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Broadway Barks 18 - July 30, 2016
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Free Workshop: Bottle-Feeding & Care of Orphaned Kittens
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Adoptapalooza Prospect Park - Saturday, August 6, 2016
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Matilda's Annual Celebration and Cat Fashion Show - August 10, 2016
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Bark in the Park - August 14, 2016
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Free Workshop: Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) and Colony Care
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Paws N Claws Eyewear
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Leo? Make your birthday count for NYC's shelter pets this month!
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Adopt a Pet!
Featured News, Events & Initiatives
July 30: Broadway Barks 18

July 30: Broadway Barks 18

Broadway Barks is a free, star-studded dog and cat adoptathon benefiting NYC animal groups. The annual event takes place in Shubert Alley, with festivities and celebrity presentations of adoptable pets from citywide animal shelters.

August 2: Bottle-Feeding & Care of Orphaned Kittens Workshop

August 2: Bottle-Feeding & Care of Orphaned Kittens Workshop

Learn the skills needed to navigate all the stages of kitten care, and what equipment, formula, and bottle-feeding techniques get the best results.

August 6: Adoptapalooza Prospect Park

August 6: Adoptapalooza Prospect Park

On Saturday, August 6, Prospect Park will become the pet adoption capital of Brooklyn as the Alliance and Petco Foundation present Adoptapalooza.

August 10: Matilda's Annual Celebration and Cat Fashion Show

August 10: Matilda's Annual Celebration and Cat Fashion Show

Every year The Algonquin Hotel honors its most famous resident, Matilda III, The Algonquin Cat, with a celebration.

August 14: Bark in the Park

August 14: Bark in the Park

Bring your dog to the ballgame, or come and adopt a new best friend, as the Brooklyn Cyclones take on the West Virginia Black Bears!

Photos: Adoptapalooza Riis Park

Photos: Adoptapalooza Riis Park

Sponsored by Rockapup, Riis Park Beach Bazaar, and the Alliance, more than 100 dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens were available for adoption from NYC area shelters and rescue groups at Adoptapalooza Riis Park on June 25.

Photos: Adoptapalooza Long Island City

Photos: Adoptapalooza Long Island City

150 dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens were available for adoption at Adoptapalooza at Koeppel Subaru in Long Island City on May 22!!

My Cat From Hell: Gotham Feral Cats

My Cat From Hell: Gotham Feral Cats

Kathleen and Mike from the Alliance's NYC Feral Cat Initiative helped Jackson Galaxy train a father-son community cat caretaker team in ‪TNR‬ on the May 14 episode of Animal Planet's My Cat From Hell.

Fashion & Animal Welfare Collide as Paws N Claws Eyewear Partners with Alliance

Fashion & Animal Welfare Collide as Paws N Claws Eyewear Partners with Alliance

Paws N Claws Eyewear is pleased to announce their new partnership with Brand Ambassador Stephanie Mattera and the Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals.

Red Hook Community Cats TNR'ed, Thanks to NYCFCI

Red Hook Community Cats TNR'ed, Thanks to NYCFCI

The NYCFCI worked with organizations, elected officials, and volunteers to TNR community cats living at the PANYNJ Marine Terminal in Red Hook, Brooklyn.


2014 Progress Report

2014 Progress Report

In 2014, the Alliance for NYC's Animals held steady on course to become a community where no healthy or treatable cats or dogs are killed simply because they do not have homes.

2014 Annual Report

2014 Annual Report

This year, in partnership with 150 Alliance Participating Organizations (APOs), we achieved a groundbreaking 87% community-wide Live Release Rate for New York City's shelter animals.

Every Donation Makes a Difference

Every Donation Makes a Difference

You can help homeless dogs and cats find permanent, loving homes by supporting the programs that aid 150+ rescue groups and shelters in our city.

Volunteer with the Mayor's Alliance

Volunteer for NYC's Animals

Volunteers are a critical part of our success, and essential to achieving our collective goal of saving the lives of homeless animals in New York City.

Adopt a Pet

Adopt a Pet

Adopt a Little New Yorker Today! Your new best friend is waiting for you right now at an Alliance Participating Organization (APO) or at an adoption event in New York City.

Spay or Neuter Your Pet

Spay or Neuter Your Pet

Spaying or neutering your pet reduces euthanasia by preventing unwanted litters, and improves the health and behavior of your cat or dog.

Microchip Your Pet

Microchip Your Pet

Having your pets microchipped is one of the best ways to increase the chance that, if your pet becomes lost or stolen and winds up at an animal shelter or veterinary office, he or she can be returned to you.

License Your Dog

License Your Dog

Licensing contributes to animal control and the protection of the public health. The law requires that all owned dogs be licensed with the dog license tag attached to his/her collar while in public. Dog owners may be fined for violation of these laws.

Affordable Pet Services

Affordable Pet Services

New York City has several programs in place to help struggling pet owners continue to provide their furry family members with veterinary care, food, and other necessities when finances are tight.

Take a Trap-Neuter-Return Workshop

Take a Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) Workshop

Become a Certified TNR Caretaker! Learn how to care for the feral and stray cats in your community and become eligible for free and low-cost services and support.

Brand New Amazon Charity Program Makes Us Smile

Amazon Charity Program Makes Us Smile

Designate the Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals as your AmazonSmile charity, and Amazon will automatically donate 0.5% of your purchases to help save the lives of NYC's homeless pets when you shop at smile.amazon.com.

Your Online Shopping Can Save NYC's Pets!

Your Online Shopping Can Save NYC's Pets!

Shop with iGive.com and your everyday purchases from over 1,500 online stores will benefit NYC's homeless pets at no additional cost to you!


New York City Feral Cat Initiative

New York City Feral Cat Initiative

A program of the Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals, the NYC Feral Cat Initiative is committed to solving New York City's feral cat overpopulation crisis through the humane, non-lethal method of Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR).

Wheels of Hope

Wheels of Hope

Wheels of Hope, the Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals transport van program, carries animals from from Animal Care & Control of NYC (AC&C) shelters to other shelters and rescue groups for adoption.

Helping Pets and People in Crisis

Helping Pets and People in Crisis

The Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals' Helping Pets and People in Crisis program provides assistance to individuals and families fleeing domestic violence; seniors requiring medical care outside of their home; and families facing eviction or other temporary setbacks.

Miles For Paws

Miles For Paws

Join the race to save NYC's homeless animals! If you can walk, run, wheel, or swim, you can help us go the distance towards our lifesaving goal.

 

Dramatic Progress Toward a No-Kill NYC

2014 Progress Report

 More than 8 out of 10 lives saved

  More than 60,000
spay/neuter surgeries

  More than 15,000
transfers from AC&C

  More than 13,700 transports through Wheels of Hope

More than 275,000 lives saved since 2003!

The Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals is a coalition of 150+ non-profit shelters and rescue groups working to end the killing of healthy and treatable cats and dogs at our city shelters, Animal Care Centers of NYC (AC&C).

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