Help animal shelters.

Humans are not the only ones in need of assistance. Many animal welfare organiza-tions are no longer adopting out pets at this time, and those that are, such as Animal Haven and Bideawee, are doing so only by appointment. As a result, groups such as Muddy Paws Rescue are seeking people to foster pets. And just about every organization could benefit from donations of money or supplies. (Animal Care Centers of NYC, for one, has its own Amazon Charity List.) The Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals has a list of local shelters and welfare groups.




As we socially isolate in response to COVID-19, we are all gaining a greater appreciation of our homes, which as New Yorkers, mean so much more than the physical spaces we live in.

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