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NY SAVE Upcoming Events

Coming Soon

Please join

NY SAVE

for a

Lobster Fest

Afternoon of food, drinks, fun and entertainment to support it's mission, Saving Animals in Veterinary emergencies

Saturday September8, 2012
4:00 pm (rain or shine)
738 Toldt Hill Road
Staten Island, New York

Casual Attire, Valet Parking, Raffles and Prizes.

Special thanks to:
Ms. Barbara O'Donell Simpson
for lending her private home for this event.

www.nysave.org

212-246-3097

Please click HERE to download the invitation

 

 


NY SAVE Past Events


The Algonquin Hotel benefit featuring "Matilda"

New York City's Algonquin Hotel cat in residence Matilda invites the public to a party Aug. 8, 2012, with a reception, cat adoption event and cat fashion showcase to benefit NY Save, a pet financial assistance organization. Algonquin cat Matilda will also celebrate the reopening of her home, which received major renovations this spring.

Hosted by pet lifestyle expert Sandy Robins, the event starts with cat adoption opportunities from Bideawee Adoptions, who will have shelter cats on site starting at 3 p.m. The reception starts at 5 p.m. and features “Mew-dels” in Meow Wear cat fashion in the Algonquin Hotel lobby adjacent to the famed Round Table restaurant. Guests can enjoy raffles with prizes such as wicker kitty pods, stylish leather cat collars and a KittyScape cat amusement center. A $25 entrance donation to NY Save is requested.

The Algonquin Hotel has had a resident cat since the 1930s. Ragdoll mix breed Matilda is the 10th cat at this famous landmark hotel, which adopted her from North Shore Animal League. "Matilda plays such an important role as she provides a ‘fur fix’ for people who miss their cats when they are traveling,” Robins said. “People come from all over the world to stay at the hotel to meet her!"

Matilda will treat guests to a gift bag with items such as Fancy Feast food coupons, stylish food bowl, toys, Zoom Groom curry brush and a framed souvenir photograph of Matilda. Also included, Robins adds, “A calming collar, specially for cats that don't enjoy large crowds when their pet parents entertain at home.”

The Algonquin Hotel reopened its doors in May after nearly six months of décor renovation, which totaled $15 million. To celebrate its re-opening, the Algonquin has updated its popular Matilda Package to include:
•    Accommodations in newly renovated apartment-style rooms
•    Continental breakfast for two
•    Welcome cocktail in the hotel lobby
•    Matilda coloring book
•    "Fabulous Felines" book by Sandy Robins
•    Plush, stuffed Matilda cat and chocolates for kids to take home
•    CATabulous eye mask for “the best cat nap in town!”

"Behind the Scenes"
at
BluePearl Veterinary Partners

410 West 55th Street, NY, NY 10019

and

"Getting to Know Us"
NY Save Animals in Veterinary Emergency

Wednesday, May 16th, 2012
7:00 to 9:30 PM

Drinks, Hor d'oeuvres
Tour of BluePearl Veterinary Partners
and
Getting to Know Us: NY SAVE

RSVP by May 1, 2012
to
Effie Cooper
at
212-246-3097

VMA Of NYC Annual Dinner Dance on NYSAVE  Fundraising Event aboard World Yacht 
April 16,2011

Veterinary Medical Assocation of New York City 's

Annual Dinner Dance, Award Ceremony, and NYSAVE Gala" to be held

Saturday April 24th, 2010

at the Grand Hyatt

West 42nd Street

New York, New York

Rock n Rudolph Benefit Concert

WHAT: Pet-Rox Third Annual Rock n Rudolph benefit concert to raise funds for NY SAVE (Save Animals in Veterinary Emergency)
WHEN: Thursday, December 10th
WHERE: Don't Tell Mama
343 W. 46th St. (between Eighth and Ninth Ave – “Restaurant Row”)
TICKET PRICE: $25 (partial proceeds to benefit to NY SAVE) + 2 drink minimum (Cash Only)
TIME: Doors Open: 8:00 PM, Showtime: 8:30 PM
RESERVATIONS: Call 212-757-0788
or reserve online
 

Join the American Kennel Club® and the Cat Fanciers' Association® for Meet the Breeds—the world's largest showcase of dogs and cats—on October 17-18, 2009, at the Javits Center in New York City. With 160 dog breeds and 41 cat breeds, plus demonstrations, shopping and children's activities, no pet lover will want to miss this unique and fun-filled event. Each breed will be presented in its own designated space, decorated to reflect its heritage, characteristics and unique attributes as a pet, while allowing attendees to literally "Meet the Breeds" by petting the dogs, cats, puppies and kittens and learning about them directly from the experts.

Click Here For More Information!

 


April 29, 2006
The Jumeirah Essex House

VETERINARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION OF NYC RAISES FUNDS FOR
NEWLY ADOPTED PETS


Over $60,000 Will Provide Some Needed Health Care

For the first time ever the Veterinary Medical Association of NYC did more than honor some outstanding members during the course of its annual awards dinner dance, Paws and Applause. A raffle, silent auction and special journal advertising raised funds which will provide some necessary veterinary care for newly adopted pets from the city’s shelter system, Animal Care & Control of NYC (AC&C) whose new owners/families are not able to pay the costs involved.

As part of the silent auction, AC&C cardboard pet carriers were decorated and autographed by celebrities such as former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani , Peter Max, and Donald Trump. Jon Stewart (host of The Daily Show and the 2006 Academy Awards Show) also lent his talents, not only to design and decorate a pet carrier, but to perform at the event which was attended by some 280 veterinarians, their clients and event sponsors.

Monies raised will be administered by NY Save Animals in Veterinary Emergency, Inc., a nonprofit charitable organization, the VMA of NYC helped found in 1998. Veterinarians participate in this program from all five boroughs of New York City and discount their fees by 50% or more in order to treat these companion animals.

There is an ever increasing demand for NY SAVE’s dollars now that a program has been instituted to end the killing of shelter pets in New York City. The Mayor’s Alliance of NYC is working with the City of New York toward the day when no New York City dog or cat of reasonable health and temperament is killed merely because it does not have a home.

It may be some time before the final dollar is turned over to NY SAVE for this special project, but a minimum of $50,000 is anticipated and over $10,000 in contributions has already been received from individual New Yorkers who support NY SAVE’s efforts but were unable to attend the event.

Paws and Applause Award Winners:

Dr. Jay Kuhlman—Distinguished Life Membership
Dr. Alexandra van der Woerdt—Veterinarian of the Year
Dr. Jeffrey Levy—Merit
Dr. Amy Attas—Outstanding Service to Veterinary Medicine
Katharina Otto-Bernstein—NY SAVE’s first Humanitarian Award for on-going financial support

We are proud to acknowledge the following PAWS AND APPLAUSE Corporate Sponsors:

Platinum
Hartz Mountain

Gold
Antech
ASPCA
Merial
Novartis
Pfizer, Inc.

Silver
American Veterinary Supply Corp.
Bayer
Fort Dodge
Hill's Pet Nutrition
IAMS
PCI, Inc.
Royal Canin Veterinary Diets


 

 

 

 

Comic

All the artistic integrity has gone to the dogs.

Illustration by Marcelo Casidis

Click on the image below to see pictures from:
Art & Antiques for Animals


NY SAVE's 2003 Veterinarian of the Year
Dr. Kemper, Feline Health Center