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For regular updates about our rescue work, please visit us on Facebook.

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City Critters is a member of the Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals.

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Please support our work with a donation!

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Donations may also be mailed to:

  • City Critters Inc.
  • P.O. Box 1345
  • Canal Street Station
  • New York NY 10013

Volunteer!

If you are interested in becoming a City Critters volunteer, please e-mail us.

On the move

We're on the move!

City Critters will be ready for adoptions in our new location on October 18, 2014

On October 14th we will be moving from Petco Union Square to our permanent home in the brand new Petco in Turtle Bay. We'll be ready for adoptions during the store's grand opening that weekend. Come visit us there and at our adoption center in PetSmart Noho.

Petco Turtle Bay — 991 Second Ave.
between 52nd and 53rd
PetSmart Noho — 632 Broadway
between Bleecker & Houston

Keep checking back here and on Facebook for news on adoption events.

City Critters is a New York State charitable organization licensed to operate in the City of New York for the rescue and placement of stray and abandoned animals. Donations made to City Critters, or paid on our behalf, are tax exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code; financial statements and current IRS Determination Letter are available for review upon request.

2013 in Review

In 2013, our volunteers placed about 200 homeless cats through our adoption centers, while helping hundreds more by providing rescue services, vet care, pet supplies and advice, and by lending support including fiscal sponsorship to exceptionally effective TNR (trap-neuter-return) work done by independent rescuers with feral colonies in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens.

 

 

Maddie"s Fund

Thanks to the incredible support, promotion and generosity of Maddie's Fund during last year’s Maddie's Pet Adoption Days event, City Critters placed 80 cats and kittens in new, loving homes. 51 of these kitties qualified for higher adoption subsidies because of their age and/or medical condition. The funds received were applied to our outstanding veterinary bills, allowing us to come current on the majority of our accounts.