ASPCA emergency shelter begins process of reuniting pets, owners

The ASPCA emergency shelter that opened up after Sandy tore through the borough is now trying to reunite the animals with their rightful owners. The

The shelter has started to reunite pets and owners so that they can close up shop.

The shelter has started to reunite pets and owners so that they can close up shop. (1/5/13)

BED-STUY - The ASPCA emergency shelter opened up after Sandy tore through the borough is now trying to reunite the animals with their rightful owners.

The shelter opened up in Bed-Stuy to give those affected by Sandy time to get back on their feet without having to worry about their pets.

The shelter has started to reunite pets and owners so that it can close up shop.
 

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ASPCA Emergency Boarding Facility
Location: 1508 Herkimer Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11233
Hours: Seven days a week, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Hurricane Sandy Pet Hotline : 347-537-9935

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