We've been adopted! Thank You!
Speedy Gonzales- a Collared lizzard found a few weeks ago. He is super friendly, and while he is jumpy, he does not bite.
BunBun and Charlie (the 2 rabbits together): These two cuties were originally rescued from a home in which they were severely neglected. They are both neutered males and really enjoy each others company. They come zooming over for head rubs and must be placed together!
Pammy (single white rabbit): Pammy was pulled from the shelter recently. She is a sweet little girl, recently spayed, and ready to begin her life with a loving family.
Maggie (Senegal parrot): Maggie has a very sad history. In Connecticut, somebody saw a box get tossed from a car. Inside was this adorable parrot- very malnourished in sick. Dr. Brown took her in at her practice in Ct. and nursed her back to health. She is dong great and finally ready to be rehomed! She is friendly, but prefers men. We have not tried her with other birds, but she may be happy with a feathered friend as well!
Liza (Cockatiel): Liza was another one of our NYC street rescues. She is a female and loves to whistle and play. She is not hand tamed, but with some TLC she will come around. She would probably prefer to live with another cockatiel, but in the right home, she may learn to love people too!
Silas (Quaker parrot): This AMAZING baby parrot was found in Brooklyn. Originally it was thought he may be one of the wild Quakers that live there, but he has a leg band so he was bred in captivity. He is very young- still not weaned, but learning to eat on his own more and more every day. He is a complete love-muffin and wants nothing more than to be held and kissed- he will make an amazing family companion!
Nelly (yellow/green budgie): This cutie is very nervous, but super cute! She found her way here when a good samaritan found picked her up on the street. She would love a companion budgie to live with!
Angel (white budgie): Angel was found on the streets recently. She was not out there too long and while she may miss her old home, she is anxious for a new one! She would do great with another budgie (perhaps one of the others we currently have for adoption!)
Budgies: Jack and Molly-adopted!
Budgies: Jack and Molly were both found flying around the big apple this summer. They were not found together, but fell in love when they met here at the hospital. They are both in good health and ready to go to a loving family!
Rabbits: This is Mochi and Marshmallow, a lovely brother/sister bonded pair rescued a few months ago. They are eagerly awaiting a home where they can play and get petted! They are young, spayed/neutered, and need to be placed together in their forever home!
is a very snuggly male neutered rabbit who is anxious to be in a loving home. He was taken out of a shelter to be given the chance with us at finding the perfect fit for him and whoever his new owner may be!
Thomasino is a 1 1/2 year old male neutered house rabbit. He is incredibly friendly and wants to be petted all day long! He appears to be a lop, however, one ear stands straight up from his head while the other hangs down... so he must be some sort of mix! Either way, he is a loving boy who needs a good home!
Blossom is a sweet little lovebird who was found in Riverside Park. He is a happy little bird, but can be on the chatty side! We think he would be happiest with another lovebird, so if you are looking for a friend for someone you already have, come meet Blossom!
is an adorable 6 month old male/neutered rabbit who is looking for a long term home. He has the most unusual calico fur and funny ears that are in between straight and lop. We jokingly call him "helicopter" ears! Griffon is very sweet and friendly and could potentially be bonded to another rabbit. Please come visit if you're interested in meeting Griffon.
is a 6 month old, spayed female rabbit who is full of energy. She loves running around the hospital and getting into everything. Let us know if you're interested in a fun-loving rabbit with lots of personality!
Grey Face - Adopted!: African Grey ParrotGrey Face
This amazing parrot was found in a park in upper Manhattan. He is less than a year old and wants nothing more than to get head scratches and kisses. He is already talking and will require a forever home with someone ready to take on a lifetime commitment!
Kanye - Adopted!: Jenday ConureKanye
This bird was found on someone’s fire escape. He waited there patiently until they opened their window and he flew right in! Unfortunately, the cat at home was not willing to share her home and Kanye ended up with us. He is battling the effects of being out in NYC for a while (some kidney problems, malnutrition, and serious feather destructive behavior) but every day he is stronger and healthier. His favorite thing to do is sit on someone’s shoulder and snuggle!
Lili - Adopted!: Yellow LovebirdLili
was also found outside in New Jersey. He is a zany, friendly bird who is not hand trained, but does not seem to know how to bite! He is extremely interested in other birds and would do well in a home with a bird he could bond with. His favorite thing is to be held on his back and have his stomach rubbed! Currently he is partaking in our Conversion Camp as we try to teach him how to eat more nutritious foods!
Newton - Adopted!Newton
This amazing Rex breed rabbit came to us from NYC’s Animal Care and Control. He is a neutered male and amazingly friendly! He is currently going through a big shed (thus his fuzzy hair!) and those with allergies to rabbits are not a good candidate to take him home. He solicits petting and head rubbing all day long in our reception area and will make a truly special pet for those wanting a rabbit who likes affection.
Socks and Pinky: Adopted! Socks and Pinky
These spirited neutered male rabbits were found in Riverside Park by a park ranger. They were dirty, hungry, and exhausted, but with a little TLC they are now a dynamic duo! They spend most of their day making “Bunny Binkies”, dancing all over our treatment room. They must be adopted together, as they are very much bonded and potential owners should be ready for fun!
Farrah: Adopted!: the lionhead mix rabbitFarrah
is a 7 month old, lionhead mix rabbit. She was abandoned at a local animal shelter with her brothers and sisters. After her family members were all adopted, Farrah came to us to find her second chance. She is spayed and in good health, a bit timid at first, but very sweet and loving once she gets to know you.
Aggie: Adopted!: the rex rabbitAggie
is a wonderful, cuddly, rex rabbit who needs a good home. She is 3-5 years old and has been spayed. Aggie is shy at first, but loves people and petting once she gets to know you.
Hightop: the CockatielHightop: Adopted!
is a young, probably female, cockatiel who was found on the street in Manhattan. She is very curious and sweet, but has obviously not been handled much by people. She is in good health and would be a great bird for someone who is willing to spend some time training her, or who has other cockatiels.
Wally: Adopted!This is Wally - a lovable 4-year-old male African Red-Belly!
He is looking for a home with someone who is experienced with birds and who knows how to handle a tough little parrot, as Wally does tend to be a little naughty. But as with all parrots, with training and the right owners, he will make a fantastic pet. Please call for more information.
Carlito the Bugie: Adopted!Carlito
is an energetic and colorful budgie (parakeet) who was found hanging around with some pigeons on the street here in Manhattan. He is probably less than a year old and in good health.
Rocky Starz: Adopted!: Male rabbitRocky Starz
is an amazing young, neutered male rabbit who is full of energy. He loves running and leaping around the hospital and spends hours each day rearranging the adoption window. Rocky would do well in a home where he has some room to run and plenty of adults and children around to play with.
I've found a home!: Rocky the JardineRocky is an adorable, 2 1/2 year old Jardine’s parrot.
He was very sick when he first came to the Center and his owners could not take care of him. Rocky has been recuperating in the hospital for several weeks and he is feeling much better! He loves to have his head scratched and he makes cute kissing sounds. Rocky will be a great companion, he is looking for a new home with someone who has plenty of time to spend with him.
We've been adopted!: Thelmo and Louise
New in the hospital are Thelmo and Louise:Thelmo and Louise are approximately one-year old, brother and sister rabbits. They have been spayed and neutered and are in good health. We believe they are a mix of dwarf and lionhead rabbit breeds which explains their adorable, grey and white hairdos
I've been adopted!: Splenda the Budgie
Splenda is an approximately 3 month old budgie who was found flying around an Upper West Side park. He was born with a medical condition called “splay-leg” where his legs stick out to the sides and don’t support his entire body weight. Luckily, Splenda has no idea that he is handicapped, he spends his days happily flying around playing. He is otherwise in good health. Splenda will require a special cage set-up to keep him comfortable. If you are interested in adopting him, we will be happy to discuss his care requirements with you.
I've been adopted!: Juniper
Juniper is an adorable, 5 month old rat who loves napping in her fleece hammock and running through cardboard paper towel rolls. Her favorite snack is a slice of strawberry. She has been spayed and although she enjoys the excitement of the Center’s adoption window, she is ready to move to a permanent home.
Laurie and Linda
Laurie and Linda are two beautiful, lop-eared sisters who were abandoned at the local shelter. They have both been spayed and are in good health. These bunnies are completely bonded to each other, so we would like to find them a new home together. We've been adopted. Thank You!
Monk was found wandering the streets of Riverdale, NY. When he was first brought to us he was thin, dehydrated, and very scared. We named him Monk because he is missing the feathers on the top of his head. After a few weeks of TLC, Monk has become one of the best singers in the hospital! His bloodwork shows that he is in good health, and although he will probably never regrow the feathers on his head, we think he is adorable.I've been adopted. Thanks!
Susie and Bettina
Bettina and Susie came to live at the Center when their owner could no longer care for them. Susie, the all white rabbit, has a badly fractured hind leg that required surgery to repair. She is learning how to get around with her splint and we are hopeful that she will make a full recovery. Bettina is black with tan markings, is in good health, and is very bonded with Susie. Both rabbits are 6-7 month old, spayed females who love to cuddle. We've been adopted. Thank You!
Lupe: the Jenday Conure
Lupe ended up here when someone found him on their balcony on the Upper West Side one morning a few months ago. He is colorful, playful and extremely vocal. Lupe gets along great with other small birds and people once he gets to know them. Sunflower seeds are his favorite, and he’ll do anything to get one. I've been adopted. Thank You!
came to us from Animal Care and Control with a broken back leg. We performed surgery and we are hopeful he will fully recover. He is brown and grey, and loves to eat a variety of greens and veggies. Lenny is extremely gentle and sweet; and is looking for a loving and caring home where he can recover and become a part of the family. I've been adopted. Thank You!
Peggy: BudgieI’m Peggy!
I was brought here when my previous owners could no longer take care of me. I had a leg injury, and had to have it removed. It doesn’t slow me down at all! I am full of life, active and lovable. I love looking at myself in the mirror, and maybe could do well with a friend.
Peggy has been adopted, thanks!
Muffin: The Guinea PigMuffin
is an adorable 5 month old, spayed, female guinea pig with a great personality and an awesome hairdo. She is petite in size, but very outgoing and curious. Although Muffin does not mind the excitement of the hospital, she would prefer a nice home with a new family. Her favorite foods are dandelion leaves and romaine lettuce.
Muffin has been adopted. Thank you!
is a sweet 7 year old burgundy colored canary. He has a non-communicative hereditary disease called straw-feather disease which makes him look like he forgot to comb his feathers. He is accustomed to being handled. Akbar, named after the mogul ruler Akbar the Great, will sing on occasion and he has few vices. Sadly, he cannot move to Hong Kong with his human family so we must find him a new home. Akbar has been adopted. Thank you!
is a young, female budgie who was found flying around in a shopping mall. She is very brave and strong and will make a great pet. All her blood and fecal tests are normal so she can be placed with other birds.
Jade has been adopted. Thank you!
Snow Puff and Baby Puff
Snow Puff (white) and Baby puff (tan & white) are mother and son guinea pigs who were abandoned at a local shelter. They have been spayed and neutered and are in good health. Baby Puff likes to hide under the bed while Snow Puff watches over him. They both love fresh greens. They have found a new, loving home, thank you!
Slim: Leopard Gecko
Slim, a leopard Gecko whose owner did not want to keep him any more! Slim has found a new home, thank you!
Safron: Bearded Dragon
Safron, a bearded dragon who was abandoned at a local pet shop
Lexi and Baily - sisters
Lexi and Bailey (2 sister bunnies) were rescued from Animal Care and Control.
Cocoa - House Rabbit
Cocoa is a male neutered house rabbit. He was rescued from Animal Care and Control in January. We do not know much about his history, but he appears to be young (less than 1 year) and is extremely friendly. He loves to run around the reception area soliciting attention, even if it means circling between our feet! He enjoys playing with toys and having a nice snooze in a warm lap.
Cocoa has found a new mom!
Cocoa and his new mom
Paprika: - Bearded Dragon
Paprika is a female bearded dragon of unknown age. She was abandoned in Long Island when her owners could not afford the life-saving treatment she needed. After a month here at the Center Paprika has completely healed and is thriving. She is ready for a new home.
Lucy. We believe that Lucy is a female cockatiel, approximately 1-3 years old. She was abandoned at a pet store and found her way to us in late February. Lucy is a beautiful bird who is extremely nervous. She has clearly never been handled before, and may do best either with another bird or in a home with somebody who is experienced with untamed birds. She has a beautiful whistle!
Reese: guinea pig
Reese is a male neutered guinea pig who is approximately 6 months old. He was rescued from a shelter in Brooklyn and has been in our care since January. He is a very social pig who will come right over to get a head or chin rub. He loves to run and hop all around his enclosure until he gets so exhausted that he collapses into his snuggling cup! He loves fresh veggies and will WHEEK until he gets what he wants! I've been adopted, thanks!
Tribeca was found in… Tribeca! We believe she is a girl, although she is young and it is difficult to be sure. She was extremely thin and weak, had no tail, and a painful wound on her beak. She is on the road to recovery, but still very shaken from being on the streets of Manhattan! Even though she has been through a rough ordeal, she has not bitten anybody, and is gaining energy every day. I've been adopted, thanks!