2015 in Review In 2015, we took in more than 30,000 cats and dogs; had a live-release-rate (cats and dogs) of 86%; and decreased euthanasia to its lowest rate in history. The New York Times took note of the progress in an article and video published earlier this month.
In 2016, we're going to continue our efforts to reduce intake, increase placement, and build awareness. And we need your help to do it. Learn more »
Borough President Brewer Makes New X-ray Machine a Reality A digital X-ray machine, made possible thanks to capital funding secured by Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer (seen here with ACC's Dr. Benetato) is now in use at our Manhattan Care Center. Learn more »
Home Sweet Home Last year ended and the new year began with two great reunion stories: Simba the cat was returned to his Staten Island family with the help of a microchip, as NY1 reports, and Dixie (pictured here) flew from New York to Alabama to be with her humans! Read the NY Daily News story »
Happy Tail: Queenie 10-year-old Queenie was adopted from our Brooklyn Care Center just days before Christmas, and her amazing adopters made a heartwarming movie celebrating their new family member. We love seeing how great Queenie is doing in her new home! Watch the video »
Adoption Spotlight: Shadow Looking for a very cuddly canine? Then check out Shadow, a friendly, affectionate approximately one-year-old pup. Learn more »
December Statistics (Cats and dogs) Adoptions: 576 New Hope placements: 930 Returned-to-Owner: 153 Live Release Rate: 86.5%
Statistics for each month are available online toward the end of the following month.
The New York's Kindest Monthly Giving Program You can help provide ongoing support for NYC's homeless and abandoned animals for as little as 50¢ a day! Become a monthly donor »
Volunteers Wanted We're now holding volunteer orientations in every borough! At our first Bronx orientation, coming up Feb. 1, learn about our new Community Dogs Program as well as other volunteer opportunities. Sign up »