PFP is a not for profit tax-exempt organization 501 (c) (3).
The purpose of this organization is to help save homeless pets on the streets of New York, and eliminate their homelessness.
Please join us to unite against pet's homelessness.
Every day in every state, thousands of our healthy pets are being killed by our government, and millions are on the street. This killing is funded by our tax dollars. It is cruel. We want to put these funds towards community based shelters which will prevent their homelessness. We have a plan.
We urge you to take action, and call our representatives.
We have no right to be killing hopeless animals which we have created.
We don't want to see homeless, abused pets roaming our streets!
We demand that the city comply with its obligation under the laws which we already have protecting pets in our city, and they are:
New York State law related to Humane Education Sec. 809, humane education provided in all schools collecting public funds.
New York City Administrative code Sec. 17-810, requiring the city has enough shelters in each borough.
New York Law, Agriculture & Markets 353 defines depriving any animal of necessary food, water and shelter cruelty to animals, criminal offense.
We need new legislative initiatives.
DOG AND CAT OVERPOPULATION CONTROL LAW:
New York City and the State has a serious overpopulation of unwanted dogs and cats. Millions are euthanized each year, and millions are on our streets suffering from exposure, lack of food, water, and mistreatment.
In order to reduce the numbers, we are proposing the following:
We need an advisory board on the issues of overpopulation which should include at
Dog and cat overpopulation fund: fees and penalties, public tax-levy collected to be allocated in the expense budget of the city and used to fund rescue groups, education programs, free sterilization, and low cost veterinary services for low-income residents.
We need a Protocol for all city agencies to follow and to be reinforced by the employees of the police department and ASPCA to protect and help the homeless pet population. Animal rescue groups need access to all city lots and properties in order to feed, or otherwise help the homeless pets.
Obligations under the law:
People For Pets
NO MORE HOMELESS PETS
HOW WE TREAT OUR ANIMALS REFLECTS ON WHO WE ARE.
Please join us and make a difference.
The Mayor: (212) 788-3000 or (212) 788-7418
Public Advocate: (212) 669-7200
Borough President: (212) 669-8300
The Speaker: (212) 788-7210
HPD: (212) 863-6100
You can also call 311.