Humane Society Of New York
Rating: 2 stars 4 4 reviews
306 East 59th Street New York NY 10022 USA
To foster the humane care of animals through a fully staffed medical clinic, animal shelter and public education programs, as well as an adoption program to place animals with qualified new owners.
Animal medical care - clinic is maintained for scheduled & emergency treatment 7 days a week. Spay, neuter program to help control the population of unwanted pets and abandoned animals. Approx 38,000 animals were treated in 2014.
animal shelter and adoption - provides shelter & medical care for stray cats & dogs and for animals whose owners are no longer able to care for them. Efforts are made to place animals with qualified new owners. Approx 200 animals are in the shelter.
public education - promote medical care & humane treatment of animals. Newsletter,publications, ads & tv appearances are used to instruct pet owners & and the public on the proper care and respect for animals.
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In October 2012, I submitted an application to adopt a dog. I followed the instructions, gave them all information that they asked for and dutifully faxed it over to them.
When a week passed and no word, I called, and was told that the person handling applications is "very" busy and will get back to me. I left my name and number. She never responded. So I called again. Same story. Left my name and number and explained that this is the second time I am calling. No one ever got back to me. The organization may be humane to animals but they are certainly unprofessional, arrogant and irresponsible towards humans.
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