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More than two-dozen cats found in Islip home

On Wednesday, Jan. 18, Suffolk County police commissioner Rodney K. Harrison and Third Precinct Crime Section Lt. Matthew Colonna held a press conference, during which they announced the arrest of an …

Patiently waiting a year and a half at the Shabby Tabby Cat Café in Sayville, Piper, an adult cat, was finally adopted by a repeat adopter to the organization. Amanda Trantel had previously …

Fur, feather, and fin family members were all represented at the 44th annual Pet Parade in downtown Sayville on Saturday, Sept. 10 at 9 a.m. This free event has been hosted annually by the members …

The Last Chance Animal Rescue, based in eastern Long Island, held an adoption event at the Sayville farmers’ market on Saturday, Aug. 27. Three dogs from South Carolina were adopted that day …

With her trusted equine friend by her side, Mackenzie Campbell has been making amazing strides in her speech therapy and has even secured a spot at the prestigious Hampton Classic. A 5-year-old …

Sloths may be slow, but Humane Long Island wasn’t slow in protesting Sloth Encounters, a business in Hauppauge where you can hold and feed sloths. “There is no excuse for animal …

In a heartwarming and against-the-odds story, a loose cat was rescued by a Sayville resident and reunited with its parents from Florida, who were in the local area for vacation. Debra Reines, a …

On Tuesday, July 26, the Suffolk County Police Department held a ceremony to honor the police canines and their handlers who had recently successfully completed canine training class and achieved New …

On Saturday, July 16, the Long Island Dog Owners’ Group hosted its seventh annual Beach Party at the off-leash dog park at Mud Creek. With sand and sea abound, the four-legged partygoers …

St. John’s Church in Oakdale held a Blessing of the Animals on Sunday, May 23 for furry, feathered, and finned friends. It was the third annual blessing event (with a one-year hiatus for the …

March 23 was a busy day at the Canine Companions Northeast Training Center in Medford. Not only was it National Puppy Day, but the training center was also hosting one of their bi-monthly puppy …

The Town of Islip Animal Shelter and Adopt-A-Pet Center is inviting residents interested in making a donation in Betty White’s name to either mail $5 to the Animal Shelter,or choose from one of …

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