Talk about an ultimate celebration!
Bring your cats, dogs, and whatever animals you have out for some fun and excitement this week until October 10th!
Started in 1931, October 4th is World Animal Day and the following week has been turned into a series of events for the pets and animals residing in NYC.
In Brooklyn's Prospect Park, FIDO Coffee Bark will be open for those who show up between 7-9AM. Free coffee, pastries, and dog goodies will be available.
Not a morning person? Head to Moore High School in Staten Island for pet adoptions, services, and products.
Tomorrow, there is a service at the Church of the Ascension, 127 Kent St. in Brooklyn, and Dog Habitat Rescue will host a blessing of animals and remembrance. A parade begins at 3:30 p.m., preceding the 4 p.m. church ceremony.
The events continue the entire week! If you're in the NYC area, treat yourself and your furry family member to a fun day of celebration!
For a complete listing of the many events taking place during New York Week for the Animals, go to www.newyorkanimals.org.
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