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Mobile Adoption vehicle invite 150pxAC&C is on the Move!
Animal Care & Control of NYC now has a Mobile Adoption Center, made possible by the ASPCA® and FENWICK KEATS Real Estate! The brand new vehicle will enable AC&C to bring shelter dogs and cats to New Yorkers wishing to adopt throughout the five boroughs, saving more animals’ lives in the process. Please join us on Sunday, February 9 for the official unveiling and inaugural adoption event. View invitation »
Bentley at homeSuccess in 2013 Raises the Bar for 2014
At the beginning of January, Bentley, formerly known as Butter, became the first rabbit adopted from AC&C in 2014. Bengi and Rockster were among the first dog adoptions, and Ferb, Fulton, and Lolita among the very first cats. They're just some of the thousands of wonderful animals in NYC who will find forever homes this year, as we continue to build on last year's progress in increasing adoptions and raising awareness. Learn more »
Dr. Levin, 150pxDr. Levin Joins AC&C
AC&C started the year off by welcoming a new Medical Director, Lisa Hara Levin, DVM. In her first month, Dr. Levin has been getting to know everyone at AC&C's various locations, familiarizing herself with the organization and bringing a passionate energy to work every day. Learn more »

Art to the Rescue for eNewsART to the Rescue

Head to the Marlborough Gallery on March 4 for an exciting evening where art and animal lovers come together for a cause--to raise money for New York City's homeless, abandoned, injured or sick animals in need of help. Art to the Rescue features an exhibition by Grisha Bruskin & Bill Jacklin, as well as great cocktails and auctions! Buy tickets »

 
January/February 2014
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Adoption Spotlight: Boyboi
Boyboi (pictured above), "likes to snuggle on your lap for a good petting" and "is perfect for someone who wants a sweet middle-sized bundle of doggie love."  Learn more »


Happy Tails: Tony
In January, AC&C became aware of a potentially abandoned cat in a Brooklyn building, and dispatched a Field officer to pick him up. Learn more »


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