BROOKLYN, NY – For the next two weekends in September, the Health Department and Animal Care & Control of NYC, in partnership with NYC Parks, the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals, State Senator Martin J. Golden and Assemblyman Joseph Borelli, will provide free vaccinations against rabies to dogs and cats in Brooklyn and Staten Island. Rabies occurs in New York City in bats, raccoons, and occasionally in cats; vaccinating your pet provides protection if they are bitten by one of these animals.
Event details are as follows:
– Sunday, September 14 (10 a.m.-2 p.m.) – Salt Marsh Nature Center: 3301 Avenue U, Brooklyn, NY 11234
– Saturday, September 20 (10 a.m.-2 p.m.) – Blue Heron Nature Center: 222 Poillon Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10312
Sophie Gamand Photography has released a new series called “Flower Power, Pit Bulls of the Revolution”.
BROOKLYN NY – We want to thank Sophie for taking these beautiful photos of our pups. All these beautiful pups are looking for their forever homes at our Sunset Park shelter located at 551 39th Street, Brooklyn NY 11232 – 347-599-1500.
We are very much in need of some cleaning supplies and have to reach out to ask our friends, families & followers for your help. Please go to our wish list on Amazon to view our list of needed items: SCAR AMAZON LIST.
Please also feel free to stop by either of our locations to drop of donations such as bleach, paper towels, cleaning & janitorial items.
— SUNSET PARK
551 39th Street, Brooklyn, New York 11232
— WINDSOR TERRACE
153 East 3rd Street, Brooklyn, New York 11218
SCAR does their part to help save 40 cats from a notorious Ridgewood Animal Hoarder’s home…
40 flea-infested cats were rescued from a notorious Ridgewood Animal Hoarder’s home. Almost all had fleas and ear mites. Some had upper respiratory infections, and at least two were pregnant.
Many of the cats from this rescue are currently available for adoption at our Sunset Park location. If you’d like to give one of these wonderful cats a home, please stop by the shelter located at 551 39th St. Brooklyn NY 11232 or give us a call at 347-599-1500
Kendra Mara (left) of Animal Haven and Debbie Fierro of the Mayor’s Alliance
Veterinarian Michael Berman finds a corneal defect on one of the many cats that were removed from a hoarder’s home.
The cats were hauled off in carriers for medical examinations.
Trash covers the back patio of a cat hoarder’s home in Ridgewood. “People think just feeding cats is sufficient, but they feed and breed.”