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After a longish break I’ve been participating in some pulls of animals from New York City Animal Care and Control. It seems some policies have changed in my absence – and not necessarily for the better. Previously nearly any animal … Continue reading
The next board meeting of New York City Animal Care and Control will be on Friday, June 14 at 10:30AM. You can’t say you didn’t have enough warning – get the day off now. Come, learn, speak.
On May 6 a cat named Martinez came into New York City Animal Care and Control (NYCACC). Martinez, a 5 year old female, had been found stuck in the radiator system of a college dorm building. She was dehydrated, emaciated, … Continue reading
(Warning for people with sensitive stomachs: this blog contains an icky picture, and links may contain photos of PETA’s victims. It’s not gratuitous, I promise.) Short one tonight, folks. I need some sleep. But this is pissing me off. PETA … Continue reading
I attended today’s forum for NYC mayoral candidates on animal issues in NYC. I was pleasantly surprised to see the forum very well attended by animal activists of all focuses, and this forum was indeed historic: it was attended by … Continue reading
I attended the recent New York City Council Health Committee hearing on oversight of New York City Animal Care and Control. I’ll spare you the recap of the meeting because Shelter Reform Action Committee has done their usual excellent job … Continue reading
From Shelter Reform Action Committee’s excellent blog comes notice of a NYC council committee meeting next week on the subject of oversight of New York City’s Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and their contractor, New York City’s Animal Care … Continue reading
This story starts with a dog named Noriega. Now, let me start by saying that shelters need to stop naming dogs stupid things. But when Pets Alive took over the old Elmsford Animal Shelter, there were lots of dogs named … Continue reading
Here’s a random thought from a motorcyclist and dog fan. This is a Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14. It is one of the most powerful production motorcycles in the world, with a top speed electronically limited to 187 MPH. It will do … Continue reading