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New Booster Seat / Cushion from Minene - fuchsia - age 2yrs+

SAFE! LOTT - ID#A1013083-NYC ACC SUPER URGENT: I am an unaltered male, black tabby Domestic Shorthair. I am about 2 yrs old.I weigh 6 lbs. I was found in NY 11213.NO SIGN OF AGGRESSION AND VERY SWEET.email adoption@nycacc.org but ONLY if serious about adopting, and ONLY if you are able to GO TO the shelter in-person or call (212) 788-4000 for further automated instructions. NEEDS OUT NOW-SUPER URGENT!

VENUS - A1099781 - - Brooklyn Please Share:TO BE DESTROYED 12/28/16 A volunteer writes: There’s cute…and then there’s VENUS! Oh my goodness! At least an inch of this little lady’s tongue is always hanging out of her mouth (really, it’s so cute it hurts). And her sweet, sweet personality means she only gets cuter the more time you spend with her! She’s curious about her surroundings, but even more delighted with the company on the other

HOLLY - A1100420 - - Manhattan Please Share:TO BE DESTROYED 01/05/17 **ON PUBLIC LIST** A volunteer writes: The holidays are gone, but Holly is still here to cheer you up. A pooch named Holly, this is. She is a fine young lady. She wears a beautiful tan coat with a snappy white vest and facial accents. Quite a package! Come pick up this love bug today. You really need a great new friend going into the new year. Make 2017 memorable. The year you met Holly. - Click for i

GONE RIP - 5/6/2013 Brooklyn Center - SILVER A0943312.a spayed female gray/white pit mix about 2 YRS old. Friendly w/ kids! Friendly with dogs! Friendly with cats! Silver is another unhappy victim of the NYC Housing Ban.She was placed on the destroy list & she needs some attention tonight.Please share for foster/adopter so that she can walk out of the shelter alive. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=487273114618906=a.275017085844511.78596.152876678058553=3

Spaying and Neutering - best to wait till animal is b between 1 and 2 yrs old. - but by then, they could get out and reproduce - plus - they have already gotten into territory marking habits - which are very hard to break... What about Spaying or Neutering earlier? At a earlier age -they've never felt the need to reproduce, making marking instincts nonexistent/never developed. ... Two sides of the coin - what do you think? Educate Yourself! | Angry Vet