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P&C’s friends at the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals sent out this info to help cash-strapped pet owners find free or low-cost care options for their pets.
The alliance has developed an online micro-site that offers pet owners an information resource for these pet care options: www.animalalliancenyc.org./services/help.htm.

The micro-site is located on the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals’ Web site, and provides information about:
• Financial assistance and low-cost options for veterinary care
• Low-cost spay/neuter programs & clinics
• Low-cost micro-chipping
• Food banks that provide pet food
• Low-cost temporary pet boarding & foster care

As new resources become available, they will be added to the site.

“It’s important that people understand that there are resources available to help them continue to care for their pets properly during these tough economic times, and allow them to keep their pets at home instead of surrendering them to a shelter because they feel they can no longer afford to keep them,” states Jane Hoffman, president of the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals.

Jane, I hope people take you up on this service.

This entry was posted on Friday, September 4th, 2009 at 11:00 am by Laurel Babcock. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.
Category: Animal care, Animal rescue, Animal safety, Cats, Dogs

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2 Responses to “Find free, low-cost pet care”

  1. Styles

    Low cost pet care is what I live for. http://mhlnk.com/FAD7D95D Free trial on pet care is better.

  2. judith

    I have an elderly cat that i need to board from dec 21rst- Jan 2nd. please let me know the cost? thanks

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Laurel Babcock is the Community Life editor for The Journal News, Express Publications and LoHud.com. She grew up with a beloved mutt and was surrounded by dogs into young adulthood. She liked cats enough, but didn't really think of them as true pets. That changed when her brother brought an abandoned 4-week-old kitty into the family, dooming us all. Laurel currently serves as staff for two completely adored cats, Stanley and Cup, both girls.


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