Muffin’s Pet Connection: Help Bob and BARC

WOOF WOOF…Bob, is a three-year-old, male, 30-pound, Foxhound/Beagle mix. He was originally found as a stray with a rope collar and leash, then brought to a police precinct in Coney Island.

Bob is really energetic, and loves to play and howl. He was recently surrendered back to BARC after being adopted, because he became aggressive with the owner, but was good with her children and other pets. He developed separation anxiety, and this is being worked on now. An experienced pet companion is needed to work with this pooch.If you would like to meet him, please visit the Brooklyn Animal Resource Coalition (BARC) shelter located at 253 Wythe Avenue at North First Street, Brooklyn,NY11249or call 718-486-7489. Adoption Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 12 to 4 p.m. E-MAIL:***MEEOW-MEEOW…Good Golly, MISS MOLLY is an outgoing, brown tabby, found as a stray, now living at BARC. She is very talkative and seems to be saying, “Please take me home with you. I will give you my heart for safekeeping and I will take yours in return. This could be the beginning of a new friendship.”***BARC KENNEL NEEDS A NEW FLOOR: After years of people and animal traffic, the kennel floor has expired. Your help is needed to apply an environmentally-friendly floor made from renewable resources, which lasts for a long time, through biological reproduction or other naturally recurring processes.Long term, this will provide the staff and the dogs with a much better environment. For more information on how YOU can help, please contact BARC. Thank you and God Bless!***

THREE-CHEERS for a local shelter…New York City honored BARC with a street name.

HEY JUDE: The BARC Shelter is getting honored by the city of New York by having our own street name. Part of Wythe Avenue, where our pet store that funds the shelter is located, is now called BARC Avenue. We are a 501c3 not-for-profit, no-kill, privately run animal shelter located in Williamsburg

“Since we opened our doors in 1987, we have been providing care to animals throughdedicated volunteers, our pet supply business, andprivate donations. After more than 20 dedicated years of rescuing stray animals and offering resource services to the community, we have been rewarded by the city. Visit us at our new street – it’s located at Wythe Avenue and North First.

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