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Review for The Animal Medical Center, New York, NY, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

Two years ago I rescued a kitten who was hit by a car and had been left in a paper bag for over a day. She had 12 pins put into her hip at AMC (thanks to a special grant from AMC) and is now an active and happy kitty. AMC staff were so sweet and loving, I was so impressed and thankful for their care. The last appointment we had several of the staff came out to say goodbye to the kitty (Tuxie).

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Review for Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals, Inc., New York, NY, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

Wonderful organization. They support small animal rescue nonprofits throughout the city. Hold big events to draw people in who are thinking about getting a pet but may not know how to go about it. Super nice staff, very caring.

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Review for Ithaka Harbors Inc, New York, NY, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

Amazing organization! Wonderful people with a passion for technology and higher education.

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Review for Animal Care Centers of NYC, New York, NY, USA

Rating: 1 stars  

I've only had bad experiences with ACC. I'm not sure if it is a real nonprofit. I know the city outsources animal rescue to them. They kill many of the animals, They changed their name and tried to rebrand a year or so ago but animal lovers in NYC know what they are up to.

Role:  General Member of the Public
 

Review for City Critters Inc, New York, NY, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

I got my two kitties from City Critters 4 years ago. They are amazing, caring folks. If you want to adopt a cat these are the people to go to!

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Review for In Our Hands Rescue, Bronx, NY, USA

Rating: 1 stars  

My friend fostered a small black lab from In Our Hands Rescue last year. We met them at unleashed pet store in East Village. The puppy did not seem well, was listless and tired. They told us it was tired from the drive from Georgia. We tried to feed the little guy but he wouldn't eat and didn't have energy. Within 24 hours we called the organization to tell them the puppy was not well. They said don't worry and agreed to meet us the next day, Monday morning at Penn Station. The puppy died later that day, had pneumonia. Heartbreaking.

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