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PVF in the News

Mayor's Alliance: Making New York City A No-Kill City

by Alisa Manzelli, Global Animal

Sunday, October 6, 2013

Pet Radio-Mayors Alliance for NYC Animals

by Robert Paul Hudson, Pet Radio Show

Sunday, August 4, 2013

Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals has created, supported programs aimed at eliminating euthanasia in city shelters

by Clem Richardson, New York Daily News

Sunday, March 24, 2013

Noelle Lands New Home in the New Year

by Out of the Cage!

Monday, January 7, 2013

Shouting Out With Glee — Thanks to You!

Request from the Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

SocialPakt and the Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals Partner to Aid NYC's Homeless Animals

Press Release by the Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals

Monday, December 12, 2011

A Magical Weekend of Pet Adoptions and Unusual Holiday Fun!

Press Release by the Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals

Friday, December 9, 2011

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Welcome to the
Picasso Veterinary Fund!

How the Picasso Veterinary Fund is saving lives…

Traditionally, animals with extreme medical needs who are taken in by animal control shelters are euthanized because the funds needed to pay for extensive surgeries and other expensive treatment just haven't been available. But many of these animals would make wonderful, loving pets if only they had access to the medical treatment they need. The Picasso Veterinary Fund was created to give these animals the second chances they deserve. By paying for medical treatment that otherwise would not be available to them, the Fund is saving lives that in the past would have been lost.

Administered by the Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals, the Picasso Veterinary Fund pays for lifesaving medical treatment for sick and injured animals transferred from Animal Care & Control of NYC (AC&C) to other Alliance Participating Organizations (APOs) for adoption.

These animals get the veterinary care they need to get back on their feet, and then are put up for adoption when they are healthy enough to be placed into a permanent home. Since 2003, hundreds of dogs and cats have received medical treatment paid for by the Fund.

 

 

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