New York City Is Not Running Out Of Adoptable Pets, Shelter Says


Adoptions and fosters are on the rise during the coronavirus pandemic, but there are still animals in need of homes.

new york city is not running out of adoptable pets shelter says New York City Is Not Running Out Of Adoptable Pets, Shelter Says


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Easily the most attractive beagle mix we've met to date. It's the speckled fantasy of a coat that does it for us, like the sparkling universe gently descended and wrapped itself around his body. But the neat face mask gives us the tingles too. Ranger is about 18 months old, and at only 26 lbs full grown he looks like a tiny bluetick coonhound. He's amiable and outgoing, wants to be buddies with every dog he encounters, and learns very fast. He's a working breed recently arrived from down south, so he needs oodles of mental and physical exercise from an active family ready to give him lots of playtime, outdoor adventure, and basic training. His foster mom says: "Ranger is the sweetest pup. He is adjusting well to the city but is still getting used to some of the loud noises. He's great on a leash and loves going for long walks. His sense of smell is impeccable and he has loved sniffing his way through New York City. He is super friendly with other dogs and is very comfortable around people. Unlike most beagles and hounds, Ranger has not been a barker or a howler yet (Inot complaining!). He loves loves belly rubs, cuddles, and napping but is always down for a tug of war game."Interested in adopting? Submit an application at socialteesnyc.org or email your point person if you’ve already been approved! We are still accepting adoption apps, but our meeting process is case by case as we adhere to safety advisories and mandates. Thanks for your patience! #rescuedogsofinstagram #adoptme #rescuedog #adoptdontshop #dog #mutt #dogsofinstagram #beagle #beaglesofinstagram #beaglesofinsta #bluetickcoonhound #muttsofinstagram #animalrescue #cute #fosteringsaveslives #nyc #love #life #nycdog #secondchance #socialtees #socialteesnyc #straypride

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Smitty and Yvette are a bonded pair of cats we took in after their owners were senselessly murdered. They have been totally traumatized and need a patient adopter that will give them time to adjust to a new environment. They both get scared of big movements. But they both love being near people. Smitty will literally throw himself next to you and give you his belly. He loves scratches. He is very affectionate and will check up on his humans. He loves a good game of laser and entertains himself with a feather ball for hours. He also loves to talk to you! He enjoys pushing empty boxes all over the house with his nose:) Yvette is a little more reserved and sets her boundaries with petting. However she is a diva! She does like human company, she is always near but not too close. She will give you a few head taps when she is hungry, and hang out with you in the kitchen while you drink your coffee. She is super nimble, jumping and dancing around like a ninja without breaking anything or making a mess! She is a curious girl. When ever foster dad drops his sugar, she will come and let you know! These two have been through a lot. They need time but will reward you with appreciation. Smitty makes up for Yvette being reserved, and Yvette has character to keep you entertained. They deserve a chance to have the love they had before their parents were taken away from them. Please give these two a forever home. They around five years old and in good health. ❤️

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New York City Is Not Running Out Of Adoptable Pets, Shelter Says

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