“Cody, a lovely male, 12-pound, six-year old, neutered, inoculated Miniature Pinscher, was surrendered to Brooklyn Animal Foster Network, aka BAFN, by his family who was evicted from their home. They did the right thing by coming to us to find him the best possible home, which is our promise to them and Cody.

“He has a wonderful personality, loving and affectionate, and is a lapdog that will be happy doing whatever you do. He is great with kids, cats and other dogs in case you want to add to your family. I envy the people who adopt Cody because they will always have a beacon of love in their home. Please call Laurie at 917-754-3537 to meet Cody in Park Slope, Brooklyn.”

ADOPTION UPDATE: ROSIE, the six-year-old exotic kitty listed in my February 23 column, has been adopted into a loving home, without big pets.

DEAR JUDE: “Help, please. I am at the end of my tether. I just bought and signed a contract for a beautiful co-op in Bay Ridge. After reading the small print, my heart broke. This building is not pet-friendly. My beloved 15-year-old cat cannot move with me. Oh, my God, what do I do? I did not think that if I owned my own apartment, that I would still face the NO PETS clause. I am alone in my condo.”

DEAR ALONE: Many condos and co-ops are not pet friendly; the boards are very strict about this policy. Please check with your family, friends and co-workers about adopting a calm, healthy, senior kitty. If you are unable to re-home her, please list with MUFFIN’S. It is a long-shot, but you never know. Her picture and description would be needed. Alone, please keep me informed.

ANIMAL ADVOCATES UNITE: Support Companion Animal Access and Rescue Acthave introduced new rescue access and shelter reform legislation, Assembly number A.7312-A and Senate Bill S05363A.

The centerpiece of the legislation is a rescue access provision that would still make killing illegal if qualified rescue groups are willing to save an animal’s life.

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