Target: Dr. Randon Feinsod
Goal: Applaud Ani-Care Animal Hospital in New York City for their diligent work ensuring rescued rabbits find homes.
Ani-Car Animal Hospital in New York City has assisted 65 rabbits in finding loving homes in less than three months. This Ani-Car Animal Hospital Rabbit Adoption event partnered with the ASPCA and New York Police Department in Union Square, Central Park, and the Lower East Side New York City involves roughly 230 rabbits that were seized by the police from Gowanus, Brooklyn early last year. Many of the rabbits sent to other shelter facilities have also found homes, though the number of bunnies still up for adoption is uncertain.
Often, when animals–especially animals such as rabbits–are rescued, they have little hope of finding a home. Many sit in shelters until they are euthanized or live on rescue farms until they die. Other animals are too diseased and do not survive long enough to hope for adoption. To hear that Ani-Care Animal Hospital went above and beyond to ensure that these rabbits didn’t meet that all-too-common fate is wonderful.
Animal rescue and adoption aren’t a new field for Ani-Care Animal Hospital–its vet, Dr. Feinsod, is very active in both areas. He is director and adviser for Sean Casey Animal Rescue in New York City. Not only does he handle pets, but also rescues of native wildlife. Together with Sean Casey, he has helped countless animals and amphibians such as crocodiles find new homes or be rehabilitated into the wild.
With such experience, it’s really no wonder Ani-Care has had so much success adopting out these rescued bunnies. Sign our petition to thank the organization for its efforts.
Dear Dr. Feinsod,
With your history in animal rescue, it’s not surprising to many that you would also be involved in helping the rabbits rescued from Gowanus, Brooklyn last year. Still, the amount of dedication it must take to organize adoption events and handle as many as 65 adoptions in three months is astounding. Certainly, it was no small feat to accomplish alongside running an animal hospital. It’s wonderful to Ani-Care so involved in finding homes for the animals that pass through the hospital–even more so that it was so successful.
Thank you for doing so much to help these rabbits and ensure they all have a loving home. As a veterinarian, it isn’t necessarily in your job description or expectations, but doing so much for animals really shows how much you love them. To see someone take on such a job for more than just the payoff is amazing.
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