Our Autumn 2020 Fundraiser is on!

Our current fundraiser Please help us save the innocent. We have not let the pandemic stop us from rescuing the most disenfranchised, the abandoned and the defenseless. Despite great challenges we continue our rescue and TNR work. Your help today can save lives. 

Please watch the video to see Sage’s sad saga…and a few other examples of how your kindness transforms lives.

Our Autumn fundraiser:

We rely on donations such as yours to continue our life-saving work 365 days a year. Any amount helps! Please feel free to enter a custom amount. Thank you for your support! 

Our adoption center at NYC Pet in Park Slope (Brooklyn) will re-open by the end of June

June 21, 2020. With the easing of Covid-19 restrictions in NYC and the phased re-openings of many services, we’re happy to announce that our adoption center at NYC Pet in Park Slope at 218 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215 will re-open shortly.

Our target date for re-opening is Saturday, June 27 and we should be operational by then.
The store hours are currently 9am-7pm Monday-Saturday and 11am-6pm Sunday.

For Animals is joining a Virtual Super Adoption Event

May 20, 2020. During these uncertain times, we’ve been working hard to keep moving full speed ahead and continue to save as many lives as possible. That’s why we’ve partnered with Best Friends Animal Society to participate in their Virtual Super Adoption Event, happening May 27-31. For Animals, Inc will have its adoption link at the event.
This event is the first of its kind, bringing together organizations from across the country with one goal in mind: to help you Find Love Online! 
To apply to adopt one (or two!) of our kitties, please complete our  Application to Adopt or Foster and email it to

P.S. You can ALWAYS find your furry love on our site on our Adoptions page and don’t have to be dependent on third party events.

Our Working Cats Program


Please check out our working cats page for more info:

Brooklyn Collaborative Portraits 

May 10, 2020. The student-artists of Brooklyn Collaborative have kindly offered to make portraits of your companion animals in an effort to raise funds for our rescue group. Our sister-site which will feature the portraits and have more details as the collaboration progresses is  HERE.

After the completion of the internship program of Brooklyn Collaborative’s student-artists, other artists from around the city will continue the project.

It’s simple.

1. You can donate $ 20 via our PayPal giving fund here: 
2. Next, e-mail a photograph of your companion-animal to
3. A portrait created by a student from Brooklyn Collaborative or an independent Volunteer Artist will be sent to you.
4. We will be featuring the portraits of your cats, dogs and other companion-animals on our site and social media, along with your and the artist’s notes. 

If you want to volunteer as an artist:

flyer made by Marcela Castro

Disclaimer: You may get a museum quality portrait, or you may get a stick figure, but be assured, the same amount of care went into each pet’s portrait. ?


#FridayFeline Featured For Animals Alumni Fellow series

May 1, 2020. We often get wonderful heartfelt messages even from years past from cat-parents who’ve adopted from us. ? We’ve posted those intermittently through the years – and today, on May 1 – we’ll start our series #FridayFeline Featured #FAA Fellow, where FAA = For Animals Alumni. ? 

If you’d like to share your kitty-tale – email us at or message us here. We’d love to hear from you! ? As well, please note – prior stories of this nature already e-mailed in the past will be featured as well. 

For submissions – limit your photos to a max of 6 photos preferably all square or all rectangular in the same orientation. We will feature these on both our Facebook and Instagram pages – as well as on our blog. While FB doesn’t have a word limit, for Instagram, please limit your “story” to around 250-300 words max. We look forward to your cat-tales!


COVID-19 News


The New York City Emergency Management Department and the Mayor’s Office of Animal Welfare today announced the launch of the NYC COVID-19 Pet Hotline. The Pet Hotline will serve as an information, planning, referral and service coordination hub for NYC residents who need support for their pets during the COVID-19 pandemic. Pet Hotline operators can be reached directly at 877-204-8821, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily.

The Pet Hotline and supportive services are being provided by the City’s Animal Planning Task Force, which is coordinated by NYC Emergency Management. The Task Force is a collaboration between City agencies and nonprofits. These include the Humane Society of the United States, the ASPCA, Animal Haven, Animal Care Centers of NYC, Bideawee, American Red Cross, Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals, NYC VERT, New York State Animal Protection Federation, Best Friends Animal Society, and PAWS NY.

“Pets and service animals are a part of our family, and we want to alleviate any concern associated with having to take care of these family members during these trying times,” said NYC Emergency Management Commissioner Deanne Criswell. “We are thankful to our task force members who have stepped up to help New Yorkers who need this service.”

“This Administration has always understood that animals share our homes, our lives, and are sometimes our closest companions,” said Mayor’s Community Affairs Unit Commissioner Marco A. Carrión. “We must support and plan for all New Yorkers, including four-legged ones, during these times, and we are grateful to all of the animal welfare partners who have stepped up to create the Pet Hotline and provide lifesaving services to animals.”

“During this time of uncertainty and fear, we understand people need the comfort of their companion animals more than ever,” said Christine Kim, Senior Community Liaison for the Mayor’s Office of Animal Welfare. “In order to keep people and their animals together, we have ensured that animals are included in the safety net we have created for all New Yorkers. I thank all of our partners within NYC Emergency Management’s Animal Planning Task Force for stepping up during the COVID-19 crisis to support pets and the people who love them.”

The Pet Hotline will help mitigate people’s questions and concerns about keeping their pets during the COVID-19 crisis, as well as connect callers to pet relief resources such as subsidized emergency veterinary care and food and supply distribution services. For NYC residents with pets requiring a higher level of care, cases will be escalated for coordination of temporary placement or supplemental care of animals. NYC’s COVID-19 pet response plan is the first of its kind in the country.

Please check the link posted above for more.

Our April-May 2020 fund-raiser

For Animals hasn’t let COVID-19 stop our rescue & TNR work despite closure of the ASPCA clinics. Your help today can save lives and keep cats safe & healthy! Please donate and please share. Thank you for your kindness.

UPDATE June 2020: While our Chuffed fund-raiser has ended, we always need help. You can support us through this link:


Upcoming Adoption Events

Update: March 2020 – Changes due to COVID-19: Due to social distancing and other safety guidelines, we are currently not planning on any outdoor or indoor adoption events until the lock-down order is over; and until it is medically safe to hold such events. In the meantime all ‘meetings” with cats are virtual.

Thank you for your understanding.

If you are interested in one of our friendly cats or kittens on our adoption page but are unable to visit our shelter, please contact us and we will arrange how to go about it, whether virtually or in person.

Visit our Facebook page or Instagram for the most up to date news and events.

Or come to our Park Slope location anytime to see some of our available cats (Update March 2020 – cats and kittens are not currently housed in this store due to Covid-19 restrictions but cats are living with fosters all through various neighborhoods in and around Park Slope.)


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