New York City is not a hospitable environment for homeless animals. Luckily, this has led to the growth of a strong animal rescue network in New York. City Critters, Inc. is a small cat rescue and adoption organization located and operating in the borough of Manhattan (New York City). City Critters works in conjunction with other groups to place stray and abandoned cats, as well as to reduce euthanasia at the municipal shelter system by accepting their animals for placement through their network. Their mission is to reduce the suffering and death of animals in NYC by rescuing and placing stray and abandoned cats, kittens, and occasionally dogs; by promoting the spay/neuter of all companion animals; by educating the public on local animal issues; by offering advice or assistance to local individuals on problems involving homeless cats and dogs; and by working within our community to support the human-animal bond in all ways possible.
SPCA International is pleased to help support the work of this organization through the Shelter of the Week Grant Program. This grant will go a long way to helping with their life saving efforts.
To Donate to City Critters please send checks to:
City Critters Inc.
P.O. Box 1345
Canal Street Station
New York NY 10013
And for more information, to adopt, volunteer or foster please visit their website: http://www.citycritters.org/
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