I had a great experience adopting a kitten! The volunteer let me spend 2+ hours looking at every single cat. Once I chose the cat, I was able to talk to a behaviorist to make sure it was the right cat for me. Then even though they were backed up and I almost couldn't process the adoption that night, they ended up squeezing me in, which I really appreciated. They provided a free collar and identification tag and I was able to buy very cheap treats and toys and they gave me free samples of the food he was on. My cat is adorable and sweet and I have called back to ask questions and the staff has been so knowledgable. Definitely recommend!
My vet recommended the ASPCA Adoption Center because they've had a lot of new patients come from there and they were always in great condition, very well cared for. I went to adopt a cat, and it could not have been better. The space is clean and the cats all seemed very comfortable. The staff and volunteers were all so warm and kind. They take their time with you to help you find the right match, but they don't force you into any "category." They were all so genuinely happy for me as I found "the one," it was like I had family with me or something. They gave great information about all the cats, and the cost of adoption is a steal compared to all they have done for the cat (all shots, spay/neuter, microchip, etc.). Go find your new furry kid here and help support a great organization.
Last week we decided to visit the ASPCA to adopt a dog. We had looked at other rescues but had had good experiences with the ASPCA's medical center and decided to give their adoption center a try. The process was very easy but informative. The volunteers clearly have a lot of knowledge and care deeply for the animals that are in the shelter. One of the things we really liked was that volunteers only show you dogs that they think will be a good match for your family. Once you express interest in a dog, you have a consult with a dog trainer who has been working with that dog. The trainer gives you more information about that dog and it is incredibly helpful.
We looked at two dogs, the first was not quite the right fit for our family but we ended up bringing the second dog home. Although we have only had him for a week, we absolutely love him. The information the ASPCA gave us about his personality and what behaviors they thought he might exhibit were spot on. Thank you to the ASPCA for all the wonderful work that you do.
I had a pet cat who was my companion for 12 years and after a wonderful long loving caring life with him he grew old and tired and passed away. I was left with a void . I knew I needed a new companion, One who would need my loving caring attention. I chose aspca as there is always an animal in need of a Loving nurturing home - with a caring owner to give them the time and attention and love they need. And what better way then to adopt a Loving pet.. One in need of such care.
Ollie has been a gift and has quickly worked his way into my heart as a loving little companion he follow me all around and loves to play and go for long walks with me.. He is eager to learn new things and loves to cuddle . Thank you so much to the ASPCA for my new companion
I have the utmost respect for the ASPCA. They do incredible work for animals and for organizations serving animals. Our non-profit, the Ozzy Foundation, which assists families with veterinary bills for their pets, has received grants from the ASPCA totaling $15,000 over the past several years. Having support from such a prestigious organization means a lot to us.
Their website had helpful information on what I would need to adopt. I was able to bring everything with me and adopt the same day I went into the shelter. The staff was knowledgeable about the cats and was able to show me which cats met my lifestyle and which cats would be best for me based on what I said I was looking for in a cat. The cat I chose was perfect temperament wise for what I was looking for.
I like that the ASPCA does a thorough screening. There were two girls before me that were denied based on their lack of knowledge and improper environment for a cat to live.
My cat has a heart murmur which the staff was open and honest about and gave me the option to speak to the veterinarian. The vet was very patient and answered all of my questions.
I also like that the cat is micro chipped and neutered. There was no adoption fee because he is four, which was also nice! I love the collar and engraved tag they gave me as well! That was a nice bonus.
The staff made sure to send home a good amount of food with me so that the cat could transition easily. They also sent me with a lot of documentation to bring to my family vet, as well as a voucher to see their vet if anything comes up in the 14 days after adoption.
My one (sort of) complaint would be that my cat has one vaccination coming up this week. They said I could wait about 2 weeks but it should be done within the two weeks. Since it was so close to the date It would have been nice is they had just administered it to him on site, but that isn't the biggest deal.
Overall I had a great experience and I would recommend for your next adoption!
I had a great experience adopting from the 92nd St. ASPCA! I found the cat that I wanted on there website and was able to adopt her the next day. Potential adopters are thoroughly screened and the whole process take about 2 hours. Since I knew which cat that I wanted after looking at the location website, I did not take the tour and was brought to meet the cat right away. This particular cat, named "Lee", has a heart condition and requires very specific medication treatments. The staff, who had been keeping her as an office pet, was very friendly and full of great advice.
The veterinarians and behavioral specialist provided easy-to-follow instructions on administering the cat's meds as well as sound advice on acclimating the cat to her new home. Full medical records and a prescription for medication refills were also provided. I adopted the cat on a Thursday so there was no charge. The gave me a collar, a carrier, and bag with several cans of food free of charge. They were also able to sell me feeding bowls and a litter box with liners at a very reasonable price. Please note that there is a $75 charge if you should decide to adopt on the weekend. If you do not find the pet that you want online before visiting, they will provide you with a full tour all of the available cats and dogs in the facility.
A few days later I even received a phone call following up to make sure that the cat is doing well in her new home. The staff will also be available to provide any additional advice that you may need at any time during the office hours of 11am to 7pm. I'm glad i made the choice to adopt though the ASPCA and I highly recommend their services.
I adopted Jubilee a few days ago from the adoption center on 92nd street. My experience at the center was wonderful. The workers were helpful, seemed to genuinely care about the welfare of the cats and kittens and have very close relationships with some of the cats. I went on a Tuesday afternoon around 4 PM expecting it to be empty, but apparently other people had the same idea, but although they seemed pretty busy, I was able to fill out a few forms and see available cats in short order, and walked out with my new roommate just over an hour later. The adoption center provided a collar and name tag with my phone number on it, as well as an information packet on certain aspects of feline care and food to make sure that her diet would be the same at home as it was at the shelter to provide consistency in her diet and comfort with her routine.
I would certainly recommend the ASPCA adoption center to anyone considering adopting a cat or kitten. Additionally, I adopted on a weekday, so Jubilee, who is just over a year old, was free, as opposed to the normal fee of $75 for cats aged 4 months to 3 years. Even though I did not have to pay (and I was pleasantly surprised about that) I will probably donate to the ASPCA due to the excellent service I received and the great work they are doing, and I would encourage others to do the same.
I adopted "Quasar" the cutest kitten in the world. The staff was kid friendly and made us feel welcomed. We love our little forever friend. I also made a donation while I was there. Thank you again ASPCA.
I went to see about adopting a new fur-ever friend after the passing of our beloved 16.5 year old tuxedo girl, Lola. The space was well set up, with a variety of cats to see and meet. The volunteer who took me (and my mother-in-law, who was in town that weekend) through the process explained everything and answered any questions I had. I wound up meeting several cats, but as they say, a cat picks you, and that's how I wound up with Jackie (previously Nicoria), who loves her new home so far. Definitely a worthy option if you are looking to provide someone with a new lease on life.