September is National Preparedness Month, and we’re helping pet parents get ready to face a natural disaster or emergency before it strikes. Here are three things you can do this month to help your pets weather a storm.
Catsup and his siblings were brought to the ASPCA when they were just three days old. Born on the streets of New York, they became some of the very first patients at the ASPCA’s new neonatal kitten ward. Now, Catsup is thriving in his forever home—and relishing the experience!
The ASPCA is offering a $2,500 reward for information leading to an arrest in the case of a deceased cat discovered inside a cooler with a rope tied around its neck on September 2 in Lee County, Florida.
Best buddies Mario and Ricky like to take it slow, but these shy guys will warm up in no time for some yummy treats and an afternoon spent relaxing in their favorite chair. Adopt Mario and Ricky today!
A chorus of north Florida bugs buzzed loudly while an animal control officer from Baltimore methodically scraped thin layers of sandy earth out of a shallow “grave.” The officer was one of about ten participants from across the country that attended an Animal Crime Scene Workshop in Gainesville, Florida.