Cece is a shy but sweet kitty who likes to play hard to get. She wants to interact with you, but she needs a bit of time to warm up to you first. Once she feels comfortable, she’ll initiate playtime!
Cece is one of the special felines in the ASPCA Office Foster Cat program, which means she’s spent a lot of quality time in an office with an ASPCA staff member. This has helped her come out of her shell, and she’s ready to join a loving family. She’d do best in an adults-only home without other cats. AdoptCecetoday!
Cece is available for adoption at the ASPCA Adoption Center. If you are interested in adopting please call our Adoptions department in New York City at (212) 876-7700, ext. 4120. To learn more about Cece, please visit her page.
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Whether you’re already camped out for the Black Friday sales or avoiding the crowds like the plague, there’s one promotional event happening this Friday that we can all get behind—Cat Friday at the ASPCA!
If you attend Friday’s event but don’t meet your feline match, you’ll receive a voucher for $20 off cat adoption fees, valid for three months. Consider skipping the lines and crowds to meet your new best furry friend this Friday!
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Tito is a super-affectionate canine who’ll stick to you like glue once he gets to know you. He is known to form very strong bonds with his people. He also enjoys playing with other dogs, but needs a bit of guidance to learn to play with good manners. Tito already knows Sit, and would love to have you spend some time teaching him cool new tricks.
As adorable as Tito is in photos, we think he’s even cuter in person! This special pup would do best in a home with experienced dog people and teens 15-and-up. Adopt Tito today!
Tito is available for adoption at the ASPCA Adoption Center. If you are interested in adopting please call our Adoptions department in New York City at (212) 876-7700, ext. 4900. To learn more about Tito, please visit his page.
A group of amazing people and animals will be honored today at the 2013 ASPCA Humane Awards Luncheon in New York City. The annual ceremony recognizes special animals and individuals who made a positive and lasting impact during the past year.
The 2013 Humane Awards winners include:
ASPCA Cat of the Year
Koshka was a stray cat when she struck up a friendship with Staff Sgt. Jesse Knott at a base in southern Afghanistan. Koshka was a pleasant reminder of life at home in Oregon. Koshka stayed by Knott’s side, helping him through some of his darkest moments at war. Knott’s parents helped him bring Koshka home with him to Oregon, where she now peacefully resides.
ASPCA Tommy P. Monahan Kid of the Year
Six-year-old Catherine Hubbard had a natural ability to connect and care for animals. She designed her own business cards and appointed herself head of “Catherine’s Animal Shelter” with the title “Care Taker.” On December 14, 2012, Catherine was among 20 children killed during a shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. Catherine’s parents chose to honor Catherine by asking that donations be made to The Animal Center in Newtown. With these funds, The Animal Center hopes to build the Catherine Violet Hubbard Animal Sanctuary.
ASPCA Dog of the Year
In September 2012, an animal control officer in Dekalb County, Georgia, responded to a call reporting an extremely malnourished abandoned pit bull puppy. The officer took the fragile puppy, on the verge of death, to the Dekalb Animal Shelter. Chrissy Kaczynski, one of the founders of Friends of Dekalb Animals (FODA) took her home. Remarkably, the puppy bounced back, prompting Chrissy to name her Xena the Warrior Puppy. Xena later became a companion for eight-year-old Jonny, who is autistic. Jonny and Xena spread a message of compassion for both animals and those with autism throughout America and 89 countries, territories and provinces around the world.
Mona’s not the type of cat to rush into things. She’s a bit sensitive, and would prefer to get to know you before letting you pet her. But once you befriend Mona, you’ll see that she’s a sweet cat who loves attention! When she’s feeling relaxed, Mona will come out of her shell for lots of playtime with laser and wand toys.
Mona would do best in a quiet household with experienced cat-adopters, including teens 14-and-up. Adopt Mona today!
Mona is available for adoption at the ASPCA Adoption Center. If you are interested in adopting please call our Adoptions department in New York City at (212) 876-7700, ext. 4900. To learn more about Mona, please visit her page.