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Adopt One of These Purr-fectly Adorable Cats on Long Island

Feline fans, pull out your scratching pads and catnip because this week’s lineup is for you! Head down to your local rescue or shelter to meet a paw-fectly purrfect cat or kitten today!

Help Find A Missing Cat, Plus Meet These Pets for Adoption

There’s always a wide variety of special animals available for adoption on Long Island, and this week is no different.

Pets Available for Adoption on Long Island

From cats to dogs and young to seniors, whatever type of best friend you’re looking for, we got ‘em right here!

12 Pets Available for Adoption on Long Island

Wouldn’t it be fun to spend the dog days of summer with a new dog? And we’re not leaving cats out — they would be more than happy to join your family as well. Head down to your local animal shelter or rescue today!

These Kittens, Puppies, And Senior Pets Want to Be Adopted By...

Senior animals find themselves in shelters and rescues for reasons outside of their control and really thrive when given a safe, loving home to call their own.

Adopt One of These Precious Cats on Long Island

With so many cats available for adoption this week, it’s hard to choose just one.

Adopt a Rescued Animal From a Long Island Shelter

Often times the actual birthday of a rescued animal is unknown but grab your party hats because thanks to North Shore Animal League America, Aug. 1 has been declared the universal birthday of rescue dogs (and those in shelters awaiting their forever homes)!  

Adopt One of These Adorable Pet Cats on Long Island

We’re not kitten around this week — with so many adorable kitties available for adoption, it's easier now than ever to find your new best friend, so head down to your local shelter/rescue and scoop one up this weekend!

These Pets in Long Island Shelters Are Looking For Their Forever...

Meet the pet cats and dogs living in animal shelters on Long Island and searching for their forever homes with a loving family.

12 Cats for Adoption on Long Island

Whether you’re bringing home a new furry friend this Fourth of July weekend or you’re already a proud owner, remember that animals generally become anxious and frightened at the sight and sounds of fireworks. Please keep your pets indoors, give them a safe space to hide, and stay home and keep them busy if you can.