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Bed-Stuy »

Cat Filmed Being Kicked in Bed-Stuy Finds New Home, ASPCA Says

A stray cat that was filmed being kicked across a Bed-Stuy apartment complex was adopted.

Upper East Side »

Couple Launches Cooking Classes to Raise Money for Their Adoption

An Upper East Side couple is hoping to raise $15,000 to adopt their first child.

New York City »

Opera Singer Hopes Adoption Records Can Prove Italian Roots

Jordanna Rose believes her granddad's records could help her career, court documents say.

Union Square »

City's New Mobile Animal Truck Hopes to Get More Pet Lovers to Adopt

Animal Care and Control's new mobile adoption center can transport adoptable pets throughout the city.

Upper West Side »

A Decade After 9/11, Adoption of Victim's Daughter Nearly Complete

Nearly 12 years after her sister's death, Claire Gorayeb is close to adopting her niece.

Battery Park City »

Daughter of Single Mom Killed on 9/11 Still Waits for Adoption

The sister of a single mom killed in the WTC attacks has fought for 12 years to adopt her niece.

Hudson Square »

Foster Child Photos at Children's Museum Help Match Kids with Families

Celebrity photographers shot portraits of foster kids that go on display in Hudson Square on Wednesday.

Park Slope »

Brooklyn Couple Accused of Being 'Puppy Killers' Sues Pet Adoption Agency

A Brooklyn couple says they were labeled "puppy killers" by animal rescue groups for returning a dog.

Upper East Side »

Heiress Libet Johnson Adopts Cambodian Orphan After 6-Year Fight With Ex

A judge approved Libet Johnson's adoption after she and Lionel Bissoon finally came to terms on custody.

Greenwich Village »

New Film at IFC Center Tells Stories of Teens Adopted from China

The documentary "Somewhere Between" tracks four adopted girls for nearly three years.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

30 Furry Felines Find a Home on Cat Friday

A total of 30 cats were adopted this past Friday through the ASPCA's Cat Friday program.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Gillibrand to Introduce LGBT Adoption Bill

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand's new bill would help eliminate discrimination against LGBT families who want to adopt.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Shelter That Performs Gay Feline Marriages Finds New Home After Fire

Ollie's Place will open this week in a high-traffic area that staffers hope will mean more adoptions.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Mother Accuses Upper East Side Couple of Adopting Baby Without Permission

Vilma Ramirez is suing to get custody of her 13-month-old daughter, now living with an Upper East Side family.