My heart goes out to everyone as we struggle together with the spread of COVID-19 causing a national health crisis. I truly hope that the information below helps keep you, and your pets, safe during the upcoming weeks. I wish everyone well. I know that we’ll all get through this crisis together—along with our pets!
More than 100 mostly small breed dogs and puppies arrived on our Port Washington, NY campus with our Rescue Team on two Mobile Rescue Units, filled to capacity, this past weekend. They were rescued from awful conditions in Missouri and Oklahoma through a large-scale collaborative effort with National Mill Dog Rescue and five local Read More
Learn how the new coronavirus disease, COVID-19, may affect you and your pets, and how you can take precautions to protect yourself, your family, and your furry friends.
Sometimes I do wonder about what my pet cats, as well as my foster felines, are thinking about. I just saw that January 22nd is “National Answer Your Cat’s Questions Day” and I had to laugh. How perfect is that? Just the other day, I was wondering what Helen Rose might ask me.
Forty-eight dogs, from overcrowded shelters in Texas, were handed down from the Mobile Rescue Unit at North Shore Animal League America’s Port Washington, NY campus to waiting volunteers and staff yesterday. Most were eager to stretch their legs after the long journey from Abilene, Texas. They were mostly adult small breed mixes with Chihuahua, Read More
Once Padme was finished with her job of being a mama to her eight puppies, which were rescued with her from Mississippi, she was ready to find a loving home through our Adoption Center. But little did she realize that her potential adopters was already part of the North Shore Animal League America family. Read More
Seven volunteers from Tito’s Handmade Vodka arrived on North Shore Animal League America’s Port Washington, NY campus on January 22nd. They were ready, willing, and able to jump right in and help us care for our homeless dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens to honor a colleague who is battling a health issue. What a Read More
When North Shore Animal League America got the emergency call from shelter partner, Georgia Animal Rescue Defense, to help with 178 Pomeranians who were surrendered from a backyard breeder, our Rescue Team sprung into action. As soon as they arrived on the scene with our Mobile Rescue Unit, our Rescue Team could see that these dogs had been severely neglected.
Animal League America supporter and friend, Rachael Ray donates $1 million to aid organizations fighting Australian wildfires. Learn how you can help.
North Shore Animal League America’s Rescue Team received a cry for help from the Georgia Coalition, a group of shelter partners we regularly work with in the south. There were three mama dogs with pups that would be euthanized if they couldn’t find a place for them right away. We immediately said we’d take them, and they were all put on a lifesaving transport directly to our Port Washington, NY campus.