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Category Archives: Cats
As a nation and as a state, we mourn the loss of thousands to the horrible beast called COVID19. This past week, the sorrow came home to Pets Alive. Eight years ago, a sweet gentleman by the name of Charles … Continue reading
Under cover of darkness, a group of 17 cats and kittens were cruelly dumped this week on Pets Alive’s property, with 11 of them crammed into one small crate. A second crate held a nursing mom and her 6-day-old kittens. … Continue reading
Many experts will agree that the first part of recovery is admitting you have a problem. A few days ago Pets Alive received a call just like that — a call for help! A local woman admitting she had a … Continue reading
Ever consider adopting a senior cat or dog? While the young kittens and puppies are so very cute and playful, many of our senior animals are too! Some prefer just to hang out with you but others are quite spirited … Continue reading
Where do I even start. The loose dog running down the highway? The two dogs found on the coldest night of the week with no food or water? The three cats found wearing collars huddled together in a school yard? … Continue reading
THANK YOU! The 48 stray dogs from Orange and Sullivan Counties we helped in 2018 say THANK YOU. The 219 stray cats rescued from our local streets say THANK YOU. The 159 community cats who were spayed, neutered and vaccinated … Continue reading
1,698 days. That’s how long Leon has been waiting for just the right family to come along and make him their very own. This sweet, big boy was found wandering in the backyard of two of our volunteers.They knew right … Continue reading
Three months old, scared, cold, unsure of the world and surviving on the streets of Middletown, NY. That was Paris four years ago before she found her way to Pets Alive. Paris slowly started to grow and feel more comfortable … Continue reading
Like most strays, Mr. Meowgi’s life before Pets Alive was a rough one. All we can hope is that, with our unconditional love, he has long forgotten his sad past. Two years ago, our local Wallkill animal control officer brought … Continue reading