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Williamsburg »

Three of seven cats that were abandoned in a suitcase in March were adopted, one by a police officer

Flatiron »

The ASPCA is throwing a "Paws Parade" and adoption event in Manhattan and Brooklyn on Sunday.

Bed-Stuy »

Jill Riker and Jason Corso feed, trap, neuter and return dozens of cats throughout Brooklyn.

Bed-Stuy »

Salah Zaid, 28, took the cat from a nearby bodega before beating it, according to reports.

Upper East Side »

Donations are pouring in to cover vet bills for Lucy the cat, who was abused by the owner's roommate.

Crown Heights »

The dog was found in good condition, but has no identification, staff from the 77th Precinct said.

Gowanus »

Rabbits were outside during this weekend's cold snap, according to a Humane Society official.

Gowanus »

The fee to adopt a bunny has dropped to $14 from the usual $25.

Gowanus »

Instagram star Cleo the Rabbit will appear at the Feb. 6 event.

Crown Heights »

Footage of the howling dog, left alone on President Street in Crown Heights, went viral this weekend.

Astoria »

The feline will be at the Museum of the Moving Image for its "How Cats Took Over the Internet" exhibit.

Kew Gardens »

The new Animal Cruelty Prosecutions Unit is the first of its kind in the city.

Upper West Side »

Telepan and Levain Bakery created a bacon jalapeno pizza, with 30 percent of sales going to charity. 

Upper East Side »

The 4-year-old pit bull terrier mix is ready for adoption at the ASPCA.

Gowanus »

The ASPCA held two adoption events Saturday for the rabbits rescued from Gowanus.