Pet overpopulation is caused by abandonment, lack of funds, cruelty and improper medical care. The New York ASPCA is committed to helping animals in Queens and throughout the city that have been abandoned, were born on the street or are being mistreated. Should you want to adopt a pet, give up a pet or report any form of animal cruelty, here are some organizations and numbers you can call.
Amazing Animals Rescue and Adoptions
Amazing Animals Rescue and Adoptions finds good homes for abandoned animals. They trap and spay or neuter animals if they are not already. For those that are friendly, they find suitable homes. For those deemed unfriendly, they release them to their original homes. Call for appointment.
Animals Can’t Talk
PO Box 630408, Bayside
ACT is a cat and kitten shelter, rescue and placement agency for the Little Neck and Greater borough area. ACT is not accepting cats at the moment, but it is currently looking for volunteers.
Bobbi & The Strays
80-36 Cooper Ave.
Glendale, NY 11385
CSM Stray Foundation
PO Box 150128
Kew Gardens, NY
CSM Stray is a not-for-profit, feral cat protection group that originated in the Kew Gardens area of Queens.
For Our Friends
PO Box 203 Oakland Gardens
Four Paws Sake NYC
PO Box 790084
Middle Village, NY 11379
Heavenly Angels Animal Rescue Inc.
97-14 Liberty Ave., Ozone Park
Linda’s Feral Cat Assistance
PO Box 770272
Woodside, NY 11377
Linda Bryant (718) 570-1786
Feral Cat Assistance is a trap-neuter-return group that cares for feral cats in the Woodside area. It regularly holds TNR and adoption events which interested parties can find out about on the group’s Facebook page.
LIC Ferals & Friends
Long Island City, New York 11101
LIC Ferals & Friends is a rescue group based in NYC. We are committed to helping homeless & abused animals through adoption, charity, education & outreach.
Silent Animal Voices Echo Animal Rescue
PO Box 570173, Whitestone
SAVE is a not-for-profit, kill-free, volunteer rescue group that rescues strays and finds them homes. It also provides spay, neutering and medical care and will direct pet owners as to where to drop off their unwanted pets.