Midweek Roundup: Hope for New York's Animals as Holidays Near

Midweek Roundup: Hope for New York’s Animals as Holidays Near


  • SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22- Bushwick Community Outreach and Adoption Event. Bushy Tails @ The Loom will be partnering with Bushwick Street Cats holding an adoption event and information seminar from 12-6pm where a raffle will be held. 100% of the proceeds will go toward animal rescue.
    Bushy Tails @ the Loom
    8 Porter Avenue
    Brooklyn, NY 11237
  • SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 23- North Shore Animal League will be hosting an adoption event at Petland Discounts from 12-5pm. All adopted animals will be receive one free veterinary exam and a free month of pet health insurance!
    Petland Discounts
    860 Manhattan Avenue
    Brooklyn, NY


  • The annual Whiskers in Wonderland adoption event, organized by the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC Animals, provided furry friends with a home for the holidays. Around 200 cats, kittens, and rabbits, from participating organizations were adopted.
    [Time Warner Cable News 1]
  • At the Humane Awards Luncheon on Thursday, November 13th, the ASPCA presented NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton with the Public Service Award for his efforts in combatting animal cruelty. Bratton is reponsible for the decision forcing the NYPD to preside over investigations of animal neglect and abuse, formerly a responsibility of the ASPCA.
    [Daily News]
  • Fenwick Keats Real Estate, a New York based brokerage will be awarded a New York’s Kindest Award given by Animal Care & Control of NYC (AC&C) for its generous donations to the ASPCA and regularly held adoption events.
    [PR Newswire]
  • Come dine at New York’s first permanent “cat cafe” beginning December 15th! The official cat club, Meow Parlour, will open at 46 Hester St., and around the corner will be a new Meow Parlour Patisserie, where the baked goods will be prepared. Enjoy some treats while surrounded by cats up for adoption.
    [AM New York]