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A warning before you scroll down: You will NOT be able to resist these adorable faces.
Whether you have an active family or you're living the mellow single life, there's a New York City pup or kitty with a similar personality looking for a new home. Find out more about these pets at aspca.org/nyc.
Robbie loves to PLAY! Break out the mouse-on-a-string and get ready for playtime.
Robbie is also an aspiring singer -- he makes often makes a chirping noise that is adorable beyond words. Plus, he'll give you a high five in exchange for a treat. What more can you ask for from a feline friend?(Credit: ASPCA)
Hope you're ready for a new friend, because Frieda loves everyone she meets! When it comes to her fellow canines, she prefers a low-key pup.
Frieda has some skin issues, but the ASPCA staff can walk you through her care needs.(Credit: ASPCA)
Robin is a social cat but can be nervous when meeting new people. His adopter should be prepared to give him some time to warm up and get comfortable in his new home. He would love some fun toys to chase and another cat friend to play with! (Credit: ASPCA)
Caitlyn is a Border Collie mix who loves playtime with other dogs. She's shy, but feels more confident when walking with a dog friend. After she gets to know you, she'll be happy to lounge next to you on the couch. (Credit: ASPCA)
Dermott doesn't let his blindness keep him from livin' life. He really enjoys playing with other dogs, especially his pal Caitlyn. He also enjoys lounging and would like to curl up next to you on the couch. (Credit: ASPCA)
Glenda is a senior sweetie at 11 years old. This sophisticated kitty still has a lot of life and love to share so don’t let her age dissuade you from giving her a chance! Still in her prime, Glenda is good with other cats and polite dogs who respect her. She has been diagnosed with diabetes and requires a low dose of insulin twice a day, along with a special diet. Her medical needs are quite basic though, and shouldn’t prevent her from living a long healthy life. (Credit: ASPCA)
Hazel is very affectionate, but it takes her a while to get to know new people. She already understands "sit" and "down" and is eager to learn new tricks!
While she does love to run, Hazel has arthritis in one of her legs and some pain in her knees, so she needs a family that will monitor her diet and exercise.(Credit: ASPCA)
Kathy is a sweet and sensitive kitty looking for a supportive home. She has diabetes and needs some special care, but will repay you with love. (Credit: ASPCA)
Rolo has tons of energy and enjoys a daily run. He loves almost every new human he meets, but isn't a huge fan of other dogs. He already knows "sit" and is ready to learn a few more tricks! (Credit: ASPCA)
Feather marches to the beat of her own drum, and will let you know when she feels like receiving attention and when she’d prefer to have some of her own space. She can be very playful and would love an adopter to give her plenty of enrichment with fun interactive games. She would do best in a home with older children and should be the only pet in the home. (Credit: ASPCA)
Cece was getting a bit overwhelmed in the shelter environment so she is living the high life as a foster kitty in the office of an ASPCA staff member. Cece is shy at first and takes time to come out of her shell but needs a family to see how special she really is. (Credit: ASPCA)
Snuggles is a 12-year-old kitty who lives up to her name. She is very sweet and docile! She still has plenty of life left in her and despite some special hypoallergenic needs this pretty girl will make the perfect companion. (Credit: ASCPA)
Bonnie is a young pit bull-terrier mix who loves to make new friends. She has tons of energy, so her new family will need to provide her with plenty of mental and physical exercise and enrichment. (Credit: ASPCA)
Bart, a seven-year-old domestic shorthair, is a friendly little guy but is a bit uncomfortable with all of the handling that comes with a shelter environment. He appreciates attention but would prefer a mellow family. (Credit: ASPCA)