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BHA Sez: Room for More Dogs at the Show

We’ve received this notice from the Brooklyn Heights Association: Is Your Dog A Winner? The BHA Annual Dog Show (this Sunday afternoon!) has spots available. There are more spots available for the Talented Tricksters, Fashionistas (Costume), Teachers Pets (aka Most Obedient), Sweet Talkers (Most talkative/ Best Bark),Lovable Large Dogs (over 40 lbs). The show is [...]

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Gorgeous Cat Found on Monroe and Clark

Found this stunning feline around 8:30 am. Clean, seems healthy, very friendly, but no collar or tags. We’re on our way to check for a microchip.

MIRACLE ALERT: The kitty was microchipped and reunited with its family today!

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BHA Dog Show and Summer Space Sunday, September 21

Dog owners and lovers: the Brooklyn Heights Association will have its annual Dog Show on Sunday, September 21 from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. in front of Pet’s Emporium (Sami’s place) on Montague Street between Henry and Hicks. There will be many contests and prizes; you must pre-register your dog to participate. More details and link [...]

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BBAWC Adoption Event Sunday

The good folks at Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition will be parked (literally!) on Montague Street on Sunday with an adoption van full of adorable felines from 11 am to 4 pm. City Chemist has graciously offered the space in front of their shop at Henry and Montague. BBAWC rescues cats and kittens (and pretty much [...]

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Another Monroe Place Feline Foundling

We’re happy to report that our last lost Monroe Place feline was reunited with its humans, but there must be something in the water over there, as our friends at BBAWC report that another lonely feline was found on Monroe last weekend. This nine-week old kitten was found by residents of the street who reached [...]

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Curbed Ponders NYC’s Best Pooch Parks Including Brooklyn Heights’ Hillside Dog Park

As part of Curbed’s “Outdoors Week”, they’re looking for the city’s best dog park. Of course our own Hillside Dog Park is up for consideration.

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Is Your Cat Missing? Friendly Feline Found On Monroe Place

Our good friends at the Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition were alerted that a friendly, thin cat had been spotted on Monroe Place by several people.  When a BBAWC volunteer went to check it out, this gorgeous guy was sitting in front of 13 Monroe Place in the shade. No one answered the door, and [...]

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Kitten-palooza! Find Your Summer Companion(s) On Saturday

The Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition is holding an adoption event at Grand Army Plaza in Park Slope on Saturday, June 21st from 10 am to 3 pm. This rescue group has “oodles” of friendly cats and kittens who are waiting for their forever homes, and they’re teaming up with Long Island’s North Shore Animal [...]

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Calling DUMBO Residents: Can You Help Find A Kitten?

Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition seeks information about a seven-week-old black and white kitten last seen on Jay and Plymouth Streets in DUMBO. From the good folks at BBAWC: This kitten’s mother and siblings (as well as two intact males) were trapped Sunday evening for spaying, neutering, and vaccinating, and he has not been seen since.  [...]

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Left Behind Twice, Uli Is Ready For A Home To Call Her Own!

Five-year-old Uli found herself homeless after her previous caretaker passed away. This sweet feline was dumped at a kill shelter, and the good folks at Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition couldn’t bear to see her left behind when she was the only cat left on an Animal Care and Control van at the end of [...]

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A Kitten Shower To Help Snowball

It’s kitten season, and shelters and rescue groups throughout the area are chock-full of kittens needing fosters, adopters, and…medical care. Our friends at Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition are holding a kitten shower this Saturday to help raise money for one particularly needy feline, and all the others they’re caring for this spring. Snowball needs [...]

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It’s A Great Weekend To Adopt A Cat–Fees Waived!

The good folks at Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition tell us that there’s no better time to adopt a rescued Brooklyn cat than now, and, really, who could argue? Thanks to the Maddie’s Pet Adoption Days promotion, a generous grant will cover your adoption fee on Saturday and Sunday at adoption events being held in [...]

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Willowtown Spring Fair Coming Saturday, May 17

We have word from Ben Bankson (in striped shirt in photo, at last year’s Fair) that this year’s Willowtown Spring Fair will be Saturday, May 17 from noon to 5:00 p.m., on Willow Place (between Joralemon and State streets). This year’s Fair will feature a pet parade. Participants and pets should assemble in Adam Yauch [...]

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Lost dog in Brooklyn Bridge Park

This from our good friends at Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition: “I was riding my bike near Brooklyn Bridge Park yesterday and we found this little poodle / bichon sprinting down the street after nearly getting hit by a car. I’m pretty sure he’s really home sick. No tag or chip.” Please email if [...]

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Brooklyn Heights Veterinary Hospital Update: Renovating and Open for Business

This update from Dr. Heather Thomson of the Brooklyn Heights Veterinary Hospital at 59 Hicks Street:

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BHB Adopt A Pet: Her Name is Lola, and She’s a Showgirl…

Snuggly Lola came from the same home that last month’s adoptable dog Bebe did: they were surrendered when their human was no longer able to take care of them.  Pulled from Animal Care and Control three months ago, both Lola and Bebe have been living in Heights foster care ever since. Despite the strain of [...]

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