Three weeks after rescuing 300 animals from severe neglect in Alabama, the ASPCA is thrilled to announce that many are ready for a forever home. Meet some of these amazing dogs and cats and help spread the word about our adoption event this weekend.
When Godzilla came to the ASPCA, he tested positive for FIV. But the disease had no effect on the cat’s sweet heart, and a loving adopter saw what an amazing companion he could be. Now he is thriving in his new forever home.
Before you let your dog partake in outdoor activities, the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center wants to alert you to the dangers of blue-green algae. Learn about this highly toxic pet poison and find out what you can do to keep your animals safe in these warm summer months.
The ASPCA is pleased to announce a new collaboration with the New York City Police Foundation’s Crime Stoppers program, which will allow the public to easily and anonymously provide information about animal cruelty crimes in New York City’s five boroughs.