- rescue and placement of unwanted animals
- provision of necessary medical care
- promoting trap-neuter-return (TNR)
- support for and collaboration with individuals and other animal welfare organizations
- education of the public on the importance of sterilization, basic animal care, humane treatment animals, and the value of animals as an integral part of our society.
***WE ARE NOT A SHELTER***
We are a rescue organization and our animals live in foster homes until they are adopted.
If you are interested in becoming a foster parent please contact us
To View Our Adoptable Cats
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Conner’s Cause for Supposedly Unadoptable Cats is our initiative to highlight the plight of cats that have a very difficult time finding their forever homes. We hope to change public perception about what makes a cat “adoptable”.
We recently produced this commercial which aired on Channel 7 (WABC-TV New York) as a public service announcement.
While we do not have a physical shelter, we have partnered with PetSmart at two locations: 1600 Marcus Ave, New Hyde Park, NY 11040 and 4 West Circle (Green Acres Mall), Valley Stream, NY 11581 as well as Petco at 25451 Horace Harding Expressway in Little Neck, NY 11362 to provide housing for many of our adoptable cats.
You can stop by and meet them whenever you want!
We hold adoption events at the following locations:
PetSmart – 1600 Marcus Ave, New Hyde Park, NY 11040
Please check with us before you come.
Our Adoptable Cats can be found on
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OPEN YOUR HEARTS TO SUPPOSEDLY UNADOPTABLE CATS
We want to change the public’s perception of “adoptable cats”. We are strong advocates for an entire class of cats that we lovingly refer to as “supposedly unadoptable cats”. Please visit the “Conner’s Cause for Supposedly Unadoptable Cats” page.
PLAN AHEAD FOR A LONG LIFE FOR YOUR PET
EVEN IF SOMETHING HAPPENS TO YOU
A major educational focus of our group is to bring attention to the ever present need to have advance emergency directives in place for your pets. Please consider, if you haven’t already, WHAT HAPPENS TO YOUR PET IF SOMETHING HAPPENS TO YOU?? Please click on the page labeled “emergency directives for the care of your pet” for important information about this topic.