Fuzzy Brooklyn: Cute puppy, kitten, and other furry friend coverage
Bay Ridge: This lost pup is home — just in time for the holidays! Comments (6)
The nation’s largest domestic-abuse shelter built to accommodate humans and their pets debuted in Kings County on Tuesday, sparing women and families the grief of having to choose between a roof over their head, or keeping a beloved companion at their side, according to an abuse victim. Comments (4)
Fort Greene: Furry, four-legged Brooklynites modeled a gamut of getups in Fort Greene Park on Sunday during the neighborhood’s annual dog-costume contest, where one mutt had onlookers salivating with his breakfast-inspired disguise, according to an admirer. Comments (1)

Scary cute! Dressed-up pups strutt their stuff at Terrace rescue’s Halloween bash

Windsor Terrace: It’s a spook-tacular Windsor Terrace tradition! Comment
Event: It was a procession of paws! Comment
Windsor Terrace: The owner of a Windsor Terrace no-kill animal shelter — along with a few of his fuzzy rescues — took a fashionable turn as models in new advertisements for preppy retail giant J. Crew. Comment
Bay Ridge: A pair of Ditmas Park dog owners are desperately searching for their pooch, Pickles, who would-be rescuers have chased across the borough since he ran away during an August walk. Comments (3)
Bay Ridge: Paws for a moment of silence for one of New York’s Furriest. Comments (6)
Bay Ridge: The owner of a lost chicken was reunited with her missing bird on Wednesday with help from a so-called animal-rights activist, who returned the fowl to its Ditmas Park home and the care of its hen mother — only after conducting a tour of the place to ensure it was no poultry plant. Comments (1)
Park Slope: Animal lovers flocked to Prospect Park and its surrounding neighborhoods on Saturday and Sunday for a pair of events chock full of four-legged fun. Comment
Park Slope: Dapper pups dressed in the latest canine couture turned out for a beloved Park Slope bar’s dog fashion show on Saturday, where the furballs’ finery won them even more affection from neighbors than usual, according to one mutt’s mom. Comments (1)

Safety fur-st! Locals receive lesson in animal CPR

Brooklyn Heights: More than a dozen animal lovers learned how to give vital mouth-to-snout resuscitation to their furry friends at a Brooklyn Heights rescue’s first-aid seminar on Wednesday. Comments (2)
Bay Ridge: Call it an early Howl-o-ween! Comment

Bow-ouch! Vets give local pups free flu shots at Borough Hall

Downtown: Who’s a healthy boy?! Comments (1)
Brooklyn Heights: Stop feeding the feral cats of Brooklyn Bridge Park! Just stop! Comments (14)
A strain of canine influenza that’s infected more than a dozen Kings County canines in recent weeks will only get worse before it gets better, according to a city vet. Comments (5)
Park Slope: Youngsters jumped in line to meet the Easter Bunny at Washington Park near Park Slope’s Old Stone House museum on Saturday, but some tots were not hoppy at all after face time with the festive rabbit, according to one mom. Comments (2)
DUMBO: A wayward pup escaped from her owner and took off down the tracks at a Dumbo subway station on Friday — the first day of the Year of the Dog — stalling F-train service for roughly an hour until some transit workers came to her rescue. Comments (4)
Local transit officials forced a Brooklyn-born tech startup that provides canines with curbside kennels to remove its rental doghouses from sidewalks across the borough — after the mayor’s office invited the company’s founders to represent the city at an international tech conference last year. Comments (1)

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