Meet Esteban, a dapper little man who is looking for a family to love! At 5 years old and a tiny 8 lbs, he’s travel-friendly and perfect --->


Kit Kat
Kit Kat is a real beauty who was born around 6/18/04. She can be a little diva so she needs a patient, experienced foster or adopter.  She --->

Lady B Lady B (MamaB) was pulled from the Manhattan ACC kill list along with her 7 puppies.  They were cov --->

Blossom, Buttercup, Bubbles Buttercup-black, Blossom-brown tabby, and Bubbles- gray tabby are super cute kittens born around 7/2 --->

Jack   Jack is our 4 year old Chihuahua mix….Stop by the shelter and spend time with him to se --->

Carey That young, beautiful tabby with the stunning green eyes is our very own Carey. Not only is she a lo --->

Madeline Madeline is a 5 year old female Jack Russell Terrier. She is a true Jack, fearless, energetic and lo --->

Fanny Fanny is a beautiful calico girl who was found on the streets and taken in by Anjellicle. She is ver --->

Our Message to New York!

  • Unable to fetch the feed
    Error :
    • A feed could not be found at A feed with an invalid mime type may fall victim to this error, or SimplePie was unable to auto-discover it.. Use force_feed() if you are certain this URL is a real feed.

    RSS Feed currently unavailable.

  • RSS Adopt NY » News

    • Q&A with Amsterdog July 6, 2013
        Introduce yourself and tell us a little about your rescue group? I am Deb DiIorio and I am very lucky to have a fabulous group of
    • NY World: Animal Care Volunteers Bite Back May 19, 2013
      This is the long-form version of reporter Rebekah Mintzer’s expose, which appeared in The New York Observer. See the full version at the New York World —
    • NY Observer: Animal Care Volunteers Bite Back May 15, 2013
      From the New York Observer’s expose by Rebekah Mintzer: “…Mr. Latzer is one of a group of ex-volunteers whose experiences helped inform a report, put out early
    • Greenpointers: Interview with Rob Maher of Adopt NY January 15, 2013
      “Our job is to make people aware of exactly what happens in the city and how they can go about changing it. We don’t use sad, depressing

Adopt NY

is a volunteer-run organization working to make New York No Kill. One of our many strategies is a network of 45 NY rescue groups (and counting). We promote their animals through Facebook and this website, which currently features over 2,000 adoptable dogs and cats.