The kitty, named Dorothy Gale for her "dramatic" entrance, is being fostered in Flushing.
The cat was burned to death in front of an East 182nd Street building.
Baxter, a fixture at the Queens graffiti mecca, is being fostered as the site faces demolition.
Get Fido or Fluffy ready for Halloween and you could win a $100 giftcard to Petco.
Fliers popped up recently asking the ferocious feline's owner to come forward.
A resident spotted the dead cat dangling from a goal post in Bushwick Inlet Park.
The Cinco de Mayo party will be held at Doggie-Do & Playtime Too on East 76th Street.
Groomer-to-the-stars Jorge Bendersky is putting glittery temporary tattoos on neighborhood pooches.
Doggie-Do & Playtime Too will be hosting the fashion show for man's best friend on Saturday.
Demolition has begun on the Williamsburg waterfront's former "Monster Island," where feral cats live.
Marcial Rios, 53, fell from a tree in Allerton while trying to save a cat.
Venom is a common sight, hanging out on her owner's stoop with his pit bulls.
The kitty is back safe and sound at the firehouse on East 85th Street.
A total of 30 cats were adopted this past Friday through the ASPCA's Cat Friday program.
The Javits Center hosted the American Kennel Club's "Meet the Breeds," a display of exotic cats and dogs, on Nov. 19, 2011.
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