Vans Releases Dog- and Cat-Themed Shoes, Hosts Event in Support of the ASPCA

Tuesday, March 11, 2014 - 11:45am
Vans Dog- and Cat-Themed Shoes

Here at the ASPCA, we’re of the mindset that if you love animals, you should let the world know it! We can’t think of a better way to spread the word than by taking a stroll in adorable Vans X ASPCA dog- and cat-themed shoes designed in support of the ASPCA’s life-saving work for animals.

These slip-on and lace-up shoes are available for adults, kids and toddlers. You can order them online or find them in Vans or Journeys retail stores. Vans is also offering dog- and cat-themed hats and backpacks, as well as an ASPCA pug T-shirt.

Are you in the New York City area? Vans and the ASPCA are teaming up to host a special pet adoption event on Saturday, March 22, from 1:00 to 4:00 P.M. The event, which will be held at the House of Vans at 25 Franklin Street in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, will feature adoptable dogs and cats from the ASPCA Adoption Center and Animal Care & Control of New York City. We’ll also have food trucks, gifts and an interactive photo booth on site. Two-legged guests of all ages are welcome to attend!

Vans Dog- and Cat-Themed Collection

ASPCA Vans Flyer




They look neat but I didn't see any in men's size 13. Maybe I will just have to buy them for my son even though they are too big for him at moment.


How can we order please???????????

Hannah or


Unfortunately the ones I wanted are out of stock, for cats have not seen yet, and they are not showing the backpacks yet! :(

Hannah and had the entire line still in stock on their websites today.


A few models are vegan, the hi-tops aren't. As someone else commented, if they are being made in support of animals all the models should be vegan.


From what I have seen and done research on them and there is no leather. All canvas with a rubber sole


Please make more of the slip on shoes. Sold out : (

Hannah and have them in stock!


I may have missed it, but is Vans donating any proceeds at all from the dog/cat print to the ASPCA or just capitalizing from their wonderful reputation? I do like them, but it may make a difference for me.