Staten Island Hope Animal Rescue

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Thousands of cats and dogs will be available for free adoption May 31 and June 1 from more than 80 New York City area rescue groups and shelters including Pet Lovers United Together as One (P.L.U.T.O.) Rescue, Louie's Legacy and Staten Island Hope Rescue on Staten Island. The latter group will also be among the many participants at two large, outdoor adoption events in Union Square, Manhattan.

Saturday: May 31
Free dog and cat adoptions: Meet dogs and cats in the care of Pet Lovers United Together as One (P.L.U.T.O.) Rescue of Richmond County, at Petco in Charleston Shopping Center, 2752 Veterans Rd. West, noon to 3 p.m. All adoptions Saturday and Sunday will be free of charge as part of Maddie's Pet Adoption Days. View the animals at
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We are a charitable animal rescue, adoption organization servicing Monmouth County, NJ and Staten Island, NY. Our main focus is to find homes for the homeless animals in our care, and to educate the public on the importance of spay/neuter of pets in order to reduce the number of unwanted animals who end up in shelters. F.F.I.N., also believes in trap, neuter and return of feral cats who have a responsible caretaker.
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Did you know that millions of pets are unnecessarily euthanized each year in the United States. LCAR is working to change the way shelters treat these precious animals so that this senseless loss and incredible cruelty can one day end. These animals are highly adoptable and die each day because of legislative deficits, lack of resources and limited chances of local adoption. We rescue these animals regardless of age, breed or general health, trying to save as many as we can from death by underwriting the cost of relocating to "NO KILL" facilities and foster homes while finding the adoptive furever families that they all deserve. We network with other rescue organizations to transfer animals from our shelter partners into adoption programs and to educate shelters on reform and assist them in achieving “NO KILL” regardless of current legislation. To date, LCAR has rescued thousands of animals and is growing everyday thanks to the support of our volunteers, fosters, adopters, donors and sponsors.STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. - People hoping to adopt a cat from a city shelter for Christmas or Hanukkah were disappointed after a breakout of bird flu sickened 125 shelter felines, and adoptions were suspended while Animal Care Centers of NYC gets a hold on the virus.