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Ditmars »

The cat found dead Sunday in Astoria, on 21st Avenue near 33rd Street, showed signs of animal cruelty.

Prospect Park South »

A controversy over a local Redskins team and the death of a homeless man's dog made news in New York.

West Village »

James Tarangelo's dog Spot was taken from him based on concerns about the pet's health.

Upper East Side »

A pit bull named Chuck was brought to the ASPCA with severe injuries to its hind legs.

New Springville »

Irene Helale, 69, said she wanted to stop her neighbor's English Bulldog from barking, police said.

Bed-Stuy »

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

Upper East Side »

The new facility is intended to help the city's most vulnerable animal populations.

Astoria »

The ASPCA says the Yorkshire terrier was treated for neck wounds and is in stable condition.

Jamaica »

Volunteers passed out 35 doghouses to owners in Jamaica, the ASPCA said.

Union Square »

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

Gowanus »

The concrete wolf sculpture signed "Wolf Tits" disappeared just three weeks after it was installed.

Gowanus »

The massive piece of art depicts a crouching wolf with sharp claws outside the former home of the ASPCA.

Upper East Side »

"Cat Friday" is the ASPCA's biggest cat adoption event of the year.

Upper West Side »

The bill would make it the city's responsibility to regulate the sale of inhumanely bred dogs. 

Brownsville »

Seven pit bulls were rescued from a Brownsville apartment that apparently had a dog-fighting arena.