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We’re going #LIVE with foster dad Nono and his foster #kittens Suki and Jam. Get ready for lots of cuteness interested in fostering? Visit ASPCA.org/meow (link in bio!)
Meet Hollyhock! This 4 month old sweetie is blind, but that doesn’t stop her from cuddling up on her favorite peopleInterested in adopting this cutie? Visit our adoption center in #NYC or visit ASPCA.org/adopt for more info! #aspca#kitten
In honor of #DayOfChange, the ASPCA Field Investigations and Response Team is taking over our Instagram Story today! Watch as they give an inside look at the care we provide at our temporary shelters for animals rescued from cruelty cases across the country.
Wanna help us save more animals from cruelty? Donate today and % of your gift will go to our Rescue Fund: aspca.org/HelpToday 🧡 (link in bio!) #aspca
Found in a Queens, New York, backyard without food or water, 8 year old Maxwell was rescued by the @NYPD in January 2017. He spent the next five months at the ASPCA Animal Hospital where he was treated for severe skin disease, hair loss and for being severely underweight.
After recovering from a variety of medical conditions, Maxwell was transported to the Sedona Shepherd Sanctuary, which finds homes primarily for adult and senior shepherds—75 percent of whom come from shelters. It was there that Ed B. and his family met Maxwell after recently losing their family dog to cancer. “We agreed that we would not wait long to rescue another senior dog,” said Ed, whose previous shepherds, Tequila and Shamrock, lived well into old age. When Ed and his wife Christine met Maxwell, they formed an instant connection.
To read the rest of this heartwarming happy tail, visit aspca.org/news (link in bio!) #aspca#adoptdontshop
Happy 4th of July!Are you planning on celebrating with your furry friends? Watch our Story and swipe up for some helpful tips to keep them safe and happy during today’s festivities #aspca
#PSA: hot cars can be DEADLY! Even with the windows cracked, temperatures inside a parked car can climb from 80 degrees to 112 degrees in less than 30 minutes. Leaving an animal alone in a car is more than just a bad idea, it’s a form of animal cruelty! #aspca
Ready for the Kitty World Cup? We’re about to go #LIVE with some adorable cuties as they show off their skills — are you rooting for Furrrance or Pawtugal? #aspca