Imagine this: You're walking down Broadway and you're suddenly met by a van full of adoptable puppies and kittens. That's exactly what happened to unsuspecting New Yorkers who stopped by North Shore Animal League America's mobile adoption van on Thursday.
The shelter rolled up to McGinn Cazale Theatre with actress Lisa Lampanelli to promote her off-Broadway play "Stuffed," while encouraging adoptions.
There were tons of different breeds of dogs and cats at the event, but they all had one thing in common -- big, open hearts.
Contact the shelter at animalleague.org to find out if these pets still need homes.
You're walking down the street and then ... BAM ... puppy kisses. (Credit: Samantha Wieder)
This female lab mix pup, just 11 weeks old, really loves being the center of attention. (Credit: Samantha Wieder)
At 4 months old, this female chihuahua mix sure is one playful pup. Shelter staff said she loves to run around. (Credit: Samantha Wieder)
This 2-year-old beagle knows just how handsome he is. (Credit: Samantha Wieder)
This passerby may have fallen in love. (Credit: Samantha Wieder)
This 9-month-old schnauzer mix is a tad shy, but she's sure to open up in her new home. (Credit: Samantha Wieder)
If there's ever a reason to sit down on a Manhattan street, it's to play with an adorable adoptable pup. (Credit: Samantha Wieder)
Don't forget about the kittens! Shelter staff said this 4-month-old male cat has a playful personality. (Credit: Samantha Wieder)