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Help a Furry Friend in Need to Honor Betty White’s Birthday

Just look at all of these amazing cats and dogs that are ready to start their next chapter with you.

Town of Islip Joins Betty White Challenge to Support Animal Shelters

The Town of Islip Animal Shelter and Adopt-A-Pet Center will join animal shelters and pet rescue organizations across the country in the upcoming Betty White Challenge on Jan. 17.

Cats and Dogs Available for Adoption on Long Island This Winter

If you’re looking for a new best friend to play in the snow or watch the winter weather from your window with, check out this week’s list of animals ready to go home with you today!

Adopt, Don’t Shop, This Holiday Season, and Remember: Pets Are a...

Here’s a list of adorable cats, kittens, and pooches who would love to spend the holidays with their new forever family!

Adorable Cats for Adoption on Long Island

We hope these adorable bios and pictures will help purrsuade you to head down to your local animal shelter or rescue and bring home your new best friend.

Cats and Dogs for Adoption on Long Island

What’s better than changing the life of a senior animal? Saving two! This week we’re featuring a few dynamic duos just waiting for the chance to find their forever home. Prefer the company of just one? Well, we have those too!

Give One of These Adoptable Pets A Home to Be Thankful...

With Thanksgiving quickly approaching, let's help give these cats and dogs something they can be thankful for: A forever home!

Adopt One of These Senior Pets at Long Island Shelters and...

A friendly reminder that November is National Adopt-A-Senior-Pet Month, and there’s no shortage of sweet, distinguished felines that would love to make your home their home.

Mobile Clinic Fido Fixers Partners With LIU to Offer Pet Spay/Neuter...

Most Long Islanders are aware of the large feral cat problem that has no end in sight, but this situation is worse than you think.

Adopt One — Or Even Two — Pet Cats on Long...

This week’s lineup is filled with double-adoption requests. While this may sound like a big ask, adopting a bonded pair is just as easy (if not easier) than adopting a solo pet.