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The good news: New York City Animal Care and Control (NYCACC) has finally hired a medical director after more than three years. The bad news: this is a very curious choice. After more than three years without a medical director … Continue reading
This is one of those I really don’t want to write. Hurricane Katrina was probably more than anything what promoted Best Friends from a regional to a national player in animal welfare. Their response to the disaster was forceful – … Continue reading
The most important and largely uncovered story of New York City’s Animal Care and Control (NYCACC) remains this: in a time of widespread tragedy when animal care services were sorely needed in New York City, NYCACC abandoned its mission and … Continue reading
This is a special post, a targeted post, one just for you folks who think that the use of graphic images of animal death and torture in the service of “raising awareness” for animal advocacy is a good idea and … Continue reading
I obviously have an axe to grind, so some people aren’t inclined to take me at my word, which is fine. This woman certainly doesn’t seem to have an axe to grind and wrote an incredibly kind piece about New … Continue reading
A departure, for the moment, from the subject of the NYCACC. For years it has been my habit to write about special dogs I have known who have passed on, typically dogs I have known in rescue, dogs I have … Continue reading
Well, it’s certainly not on hold now, and she’s getting desperate. NYS Assemblywoman Amy Paulin sent out this letter a few days ago to members of the Assembly. You may also download your own copy of the letter. It’s pretty … Continue reading
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Last time we looked at the relationship between Maddie’s Fund and New York City Animal Care and Control, we looked at how NYCACC data is falsified to keep the grant money flowing to the Mayor’s Alliance, and I’d suggest taking … Continue reading