Hurricane Sandy Displaced Pets Need to Be Adopted

These Hurricane Sandy displaced pets need to be adopted quickly:

Animals have not been immune to the devastation that Hurricane Sandy brought upon the city this week. And of course, everything that could go wrong had gone wrong this week to cause a sudden surge in homeless animals: Animal Care & Control web servers have been down since the storm, local shelters have lost power, and there has been a lack of support from local chapters of National Animal Groups. So there are a lot of homeless kitties and lost doggies who desperately need you to adopt or foster them, or else they’ll start being killed next week.

You can see some of the adorable animals above. But there are plenty more (over 200!) that need saving quick: here are the “super urgent” dogs, who are either high risk, injured or have previously appeared on the “To Be Destroyed” list and survived. Here are the dogs in Brooklyn and Staten Island. Here are the dogs in Manhattan. And here are the super urgent kitties that need adopting; here are the kittens in Brooklyn and Staten Island; and here are the kitehs in Manhattan.

On the plus side, Adopt NY has been working tirelessly to get people to sign up, and expedite the process to get animals into people’s hands as soon as possible. If you’re interested in fostering an animal, fill out the foster application here. In the application, please specify what type of animal you’re prepared to foster (Dog/Puppy, Cat/Kitten or a full litter of bottle babies). They aren’t accepting applications from people outside a 25 mile radius of Manhattan—you must be prepared to get to the shelters to pick up the animal. If you’re not able to foster an animal, you can still contribute with a donation to ADOPT NY that will go directly to this mission.

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6 Responses to “Hurricane Sandy Displaced Pets Need to Be Adopted”

  1. debi coombs says:

    do you still have dogs that need a forever home. med size female. breed can be discussed.

  2. Hettie Cross says:

    I would like to adopt Maggie the Aussie. Is she still available?

  3. Laura Mehta says:

    We can foster a dog. We have 2 yellow labs already. A spayed female would probably work the best. Thanks Laura

  4. gayle renella says:

    I can foster a golden retriever,any age.
    Owners may visit anytime.

  5. Frankie Boyce says:

    Hello I am looking to rescue a small dog from the hurricane & would like to know how I go about doing that.
    The dog in interested in is rony A0949679. Thank you.

  6. Alice digregorio says:

    I can foster one or possibly two dogs for people who are displaced…….I live on Cape Cod and have three very socialized dogs and a fenced in yard. I cannot take anyone permanently but could foster for a few months……

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