Meet the pet cats and dogs living in animal shelters on Long Island and searching for their forever homes with a loving family.
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.
There’s hardly a better way to celebrate “National Adopt a Cat Month” than opening up your heart and home to a deserving furry companion.
Furry friends come in all shapes and sizes, but if you prefer them on the smaller side, then this week’s pet adoption on Long Island lineup is for you!
We’re seeing lots of cattitude with this week’s lineup of adorable adoptables! If you’re seeking a new BFF (best feline friend), contact any one of these wonderful shelters and rescues today!
Feline fans rejoice! With so many cats and kittens available for adoption, it’s easier than ever to find your purrfect partner in crime, so contact any one of these shelters/rescues for more information about adopting today!
Animal shelters saw an increase in adoptions during the pandemic, but that is now changing and more pets are being surrendered as the world opens up again.
Purr-plexed about how to find the perfect companion? Contact any one of these local rescues/shelters and they’ll be happy to find you your new best friend!
Three organizations — Yorkie911 Rescue, Inc., PRoud Rescuers of Puerto Rico, and SuperYouFundation — held a fundraiser they called "Animals, Broadway & Children" at the Crest Hollow Country Club on April 25.