Kittens rescued from under grate

We've done a lot of cat rescues, but this is the first time we've required a pool net! We were contacted about 2 kittens who were born in a window well about 4 feet deep. The mom could get in and out but the kittens couldn't. It took some wrangling, but we were able to scoop the kittens up and they're now safely in foster.



Meow Mixer tickets now on sale!

Join us on May 12th! Meow Mixer is a fun event to celebrate and support the rescue work of Infinite Hope. This year we'll be gathering at Industry City Distillery, a location with a host cat, great views of the NYC Harbor, and delicious cocktails! Tickets here


TNR workshop on Saturday 3/26/16

Infinite Hope volunteers will be teaching another TNR certification workshop in Brooklyn, on 3/26 at Pacific Library near Atlantic Terminal/Barclay's Center. Registration is free and once certified you can access free spay/neuter appointments and TNR equipment. Register here.

Boston passes "puppy mill bill" to ban sale of animals in pet stores

Boston has joined with other cities from around the nation to ban the sale of commercially bred animals in pet stores. Pet stores can continue to work with rescue groups and shelters to help people meet animals to adopt. 

The Boston Globe covers the story here.

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Good news from NYC animal shelters!

A New York Times article reports that "Animal Deaths Down and Adoptions Up Amid Reforms at New York Shelters."

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Thank you, Rock and Rawhide!

We love Rock & Rawhide! If you don't know them, they are a nonprofit organization that provides food, toys, and supplies for animals in shelters and in the care of rescue groups. These are just some of the wonderful donations that they have given to Infinite Hope recently for our foster kitties. Thank you, Rock & Rawhide!


Infinite Hope receives reward from John Catsimatidis

Infinite Hope's assistance in bringing home Arthur "the Subway Cat" earned a reward from cat lover John Catsimatidis.

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Doug is getting the care he needs

Doug got some good news from the specialists at Animal Medical Center (AMC) yesterday. The cardiologist said that Doug has a very rare condition that is causing his heart murmur, but he believes that it is treatable with surgery. Doug needs to wait until he's a bit bigger for that procedure, but thanks to AMC To The Rescue funds, most of his vet care will be covered!


Infinite Hope 2015 Annual Statitics

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