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  • The Humane Society Of New York
    came home around eleven o clock as usual but Amos didn t greet her at the door She called him and even shook his bag of treats but he didn t come running out to see her Then she heard a loud meow a sound that was so loud it frightened her Cathy found Amos lying on his side in his litter pan He was panting and she saw little drops of blood around the floor She grabbed a bath towel wrapped him up and took him to the nearby 24 hour emergency animal hospital Amos needed immediate care but Cathy was given an estimate that she simply could not afford all at once She was only able to pay to keep Amos stable until the morning They recommended that she bring him to The Humane Society of New York We see many different types of medical surgical and abuse cases in our hospital Cats with urinary tract infections and blockages come in almost every day A blocked cat will die if not treated and cat owners should be aware of the warning signs If you observe your cat going in and out of the litter box urinating small amounts while straining and meowing this could be a problem But if you have multiple cats or like Cathy work all day this behavior might go unnoticed By the time it is noticed it may be an emergency When Amos came to us he was in bad shape still lying on his side and open mouth breathing With Amos under sedation our doctors were able to use a catheter to successfully unblock him Amos stayed with us for several days to make sure that his body was functioning normally He was given IV fluids and pain medication and was sent home with antibiotics to prevent infection We advised Cathy that he needed a change in diet and to keep an eye on his litter box habits as cats can re block in the future Cathy is employed by not one but two companies As we offer low cost care she was able to pay her bill in full But that is not always the case Many of our clients faced with the high cost of living have to live paycheck to paycheck When a veterinary emergency arises they usually don t have the time to raise the funds needed to get essential medical care When necessary we work out payment plans A great deal of treatment is underwritten for people who are living on a fixed income such as Social Security or disability Or that person living paycheck to paycheck When Amos was discharged a relieved Cathy was very grateful to see him sitting up in his carrier bright eyed and in good health We are pleased to announce the Humane Society of New York s Humane Medal recipients for 2015 Dr Dame Daphne Marjorie Sheldrick D B E M B S for her lifelong dedication to the protection of wildlife and its conservation and in particular to The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust s pioneering Orphan Elephant s Project Nick Brandt for his photographic trilogy On This Earth A Shadow Falls and Across The Ravaged Land that has given us an incredibly beautiful vision into a world that may soon be lost forever Founder of Big Life Foundation Lily Tomlin Jane Wagne r Executive Producers of the poignant HBO documentary An Apology To Elephants Richard Phibbs for his arresting photographs that have shown the world the beauty of shelter animals Roberto Dutesco for his extraordinary 20 year photographic study The Wild Horses of Sable Island Home should be a safe haven but sadly for some animals it is the opposite a place where they are neglected forgotten or disposed of Only a very small number of dogs and cats remain in one home their whole lives Fully 90 are given away or are victims of loss theft or abandonment They must cope with the confusion fear and loneliness that follow We deal with these issues every day the enormous amount of medical care we provide in our hospital rehabilitating and placing animals safely stopping this turnover and finding the home the animals will be able to spend the rest of their lives in A man called to ask if we could take in his two cats He said he was moving and couldn t keep them They were two young brothers about a year and a half old We accepted them into our adoption center Angus and Edmond both all white were very shy at first They seemed comfortable and content with one another so we decided to keep them together They soon warmed up to us and their new situation They played together and napped together Sometimes it was hard to tell one pink nose from the other They were often seen sleeping in each other s arms A woman who had previously adopted from us had just lost her older cat and was looking to adopt a pair When she met Angus and Edmond she immediately felt an affinity for them They both seemed to like her too She tells us that they are so attached she can t imagine one without the other And she can t imagine her life without them They love posing together and all of us look forward to her pictures We are not interested in claiming the number of animals that we adopt out We instead focus our attention on how many good situations we have found for our animals and the people who adopt them Photo taken in Kenya by our Dr Yaron Schmid If the welfare of elephants were truly its only concern the Ringling Brothers and Barnum Bailey Circus would stop using them in performances now and put them on a train to sunny Florida where they could enjoy a comfortable retirement Instead as The Associated Press reported Thursday its 13 wrinkly troupers will be touring the country doing lumbering

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  • The Humane Society Of New York
    This very personal care is fully as important to a pet s well being as the inoculations spay neuter and other veterinary care provided during its stay in the adoption center This doesn t feel like a shelter remark many visitors to the Society It feels like a home On any given day the Humane Society of New York is responsible for hundreds of animals with diverse needs For many the Society is the only place they will find help Seven days a week dog and cat owners with limited means turn to the Society for quality veterinary care at affordable rates Services range from basic wellness care to spay neuter to advanced diagnostic and surgical procedures Neediest cases frequently elderly or disabled owners with acutely ill pets receive full or partial underwriting for care costs are covered through the Society s Animal Emergency Appeal Each year hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of life giving care for animals in need is made a reality through such underwriting The Animal Mukti Free Spay Neuter Program covers 100 of spay neuter costs for pet owners The service is available by appointment Also by appointment owners of pit bulls and pit bull mixes may have their pets neutered at any time costs covered by the Society The Outdoor Cat Spay Neuter Program the New York area s first such effort prevents much unnecessary suffering by underwriting spay neuter and basic wellness care for feral cats In the adoption center rescued dogs and cats of all ages await placement in carefully screened permanent homes Adoption dogs are evaluated and trained under the supervision of renowned animal behaviorist Bill Berloni the Society s Director of Dog Training After dogs go home Bill continues to guide and assist new owners All adoption pets are microchipped

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  • The Humane Society Of New York
    day and time Please allow 24 48 hours for a return call e mails will be answered Monday Friday Do not leave an e mail if your pet is having a medical emergency Our full service veterinary hospital enables dog cat and exotic pet owners with limited means to receive quality treatment for their pets at affordable rates Services range from basic wellness care and spay neuter to advanced diagnostic and surgical procedures Clinic Care The Humane Society of New York offers a full range of wellness and diagnostic care including Office Visits Wellness Exams Inoculations Blood Tests X rays Ultra Sound Geriatric Care Complete Medical and Surgical Management EKG Spay Neuter Hospitalization Medical Care for Exotic Pets Endoscopy HSNY Director of Digital Medicine reviews abdominal and cardiac ultra sounds which are offered when needed A kitten receives a basic wellness exam from HSNY Medical Director Endoscopy Endoscopy allows a visual examination of internal organs such as the stomach lungs and intestines without invasive exploratory surgery Endoscopy is the preferred technique for removing foreign bodies that have been ingested as shown in the X ray to the left HSNY is proud to offer this advanced diagnostic and surgical technique Exotic Pet Care Veterinary care for exotic species is different than dog and cat medicine Veterinary specialists in avian and exotic species medicine have made the extra commitment to undergo extensive additional training in the diagnosis treatment and care of diseases in birds and other exotic pets This training is beyond that of the traditional veterinarian While many dog cat veterinarians possess an interest in exotic animal medicine that does not necessarily equal proficiency in treating them The treatment of diseases in exotic species without the proper background knowledge can result in serious harm to the animal Dr Malka is a

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  • The Humane Society Of New York
    whole range of delicate thrills which murmur in the nose of the animal night and day summoning warning inciting repelling It was one of those mysterious faery calls from out the void that suddenly reached Mole in the darkness making him tingle through and through with its very familiar appeal even while as yet he could not clearly remember what it was He stopped dead in his tracks his nose searching hither and thither in its efforts to recapture the final filament the telegraphic current that had so strongly moved him A moment and he had caught it again and with it this time came recollection in its fullest flood Home Kenneth Grahame The Wind in the Willows Here are just a few of the dogs and cats available for adoption at the Humane Society of New York Click on the thumbnail to view a bigger image Contact us at 212 752 4842 for further information on how to adopt The Humane Society of New York 306 East 59th Street between 1st 2nd Avenues in Manhattan Our adoption hours are 7 days a week 10 30am 4 00pm Monday and Saturday by appointment only Download Adoption Application PDF File Pet

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  • The Humane Society Of New York
    will help to underwrite veterinarian care for a sick or injured animal in our clinic or a pet who brings affection and comfort to a lonely elderly person on a very small income Or it could help feed medicate and neuter a dog or cat in our Adoption Center If you have a well loved pet think of all the homeless animals who long to have the same good fortune By supporting our Animal Emergency Appeal you will be helping a disadvantaged one whose life needs may be small but who depends on your generosity for its survival May this season bring you health and joy and may part of that joy be the knowledge that your gift has helped sustain the life of an ill or homeless creature With best wishes for the coming year Sincerely Virginia Chipurnoi President HSNY Donor Privacy Policy The Humane Society of New York never has and never will share or sell a donor s personal information with anyone else nor send donor mailings on behalf of other organizations PRINTABLE DONATION FORM Adobe Acrobat reader required Printable Make a donation In Honor of or In Memory of form Adobe Acrobat reader required All contributions and gifts are tax deductible Providing a Gift for the Humane Society of New York at the Time of Your Death There are several ways to provide for the Humane Society of New York HSNY at the time of your death Click here for more information How to Make a Stock Donation to The Humane Society of New York Please contact Sandra DeFeo at 212 752 4842 or sandra hsny verizon net Willis says Please think of the Humane Society of New York for your CAR DONATION View HSNY s Form 990 for 2014 View HSNY s Form 990 for

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    ANIMAL ABUSER Registry 20 Jun 2015 Requires REPORTING of Animal ABUSE by Social Services Personnel 20 Jun 2015 Increases Penalty for AGGRAVATED CRUELTY to Animals 20 Jun 2015 Increases Penalty for MULTIPLE CONVICTIONS of CRUELTY to Animals 20 Jun 2015 Increases Penalty for ANIMAL FIGHTING and Aggravated Cruelty to Animals 20 Jun 2015 Increases Penalty for Possesion of an ANIMAL Trained to FIGHT and Being a SPECTATOR at an Animal Fighting Exhibition 20 Jun 2015 Increases Penalty for PET THEFT 20 Jun 2015 Increases Penalty for CONFINING a Companion ANIMAL in a VEHICLE in Extreme Temperatures 20 Jun 2015 Prohibits the HUNTING or Taking of WILDLIFE With the Aid of an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle 20 Jun 2015 Establishes a Task Force to Study How to IMPROVE HUMANE LAW Enforcement 20 Jun 2015 Requires MICROCHIP Sscanning 20 Jun 2015 Limits INJURING or KILLING of ANIMALS by Nuisance Wildlife Control Operators 20 Jun 2015 Regulates TAKING of So Called Nuisance WILDLIFE 20 Jun 2015 Allocates Funding for NYC S ANIMAL POPULATION CONTROL Fund 20 Jun 2015 Requires State Audit to Assess Compliance with HUMANE EDUCATION LAW 20 Jun 2015 Limits VIVISECTION at Colleges 20 Jun 2015 Requires Verification of Compliance with HUMANE ED LAW 20 Jun 2015 Prohibits Intensive CONFINEMENT of ANIMALS Raised for FOOD 20 Jun 2015 Bans DOCKING CATTLE Tails 20 Jun 2015 Prohibits FARM ANIMAL ABUSERS to be Compensated on Sale of Abused Animal 20 Jun 2015 Allows SENIOR CITIZENS to KEEP PETS in Multiple Dwellings 20 Jun 2015 Prohibits BREED DISCRIMINATION in Housing 20 Jun 2015 Prohibits DECLAWING of CATS 20 Jun 2015 Prohibits Lease CLAUSES Which REQUIRE DECLAWING 20 Jun 2015 Prohibits DOG Breed DISCRIMINATION by INSURANCE Companies 20 Jun 2015 Establishes a Cause of Action for Wrongful INJURY to or DEATH of a Companion ANIMAL 20

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  • The Humane Society Of New York
    Telephone 212 752 4842 web www humanesocietyny org Sandra DeFeo ext 233 sandra hsny verizon net Executive Director Director of Public Relations If you would like to volunteer Please contact Anne Marie Karash at amk hsny verizon net Please include your name address and phone number and what you would like to do as a volunteer Thank you Home Our Mission Clinic Adoptions Donations Humane Issues Contact 2001 2013 The

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    and dry High quality Cat Food canned and dry Kitten and puppy food canned and dry Dog biscuits Cleaning Supplies Paper Towels Laundry Detergent Pods Sponges Swiffer products Dishwashing Liquid Liquid Hand Soap Large Garbage Bags Mops Brooms Plastic Buckets Facial Tissues Clear Recycling Bags Distilled Water Pet Supplies New or gently used pet carriers Dog kong toys of various sizes Nylabones Sterile Natural Bone Cadet Dog sweaters coats of

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