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If your children have started asking to adopt a dog or a cat, good luck holding back once you start browsing through photos online. They’re irresistible! If you’re ready to add a furry family member to the pack, it’ll be decision that will affect your lives for years to come. Not only will you all be showered with unconditional love and wet puppy kisses, but introducing a pet into your home will teach kids about animals, responsibility and caring for another living being. Best of all, you’d be giving a lovable animal another chance at finding a forever home! Here are the spots to visit in NYC if your family’s on the hunt for a four-legged best friend.
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Little Wanderers will have a table set up where you will be able to do “virtual adoptions” from the adoptable cats and kittens on this site. Applications and FAQ’s will be available, and members of our own rescue team will be there to answer any and all of your feline related questions! They will be able to recommend a suitable adoptee from their extensive knowledge of our rescued cats and kittens. In addition, they will be collecting much needed donations so that we may continue the amazing work that we do for the forgotten babies of NYC. so come say hi and adopt an adorable new furry family member. You’ll be glad you did!
Our animals are mostly rescued from the NYC shelter system and our foster network is also located in the NYC area. However, we do cover the NY Tri-State Area, Southern NE, and occasionally will consider an adoption further away to the purrfect furever family!These adoption events bring dogs and cats from Animal Care Centers of NYC and our other local rescue partners to pet stores in Brooklyn and Manhattan for adoption. Join us on Wednesdays and Saturdays for our weekly cat mobile adoptions and every Sunday for our weekly dog mobile adoptions. Please check our for details.Ready to commit to a cat or dog? Click through our slide show to see some adorable family-friendly canines and felines—all of them are currently up for adoption—or head to one of these NYC pet adoption centers to meet the furry friend your brood has been waiting for.With tens of thousands of feral cats on the streets of NYC, our focus is on TNR as an effort to humanely reduce the overall population, one colony at a time. By neutering & spaying the feral cats in the colony and adopting out friendly strays and kittens, the colony stabilizes and begins to shrink over time.As of October 30th, 2016, Urgent stopped adding ALL new animals to this folder. Instead, we will be offering direct links to the NYC ACC’s website, where you can view Adoptables and Stray/Found animals at each location. Dozens of , and will be available for adoption from Alliance Participating Organizations. Confirmed groups include All About Spay Neuter, Animal Care Centers of NYC (ACC), Anjellicle Cats Rescue, City Critters, Inc., K9Kastle, Linda's Cat Assistance, Posh Pets Rescue, The Patricia H. Ladew Foundation, and Zani's Furry Friends.