Muffin’s Pet Connection: Bring Bella home

WOOF WOOF: Hi! I am Bella and I’m the cutest puppy you have ever seen. I am a beautiful, sultry, black and white, sociable Pit Bull with an awesome personality and a ton of energy. I am 10 months old, 55 pounds, spayed and up to date with all of my vaccinations including rabies and bordatella.

“I am housebroken, friendly, loving and can be your best friend if you let me. I am great with older children and other pets and can be left in the house alone to guard your things while you are out.

“Unfortunately, my owner cannot provide the best possible care and environment for me at the moment, so he’s trying his best to help me spread my love to another family. Can you find it in your heart to help me him and adopt me? I promise you will not regret it. Please call (718) 974-3043or email ( and ask for me, Bella. Hopefully, we will meet soon. This could be the beginning of a new friendship!


C'mon Meet Bay Ridge's singing cats -- they love to chirp, meow, purr and vocalize in perfect harmony. Not only do they sing when you caress them and give them nose kisses, but they are unique and beautiful. Their long hair glistens in the sunlight, and their facial expressions are priceless. Visit or contact us at 917-889-5896. An adoption fee is requested, and a hard cat carrier is required. ***

Bobbi and the Strays is part of New York City’s growing movement toward no-kill animal shelters. More than 150 rescue groups and no-kill shelters in New York City work with the umbrella organization the Mayor’s Alliance for New York City animals. The alliance’s goal is to transform New York City into a non-kill community by 2015.


STOP CAT OVER-POPULATION: Muffin’s and the Mayor’s Alliance created MAMA, a TNR FERAL CAT SPAY/NEUTER coupon program, rabies shot and left ear tipping included. Cats must be in a humane trap and brought to one of the participating MAMA vets. Call the vet’s office first and ask for an open appointment for a male or female surgery.


ALERT… Dangerous Cat Foods: A steady diet rich with tuna, can cause mercury poisoning and can also leave cat malnourished; it does not contain all the important vitamins and minerals a cat needs.

Raw fish, like raw eggs and raw meat, can cause food poisoning. Raw fish contains a compound that breaks down thiamine, an important B1 vitamin for cats that, when missing, can cause serious neurological problems. ASPCA animal poison control center at 888-426-4435 or the Pet Poison Hotline at 855-213-6680. Both phone lines are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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