Adoptapalooza Union Square Showcases Pets from NYC Area, Florida, Texas 400 cats, dogs, and rabbits greeted thousands of visitors at the September 17 Adoptapalooza mega pet adoption event sponsored by the Alliance and Petco Foundation.Microchip Your Pet Having your pets microchipped is one of the best ways to increase the chance that, if your pet becomes lost or stolen and winds up at an animal shelter or veterinary office, he or she can be returned to you.
The Alliance's Wheels of Hope — the only program of its kind that provides lifesaving rides to thousands of homeless New York City animals every year — needs your help.
NY Cat Film Festival Debuts & NY Dog Film Festival Returns!
Adoptapalooza Union Square - May 20, 2018 Adoptapalooza features wonderful cats, dogs, and rabbits for adoption from dozens of Alliance Participating Organizations, plus advice on pet care and training, product giveaways, free microchipping, dog licensing, pet photography, and other family-friendly activities and information.
Free Workshop 6/19: Bottle-Feeding & Care of Orphaned Kittens Learn the skills needed to successfully bottle-feed and care for orphaned kittens.
The Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals is committed to seeing the day when no New York City dog or cat of reasonable health and temperament is killed merely because he or she does not have a home.
Stations are located throughout the boroughs of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx.
License Your Dog Licensing contributes to animal control and the protection of the public health.
The law requires that all owned dogs be licensed with the dog license tag attached to his/her collar while in public.
Amazon Charity Program Makes Us Smile Designate the Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals as your Amazon Smile charity, and Amazon will automatically donate 0.5% of your purchases to help save the lives of NYC's homeless pets when you shop at smile.
New York City Feral Cat Initiative A program of the Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals, the NYC Feral Cat Initiative is committed to solving New York City's feral cat overpopulation crisis through the humane, non-lethal method of Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR).