Send an Email to Your State Senator

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State Senators Phil Boyle and George Amedore are circulating a budget sign on letter for the Companion Animal Capital Fund. It will be a letter that goes to Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan asking him to include the fund in the … Continued

Funding for Shelter Capital Projects Gathering Steam

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Momentum for the Federation’s $5M Companion Animal Capital Fund is building. Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara (D-Schenectady) is championing the initiative in the Assembly. He is circulating a letter to his colleagues asking them to add their support. You can help by … Continued

Federation Pushing for Companion Animal Capital Fund

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The Federation has been working with the Governor and the State Legislature on the establishment of  $5M Companion Animal Capital Fund that would help defray the costs of capital projects at the state’s animal shelters. Over 20 shelter executives have signed on … Continued

Cuomo Vetoes TNR Bill

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Sad but true, Governor Cuomo vetoed the TNR Funding Bill, A2778/S1081. We are disappointed but not dissuaded. We will continue to meet with his staff to determine the reasoning behind his veto and how to better approach the issue in … Continued

TNR Bill Going to the Governor

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Governor Cuomo has called up the TNR Funding BIll. Click on the Action Center link above to send the Governor an email asking him to sign the bill. There’s plenty of opposition. We have to act today!

TNR Stories and Stats Needed

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Now that the TNR bill has passed both houses, we need statistics and stories about the effectiveness of programs across the state. Please share your information with us. Email our Executive Director at libbypost@nysapf.org.

TNR Rhetoric Heats Up at the Capitol

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As the session winds down and the rhetoric about TNR heats up, we’ve put together a fact sheet with our colleagues at the ASPCA to counter the mistruths and misinformation the anti-TNR folks are spreading. Click here to take a look.