Win-Win Divorce Solutions is one of the only Long Island divorce mediation firms that offers an impartial co-mediation experience with mediators who have training in both law and social work.
You’re in luck if you are looking to adopt a cat in Long Island—Nassau County, Suffolk County, Brooklyn, or Queens. Long Island, New York residents have a lot of options when it comes to finding their newest feline family member. At Tender Loving Cats, their motto is: Rescue the mistreated, save the injured, and love the abandoned. Tender Loving Cats is an all-volunteer, nonprofit, no-kill shelter that seeks to help Long Island’s cats and kittens through adoption, medical care, and TNR (trap, neuter, and return). It recently opened its second adoption location at the West Babylon Petsmart. The Long Island Feline Adoption Center is located in Smithtown. There’s also the Town of Huntington Cat Shelter in East Northport. LICKS, or the Long Island Cat and Kitten Solution, in Freeport is a low-cost spay and neuter clinic for both pets and community or feral cats. Bobbi and the Strays is another option for a compassionate, no-kill shelter with many cats looking for loving homes. They have locations in Freeport and Glendale. There are two cat cafes on Long Island: A Kitten Kadoodle Coffee Café and the Shabby Tabby Cat Café. New York State is the first to ban cat declawing. “Declawing is a cruel and painful procedure that can create physical and behavioral problems for helpless animals and it stops today,” Governor Cuomo said when he signed the legislation into law. Long Island, New York City, and the entire state of New York has shown an extraordinary commitment to animal welfare and especially to the health and happiness of its cats.