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ASPCA Helps Rescue 33 Dogs from New York City Apartment

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ASPCA Helps Rescue 33 Dogs from New York City Apartment

Our fight against animal abuse never stops. The ASPCA has assisted the New York City Police Department (NYPD) in rescuing 33 dogs from a small New York City apartment. The Shih Tzu-mixes were found in overcrowded, filthy conditions and in need of veterinary attention.  

In cases such as this, your support is critical. All our lifesaving work—from rescue operations to veterinary care for animal victims of abuse and neglect—takes tremendous resources. We need your help. Every dollar makes a difference in the life of an animal in need. Please donate today!

Our fight against animal abuse never stops. The ASPCA has assisted the New York City Police Department (NYPD) in rescuing 33 dogs from a small New York City apartment. The Shih Tzu-mixes were found in overcrowded, filthy conditions and in need of veterinary attention.  

In cases such as this, your support is critical. All our lifesaving work—from rescue operations to veterinary care for animal victims of abuse and neglect—takes tremendous resources. We need your help. Every dollar makes a difference in the life of an animal in need. Please donate today!

Our fight against animal abuse never stops. The ASPCA has assisted the New York City Police Department (NYPD) in rescuing 33 dogs from a small New York City apartment. The Shih Tzu-mixes were found in overcrowded, filthy conditions and in need of veterinary attention.  

In cases such as this, your support is critical. All our lifesaving work—from rescue operations to veterinary care for animal victims of abuse and neglect—takes tremendous resources. We need your help. Every dollar makes a difference in the life of an animal in need. Please donate today!

If you prefer to give by phone please call 1-800-628-0028.

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If you prefer to give by phone please call 1-800-628-0028.