Cats aren’t usually great travelers. Here is a quick guide to making sure your cat is well tended to while you’re off spending quality vacation time with your dog.
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Dina DiCenso, the owner of Brooklyn’s Gristle Tattoo, is working to help find homes for needy pitbulls. But she’s even more passionate about the furry homeless creatures who ride the subway.
Two of the New York Times’ hyper local neighborhood sites have new dog columns. I’ve set them up to battle in the Thunderdome. Two blogs enter, one blog leaves.
Brooklyn dog owners celebrate mixed breeds at this anti-Westminster dog show.
The movie The Future addresses the longterm responsibility of pet ownership. But fostering a dog like Honey involves a much shorter time commitment–and major rewards to boot.
Up until recently, this wonderful slobbering giant spent most of his time as the guard dog at a Williamsburg junkyard. Now he’s looking for a nice sofa and some tender loving care.
Eduardo adopted Honey at the BARC animal shelter in Williamsburg last year. She was a small puppy and he was in love with her. Then he got deployed.
Last night I attended a benefit for Dog Habitat, my fave Brooklyn shelter. There was music. There was The World Famous Bob and female nudity and lots of good people. Some of those good people…
Easter isn’t such a great time for bunnies: Each year, people bring them into their homes in order to make them sit on colored eggs and do any other number of demoralizing things. Then, quite often, they release them into parks where they mate…like bunnies.
Who wants Miss Goldie?