New Yorkers: You Can Help Increase Access to Pet-Owner Accessible Housing
The NYC Mayor’s Office of Animal Welfare is conducting a survey to learn more about how pet ownership impacts access to affordable housing.
We encourage all of our supporters who live in New York City with their pets (or who have had pets in the past) to participate in this survey. The resulting data may help improve access to housing across the city and hopefully serve as a model for other areas.
About the Survey
The survey is made up of only 8 questions, mostly multiple choice. In less than 5 minutes, you could make a big impact on housing in New York City.
Excluding My Dog Is Excluding Me
Help us end exclusionary breed restrictions in housing insurance.
100% of your donation will go toward ending exclusionary breed restrictions, which often lead to discrimination against marginalized communities.
Welcome to a special edition of the Individual Animal. What follows is a reenactment of the deposition of Cindy Rarrat. She is a private contractor working with Sioux City Animal Adoption and Rescue Center.
Advocating against breed-specific legislation involves a lot of emotion, but we need to focus on facts and solutions to make positive change happen.
The not so surprising answer to all of these myths is that research shows that "pit bull" dogs are just like other dogs.