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Animals, Cats, and Dogs: An Open Letter to The People of New York City We need your help. We are overrun with dogs, cats, kittens and rabbits. We are taking in 75-100 animals per day and right now we have over 630 animals in our care. Our placement rate remains high but pets are staying in our care longer and we are running out of room. For the first time in years we have begun using pop-up crates in hallways and offices to house dogs We have done some exciting things to get animals out of the shelter. Our BoroughBreak and StrayCation programs have been met with overwhelming success and support and our New Hope adoption partners have repeatedly stepped up to the place, pulling as many pets and they can, but we need more New Yorkers to help. The goal is to get as many animals out of the shelter as possible, for as long as possible until the wave of intakes subsides. What can you do? Come to the shelters. Come to adopt. Come to Foster. Come to foster-to-adopt. Share profiles of our available pets on your social media. Browse our pets via website listings or on our mobile app. Share this letter as a call to action. *To learn more please visit nycacc.org or better yet head over to the shelter so we can assist you in person! Email responses may be delayed as we have all hands on deck to assist adopters and fosters at the care centers first. Please note - our animals are adopted out on a first-come, first-serve basis so hurry over if you see a boroughbred you like!* There is no better time to join the movement to end animal homelessness in New York City. Locations Adoption Hours: Noon to 8 pm, Mon-Fri, 10am to 6pm, Sat &Sun Brooklyn 2336 Linden Boulevard Staten Island Manhattan 3139 Veterans Road West 326 East 110th Street Staten Island, NY 10309 Brooklyn, NY 11208 New York, NY 10029 ACC Animal Care Centers of NYC nycacc.org Considering that we all are here for the awws, maybe some of us can help the floofs.
Animals, Cats, and Dogs: An Open Letter to
 The People of New York City
 We need your help. We are overrun with dogs, cats, kittens and rabbits. We are taking
 in 75-100 animals per day and right now we have over 630 animals in our care.
 Our placement rate remains high but pets are staying in our care longer and we are
 running out of room. For the first time in years we have begun using pop-up crates in
 hallways and offices to house dogs
 We have done some exciting things to get animals out of the shelter. Our BoroughBreak
 and StrayCation programs have been met with overwhelming success and support and
 our New Hope adoption partners have repeatedly stepped up to the place, pulling as
 many pets and they can, but we need more New Yorkers to help.
 The goal is to get as many animals out of the shelter as possible, for as long as possible
 until the wave of intakes subsides.
 What can you do?
 Come to the shelters. Come to adopt. Come to Foster. Come to foster-to-adopt.
 Share profiles of our available pets on your social media. Browse our pets via
 website listings
 or on our mobile app.
 Share this letter as a call to action.
 *To learn more please visit nycacc.org or better yet head over to the shelter so we can assist you in person!
 Email responses may be delayed as we have all hands on deck to assist adopters and fosters at the care
 centers first. Please note - our animals are adopted out on a first-come, first-serve basis so hurry over if you
 see a boroughbred you like!*
 There is no better time to join the movement to end animal homelessness in New York City.
 Locations
 Adoption Hours: Noon to 8 pm, Mon-Fri, 10am to 6pm, Sat &Sun
 Brooklyn
 2336 Linden Boulevard
 Staten Island
 Manhattan
 3139 Veterans Road West
 326 East 110th Street
 Staten Island, NY 10309
 Brooklyn, NY 11208
 New York, NY 10029
 ACC
 Animal
 Care Centers
 of NYC
 nycacc.org
Considering that we all are here for the awws, maybe some of us can help the floofs.

Considering that we all are here for the awws, maybe some of us can help the floofs.