HELP + RESCUE
Abandoned Cats: Please do not let an abandoned cat go hungry and unattended. If at all possible, please take the animal indoors to a quiet place (a separate room, bathroom, cage, etc. will do temporarily) and contact us (518)822-8643 or via email at email@example.com.
Injured cats in need of immediate help: Please contact your local veterinarian first. We will always try to assist you if there is no help is available. Kingston Emergency Clinic: 1112 Morton Blvd Kingston, NY 845.336.0713 Latham Emergency Clinic: 222 Troy Schenectady Road, Latham, NY 518.785.1094
Hoarding Situations: Please contact our Director via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office at (518)822-8643
Animalkind's first rescue this year: Cat found matted and starving huddling in a bed of wet leaves in Styvesant, NY. She's now safe, fed and warm at Animalkind. If you miss this beauty please contact us at: Animalkindny@gmail.com
Over 43 cats and 52 kittens were discovered at a rural apt. complex in the woods.
Animalkind took all kittens in foster and is still in the progress of TNR the feral cats at site. Two caretakers are now feeding daily the remaining 15 feral cats and 5 more to go until we have all done.
ANOTHER SURRENDER AT ANIMALKIND
Five cats were surrendered in a cardboard box and covered with fleas.
They were so infested it took the caring Animalkind staff over 2 hours to clean and bath them. They are happy, warm and save now.
A sad story about two good hearted people who lost everything and had nowhere to go. Their beloved cats were in dire need of rescue, on Thanksgiving day.
Animalkind went and got all 12 cats.
Safe at last! Catskill, NY- Sunday 7 am: 3 kittens are found in a dumpster in Catskill, NY. Animalkind took them in from the police dept. but the officers didn't leave it like that. The investigated immediately and found the owner. The momma cat was seized and the furry family is reunited again and safe at Animalkind!
Kudos to the Catskill Police Department for saving those little souls, following up and saving the entire feline family!
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Animalkind received a call on sunday 10/27/13 from a concerned neighbor stating that a family moved over 2 weeks ago and left animals in the apartment-they see cats in the window. Animalkind contact the police department and together we went to the alleged site of abandoned animals. What we found was a house of horror. feces everywhere, garbage, furniture, roaches and insects, smell and doom. We discovered 8 cats-one was locked in the bathroom for 2 weeks! A pet rat was still alive, skinny and thirsty, clinging to cage when she heard our voices. We rescued 8 cats and the rat, all needed hydration and lots of TLC. Charges will be brought against the tenants. Please help us helping those forgotten pets
Late in the evening of May 1, 2012, on the third floor apartment where a caretaker lived, a small fire broke out due to the hot embers of a cigarette coming into contact with bedding. The fire was extinguished before the fire department even arrived. The building didn't burn to the ground, but something equally terrible occurred. The building-wide sprinkle system was activated, releasing a torrent of water, not light rain showers, but a flood of water throughout the building. 150 cats were displaced. Read the article below about how we made it through.