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Meet Some of The Cats and Dogs For Adoption On Long...

Shelters and rescues across Long Island are still feeling the pandemic crunch, so if you’re looking for a new best friend, please be patient with staff and volunteers.

These Cats and Dogs Are For Adoption on Long Island

How about a new best friend for the new year? Check out some of the cutest cats and dogs just waiting to go home with their new forever family today!

Adopt a Pet in Need This New Year 2021

If your New Year's resolution is to save a life, look no further. Any one of these adorable cats and dogs would love nothing more than to make your home their home in 2021!

Adorable Cats And Dogs Up For Adoption on Long Island

We asked all of these adorable cats and dogs what they would most like for the holidays and sure enough, the top answer was a home of their own.

Adopt A Pet And Keep All Animals Safe From The Cold...

Winter has unofficially arrived, and we always want to make sure animals stay safe and protected in cold and unpredictable weather.

Adopt A Pet or Donate to “Operation Santa Paws” To Help...

Pet adoption is the best way to save a life, but there are other ways to help too. “Operation Santa Paws” encourages animal lovers to share the gift of giving at shelters everywhere from Dec. 1 to 24.

Gift A Loving Pet Their Forever Home This Holiday

The holiday countdown has officially begun and bringing home a new pet this time of year is always a popular choice for many animal lovers. Please remember that adoption is a lifetime commitment, and the best gift you can give any one of these cats or dogs is a new forever home of their own.

Give These Adoptable Pets A Reason to Be Thankful

Let’s give these adorable adoptables something to be thankful for…head down to your local shelter or rescue and save a life today!

These Senior Pets for Adoption Will Be Grateful for a New...

In observance of “National Adopt-a-Senior Pet Month,” we’d like to remind potential adopters of the benefits of adopting older pets; they are likely already trained, calmer, require less supervision than their younger counterparts and always seem to show a tremendous amount of gratitude towards their later-in-life adopters.

Reduce Stress By Adopting a Pet on Long Island

Scientific studies have shown that the act of petting an animal reduces stress and can even lower high blood pressure.