Tropical Storm Update: ASPCA Urges Pet Owners to Include Animals in Emergency Plans

blog_tropical-storm-prep_071219_main.jpg As severe weather intensifies and rapidly approaches the Gulf Coast, the ASPCA has

Mother Cat and Nine Kittens Rescued from Bronx Storm Drain

blog_storm-drain-kittens_071119_main.jpg Last week, the ASPCA Community Engagement team responded to a call for assistance from the

Be a Cool Cat in the Dog Days of Summer: Shop New ASPCA Gear!

summerstoreblogbanner.jpg Shedding your coat as temperatures rise? Be sure your summer wardrobe makes a

Arcturus Is the Bright Star for His New Adopter

happy-tail-arnold_070919_main.jpg Sometimes the universe has a way of choosing who crosses our path at

Whitney’s Way Home

blog-earmuffs-happy-tail_062819_main.jpg It was only last November that Whitney, a sweet 18-month-old black cat at

8 Imperatives to Prepare for a Pet Sitter – Fetch! Pet Care

June 15, 2019 | Tags: pet sitter, travel, vacation Your vacation is scheduled and

A Day in the Life of a Purrfessional Kitten Cuddler

kittenfosteringblogbodybanner.jpg You may have noticed that the ASPCA has been kitten-crazed lately! With so

How to Help Your Pet Deal With Separation Anxiety – Fetch! Pet Care

May 31, 2019 | Separation anxiety is an affliction that many pet owners may

Tips for the First 30 Days of Cat Adoption – Fetch! Pet Care

June 7, 2019 | Warmer weather brings kitten season, which is why The American

More Humane Meals, Delivered – Food Delivery Companies Commit to Progressive Animal Welfare Policies.

dev_kinderhook_2019mar22_1358banner.jpg Whether they provide ready-to-cook ingredients or ready-to-eat meals, food delivery companies simplify meal

ASPCA Assists in Rescuing and Sheltering Animals Displaced by Historic Flooding in Arkansas

blog_ar-response_060719_main.jpg At the request of the Arkansas Department of Agriculture, Livestock and Poultry Commission,

Dumb Friends League Harmony Equine Center Honored at 2018 ASPCA Humane Awards Luncheon

Dumb Friends League Harmony Equine Center Staff. Last week, we celebrated and honored exceptional

Announced Puppy Mill Inspections: Good or Bad?

When you hear the term “USDA licensee,” you might think the title comes with

The 2018 ASPCA Humane Awards Luncheon Honors Extraordinary Pets and People

This week, we honored six animal heroes who have vitally helped humans or other

Former ASPCA Feline Rises to Fame as Princess Cheeto

She has graced cover of Modern Cat magazine. She’s been endorsed by Comedy Central®

Election 2018: Huge Wins for Farm Animals and Greyhounds

On Election Day yesterday, voters in California and Florida passed critical animal-protection ballot measures

Loving Senior Animals: An NYC Artist Meets Her Match

Growing up on the island of Antigua in the Caribbean, Nichole B. was frequently

At Last, His Lonely Days Are Over: How Orson Finally Met His Match Didn’t see Part One of Orson’s story? Find it here! For some of

Why Millions of Farm Animals Drowned During the Hurricanes

When Hurricane Florence struck the Southeast U.S. last month, in addition to devastating homes

Chaplin’s Miraculous Second Act

On June 2 of this year, a three-year-old Shih Tzu was brought to the ASPCA

Looking for Cloud Nine: Adoptable Dog, Cloud, Is Searching for a Loving Home

Four-year-old Cloud graduated from the ASPCA Behavioral Rehabilitation Center (BRC) in August of this year. Before

ASPCA Relocation Team Transports 30,000 Animals to Brighter Futures

This month, the ASPCA Animal Relocation Team hit a huge milestone when we transported our 30,000th

5 Toxic Seasonal Plants You Don’t Want Your Pet To Fall For!

Fall is a favorite time of year for many, full of beautiful flowers, colorful

Find Out What Orson’s Been Dreaming Of!

Some things take time. And for some, finding “the one,” can take a little

Jah’s Journey: How One Blind Dog Overcame the Odds

It had been four years since Steven and Jacqueline Berry and their family lost

Bumble® Teams Up With the ASPCA to Help Fidos in Need Find Their Matches

In honor of Adopt a Shelter Dog Month this October, the ASPCA has teamed

New York Is the Latest State to Reject Pet Leasing

We have good news to report for pets in New York! On September 24, Governor

A Sudden Love Connection Helps Nero Find a Home

Ray Li was on his way to visit a friend in Stuyvesant Town in

A Beginners Guide To Using Aromatherapy On Dogs – Fetch! Pet Care

We love our pets. They are very much a part of our families. They

Nearly 20,000 ASPCA Supporters Raise Their Voices for Pigs

You may remember that last February, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) issued a dangerous