Shari is a social and friendly cat who loves playtime—it’s no wonder she’s a staff favorite! This long-haired beauty would be thrilled to go home with an adopter who will keep her looking and feeling her best with plenty of grooming and daily playtime with her favorite mouse toy.
Shari likes attention, but at times she can be sensitive about being picked up. This pretty lady prefers to have all four paws on the ground. Sometimes when she’s in a playful mood, Shari may grab on to your hands or nip your fingers, but our Adoptions team can help you correct this behavior. Shari would do best with an experienced adopter who is good at reading cat body language, and she prefers to be the only pet in an adults-only home. Visit our Adoption Center to meet Shari today!
Shariis available for adoption at the ASPCA Adoption Center. If you are interested in adopting Shari, please call our Adoptions Department in New York City at (212) 876-7700 ext. 4120. To learn more about Shari, please visit her profile page.
Watch Shari in action at the ASPCA Adoption Center by checking out the video below.
Cronus is a gentle giant who can’t wait to be your new best friend. He may be a little shy at first, but once he gets to know you, this goofball will never leave your side. His favorite thing? Playtime! This energetic boy is ready to run around with you all afternoon long.
Cronus is a smart dog who is learning to walk politely on a leash, but already knows his basic manners like sit, stay, down and roll over. Sometimes he can get nervous around other dogs and would love to go to a home with an experienced adopter where he can be the only dog. Stop by our Adoption Center to meet Cronus today!
Cronusis available for adoption at the ASPCA Adoption Center. If you are interested in adopting Cronus, please call our Adoptions Department in New York City at (212) 876-7700 ext. 4120. To learn more about Cronus, please visit his profile page.
Check out the video below to see Cronus play with his friend at the ASPCA Adoption Center.
When we rescue dogs from lives of fighting, we eagerly await the day that we’ll be able to share stories of their new lives as beloved pets. One such dog is Lucy, a sweet pup who was one of 367 dogs we rescued from a multi-state dog fighting ring in 2013. On the dog fighting property in Alabama, Lucy had been left to suffer in extreme heat with no visible fresh water or food. After her rescue, she received veterinary care and behavioral enrichment from the ASPCA and was later transferred Bully Project, a local rescue group in New York City. She was ready to find her perfect forever family, and a few months later, Peter and Anthony stepped in to fill that role.
“Anthony and I had been looking to adopt a dog for three years, but constantly found ourselves in a state of transition that made owning a dog difficult,” says Peter. After settling in Harlem, New York, the couple began to browse adoptable pets at New York City shelters and rescue groups. Their landlord introduced them to Bully Project in April.
“When we were shown a picture of Lucy, it was love at first sight,” says Peter. “We met her the next day and decided there and then to adopt her. Five days later we adopted her into her forever home.”
Lucy’s new life—with a bed to call her own, plenty of toys and lots of love—couldn’t be more different than the life of suffering she experienced before we rescued her.
“Having Lucy is amazing,” says Peter. “This is a first-time experience for both of us, and while there are many things to learn about having a dog—and about Lucy specifically—and there are adjustments we need to make to our lifestyle, we wouldn’t have it any other way. While Lucy can be timid and shy at first, she is incredibly sweet and loving. Watching her personality come out as she becomes more comfortable around us is heartwarming and entertaining all at the same time.”
We’re thrilled that Lucy has found such a loving place to call home.
“We are as excited to come home to Lucy as she is for us to come home to her,” Peter says.
This Mother’s Day, the ASPCA Adoption Center is offering various adoption specials in the hopes of finding special moms (or dads) for our many adorable cats and dogs in search of loving homes. If you have two-legged or four-legged kids at home already, or you’re considering adopting, now is a great time to expand your family!
From Friday, May 8 through Sunday, May 17, we’ll be offering the following adoption specials:
Cats older than 1 year will have their adoption fee waived
Kittens younger than 1 year are “AOGO,” or, adopt one kitten and the second kitten has no adoption fee
Dog adoption fees are reduced by 50%
All adopters will receive a free custom-engraved heart shaped ID tag
All cats will go home with a free cardboard carrier
All dogs will receive a free collar and leash
As always, all pets are vaccinated, spayed/neutered and microchipped
Not in the New York City area? Visit our Adopt section to find adoptable dogs and cats in your local shelter. Thanks for making pet adoption your first option!
While there are many differences between being a pet parent and parenting a child, we think there are some similarities, too. Here are some of the adorable dogs and cats at our Adoption Center who would love to be your furkid.
Looking for a fun and friendly feline companion? Then Ginny’s your girl. This social cat thinks playtime is the best time. She’d be thrilled to go home with a new family who will spend time playing with her and give her plenty of daily exercise. If Ginny’s not getting enough attention, she’ll look for ways to amuse herself—like pouncing on feet as they walk by. But this pretty girl also enjoys her space and will let you know when she’s ready for a little alone time.
Ginny prefers to be the Queen Bee and should be the only cat in an adults-only home. She would do best with an experienced adopter who is good at reading feline body language. Adopt Ginny today!
Ginny is available for adoption at the ASPCA Adoption Center. If you are interested in adopting Ginny, please call our Adoptions Department in New York City at (212) 876-7700 ext. 4120. To learn more about Ginny, please visit her profile page.
Check out the video below to see Ginny play with her friends at the ASPCA Adoption Center.