Missing Dog in Sunnyside!!!! Help!!

If you have ANY INFO, please email the owner at mellie914@gmail.com

(from owner)

Brandi is missing from the Woodside area in Queens, NY. She got out of her home yesterday 6/12/13 at 12:30 pm, near Queens Blvd and 61st St. Someone caught her around 1:30 pm in that same area and gave her away to “a Mexican man” who lived in Sunnyside Gardens (that’s the only description she gave). A dog matching her description was seen running alone near Sunnyside …Gardens at 2 pm that same day. It is likely that it was Brandi and that she got away from the man. She could be anywhere right now.

Brandi’s family is distraught and just want her back. Brandi is tan with white, a pit bull mix, very shy.

If you have seen her or have any information on her whereabouts, please email mellie914@gmail.com

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Help us find Teddy the Cat!

Teddy has recently been spotted on Skillman between 47th-50th streets.

He desperately needs care, he has no teeth and requires special care.

Let’s find the little guy! The link for the flyer is below.

Cheers,

Rick

http://www.sudsmutts.com/missing-cat-contact-owner-if-you-see-this-cat/

Report Animal Cruelty

Friends,

We have had a couple recent incidents of found dogs in the neighborhood.  I want to thank you all for your concern and vigilance.

Reporting Cruelty

I want to remind everyone that there are some easy resources to turn to if you witness animal cruelty, abuse or negligence.  If you witness this type of crime please don’t keep it to yourself.  Please click on the link below to read a comprehensive FAQ regarding animal cruelty.

http://www.aspca.org/fight-animal-cruelty/reporting-cruelty-faq.aspx#nyc

The following information is taken from the above link:

“You can report cruelty or fighting complaints to either the New York City Police Department or to the ASPCA Humane Law Enforcement department, which can be reached at (212) 876-7700, ext. 4450, or humanel@aspca.org.”

Help for Owners

If you know someone who is having trouble keeping their pet there is a great resource in NYC for them.  The Pets for Life NYC program is designed to help reinforce that pet ownership is a lifelong commitment and can provide services for eligible owners to help them with boarding, training and more.  There is more information on the link below.

http://www.humanesociety.org/animal_community/shelters/pets_for_life_nyc.html