An international adoption agency is taking the guesswork out of finding a safe, loving home for a pet that can’t be found in New Zealand or Australia.
The Humane Society of New York, which helps animals in need, has opened its doors to all but the most desperate of people, giving them a place to live for free.
The agency, founded in 2000 by billionaire businessman and philanthropist Warren Buffett, has more than 50,000 animals in its care, many of them orphaned or adopted from shelters around the world.
For those seeking a new home for their furry friends, the new website offers tips on finding a pet-friendly shelter.
A “Welcome to NYC” page tells people that a pet can’t live forever in a shelter, but the site doesn’t say where they can find one.
The shelter is not affiliated with the Humane Society, according to the website.
“For those of you who are interested in adopting, we have an application form and a checklist of questions you should answer to find out if you qualify,” the website says.
“For those who are looking for a safe and loving home, we offer a free application form that includes a list of resources to help you find a home.”
The site offers some information about the shelter, including the names of the staff and how long it will take to get your new pet, which it says is 10 to 15 days.
If you’re not interested, the site says you can call them directly at (212) 539-1711 or email [email protected]
It says the shelter can only accept cats, dogs, guinea pigs, rabbits, guineas, guano and cats.
The website also includes a link to a free pet-safe app, which can be downloaded on Apple and Android phones and tablets.
It gives a link with the app’s information to the Humane Foundation’s website, which also has more information about animal shelters.
Read more about pet adoption in New, American cities, pets, pet owners, humane society, humane shelter, shelter in fernbridge, cat source Bloombergtitle New York pet adoption company offers free pet safety app, new website article The Humane Society is offering free adoption and fostering services to anyone who wants to adopt a cat, dog, rabbit or guinea pig, said Liz Stump, director of its New York City pet adoption program.
She said she hopes to have free adoption in all of the city’s neighborhoods by the end of the year.
“If you live in the city, the next thing you want to do is get involved in a rescue group or volunteer,” Stump said.
“We’re really trying to expand the pool of pet owners who are willing to take in these animals.”
The Humane Shelter also has a Facebook page with hundreds of photos of rescued cats and dogs and cats with names like “Honey Boo Boo” and “Baby Bumble” and has an Instagram account with more than 3,000 photos of adopted pets.
The shelter also has another website, where people can post their requests for adoptions.
The site includes photos of the animals, and Stump also posted a video of a dog being adopted.
Stump hopes the website will become a hub for animal rescue groups and shelters nationwide.
“I want the whole world to know there is a place for these animals, that they can be adopted, and they can come home,” Stumpto said.
“We’re trying to make a difference in the lives of these animals,” she said.
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