Actor and comedian Ricky Gervais is advocating a ban on cat declawing in New York with the help of an organization called Paw Project.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a bill into law that prohibits tattooing and piercing pets in the Empire State; his action is backed by several animal-rights groups.
He thought they’d say no, but New York high school senior Draven Rodriguez was allowed to have a picture of him holding his adopted feline in the annual yearbook.
Editorial: Several outreach programs are working to help spay and neuter pets and keep them in homes and off the streets with non-judgmental tactics. And they’re working.
Update: The cat, who now goes by the name King, was rescued and is resting at the ASPCA Animal Hospital; he may be put up for adoption following a police investigation.
A man in New York City has been arrested and charged with aggravated animal cruelty after he appeared in a video where he lures a cat close to him, and then kicks the animal.
Meet Lenny, a black-and-white cat who was adopted from a New York shelter; however, the feline was returned two days later because, “he farts all the time.”
The government shutdown isn’t just having an impact on people; several agencies have shut down that monitor animal welfare and various regulations have been suspended.
Maybe The Walking Dead has it all wrong – some zombies save lives.While promoting Times Scare, a year-round haunted house attraction near New York’s famed Times Square, a man in full zombie makeup spotted a black-and-white stray cat wandering in the street.Fearing the feline would get killed in the crush of traffic, Jeremy Zelkowitz, a […]