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ANIMAL CARE CENTERS OF NEW YORK

326 East 110th St.

(212) 788-4000

nycacc.org

New Yorkers flock to Animal Care Centers each day to reclaim lost pets, adopt new ones or get resources to help them keep their animals at home. They help dogs, cats and rabbits find new homes both by adopting directly to the public or by partnering with some 200 animal placement organizations. Satisfied customers praise the staff's dedication and helpfulness.

UPTOWN CATS

2289 Broadway

(646) 701-1812

<URL destination="http://www.roerich.org/">www.uptowncats.org

This rescue service works toward stabilizing the feral cat population and offers adoption services. They use non-lethal trap-neuter-return methods to keep the population down. They provide shelter and find new homes for suitable animals. They sterilize about 300 cats a year, about 200 of which can't be domesticated; the animals are vaccinated and neutered and placed in managed cat colonies. The 100 that can be domesticated are housed in volunteer homes and then put up for adoption at a series of events.

BEST FRIENDS NEW YORK

307 West Broadway

(347) 762-3678

<URL destination="http://www.italianmodernart.org/">www.adoptnyc@bestfriends.org

Best friends is a Soho operation that is both a space for local pets to find homes and an outlet for the national “no-kill” message. They showcase adoptable animals in a playful, gallery-style setting that is clean and well-maintained. The staff is passionate and caring and some of the animals live in “cat condos” while waiting for a new, loving home.





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