to Empty Our Shelter

Posted by on Apr 21, 2013 in Events | Comments Off on Join Us For Maddie’s Pet Adoption Days to Empty Our Shelter

Join Us For Maddie’s Pet Adoption Days to Empty Our Shelter

For Animals is participating in a gigantic weekend adoption event to place all of our cats in qualified homes. More than 200 shelters and rescues in eight communities throughout the United States are participating in the fourth Maddie’s® Pet Adoption Days sponsored by the Alameda, CA based Maddie’s Fund®. Maddie’s Fund has set aside $4 million to provide shelters and rescues with an adoption stipend per pet adopted during the event. Free adoptions will be offered throughout the weekend at the following locations and times: Maddie’s Pet Adoption Days at...

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Miki and Mindi’s Story

Posted by on Dec 31, 2012 in Holiday Stories 2012 | Comments Off on Miki and Mindi’s Story

On a brisk Nov afternoon we found a colony of cats and kittens in Queens surviving without the basics — no shelter, very little food and of course no medical care. Huddled together on the concrete without even a blanket for them to lay on, they were laying on each other for warmth. When they saw us approach they scattered, but one little boy did not know what to do and we were able to pick him up right away. This was Miki and he was blind. We were eventually able to rescue all the kittens in the colony and gave them warmth, comfort and safety for the first time in their short lives. But...

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