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Bail Reform and Shelters

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There’s been a lot of talk about bail reform. One of the unintended consequences is how the new law affects SPCAs, Humane Societies, non-profit and municipal shelters who care for animal seized in cruelty cases. The Federation, with the help … Continued

Double Your Year-End Donation

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Our sister organization, the NYS Animal Protection Foundation Education Fund, has teamed up with the Staffworks Fund. The Ed Fund is now part of the SWF’s 2019 Save A Life Campaign, If you give between Tuesday, December 3rd and the … Continued

CACF RFP Released

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The NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets has released the 2019-20 Request for Proposals for the Companion Animal Capital Fund. Proposals are due on January 21, 2020 at 4 p.m. The grant must be uploaded through the NYS Grants Gateway. … Continued

5 New Members Join the Fed

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The Fed’s been busy these last few weeks. The State budget has been the focus but we’ve also brought on five new members. Welcome to Godspeed Horse Hostel, a humane society based in Dutchess County specifically dealing with horses, Hudson … Continued

Pet Sales Ban Bill Introduced

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The Fed has been working closely with Assistant State Senate Majority Leader Michael Gianaris, Assemblywoman Linda Rosenthal, the ASPCA and the Humane Society of the United States on introducing a pet sales ban bill (S4234/A6298) that prohibits the sales of … Continued

Shelter Capital Needs Survey Complete

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With 22 shelters responding to our annual Shelter Capital Needs Survey, almost $63,000,000 is needed for their capital projects. The Fed is working with Senator Monica Martinez and Assemblywoman Deborah Glick on restoring the Companion Animal Capital Fund, which would … Continued