Animal Care & Control's announced the release of their new app Friday. 288 pets are up for adoption.
Carlow and Boogie rule their firehouse roosts in Manhattan.
Meow Parlour, which will be the city's first permanent cat cafe, is set to open on Hester St. Dec. 15.
Whisk drivers will pick up dogs as heavy as 85 pounds, along with other city pets.
The superintendent at 475 Washington Ave. uses cats to curb a rodent infestation in the building.
Brooklyn Cares Veterinary Hospital offers free drinks to pet owners during each visit.
About five stray cats have lived in a hospital yard for more than a decade, locals said.
Supporters of Melvin raised more than $900.
Locals set up a kitty to pay for Melvin the cat to get his teeth fixed.
Lovable cats of just the right vintage were up for adoption Sunday.
A Brooklyn woman left $10,000 each to her five cats.
City Critters will have to find a new home for its cats when the Petco closes on May 17.
The Blonds' Fall 2014 collection was inspired by felines.
The small shelters will be placed in areas where stray cats live.
The $125 visits feel more like playdates than doctor's appointments, the vet said.
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