A cat shelter grows in Brooklyn (and it’s run out of one guy’s apartment and funded by social media)
Steven Liu hopes to capitalize on the Internet’s love of felines and help New York shelter cats find forever homes in the process.
America’s first cat cafe opens in New York — for 4 days
Purina ONE has set up a temporary cat cafe in Manhattan’s Bowery neighborhood where visitors can sip ‘cat’achinos’ and even adopt a shelter cat.
Are vintage EVs the answer to New York’s carriage horse controversy?
The Horseless eCarriage may look like a Brass Era car, but under the skin it’s a modern battery electric. The car’s future is caught up in a bitter battle (with celebrities!) over the welfare of the horses.
Kvetchtown, USA: Mapping NYC’s most complain-y neighborhoods
The Big Apple’s complaining culture gets its very own interactive website that spotlights the top issues (noise! vermin! dog poop!) reported within 42 different neighborhoods on a daily basis.
Architects get innovative for NYC’s stray cats
Feral felines will be moving into ‘purr-fect’ new pads designed by some of the city’s top architects
The cat and the businessman: 2 hurricane survivors take on life after Sandy together
Scared and skittish, Joy spent a year at the ASPCA offices learning to trust people, and now that she’s been adopted, she’s finally living up to her name.
Feral cats hijack nativity scene in Brooklyn
In their defense, the felines live in the Red Hook stable year-round, but these well-fed strays really ought to give baby Jesus some space.
Snowy owls shot and killed at JFK airport
The Port Authority recently ordered workers at JFK International Airport to shoot and kill snowy owls spotted there.
The agency issued the order after an owl flew into the engine of a plane on the New York airport’s tarmac last week.
On Dec. 7, JFK workers shot 2 snowy owls with a shotgun.