Stray Animals In NYC Are An Issue And Need Your Help

It might come as no surprise that the number of homeless animals is on the rise this winter. The problem of stray animals in New York City has become so big that it has caught the attention of a local New York City attorney. Esquire Ross Abelow has started a campaign using Go Fund Me to help the animal shelters in New York City. The money raised is being used to help the homeless animals. The goal of the Go Fund Me is to raise five thousand dollars.

Ross Abelow started the campaign around January 13th because the cold temperatures were starting to set new records highs. Homeless animals are at risk because there is no protection form the cold weather. Because these strays do not have anyone to care for them, they need things like food, medical care, vaccines and more. The shelters need funds to pay for these items.

Ross Abelow is an attorney who cares about the community he lives in. Ross understands that helping people and animals is what life is all about. Ross helps people n his law practice everyday.

Ross is a partner in Abelow & Cassandro LLP and works in the areas of family law, entertainment law and commercial litigation. When not practicing law or helping with the animal project, Ross is active writing for legal blogs and he own, personal blog. If you want to get to know Ross Abelow better, you can follow him. He has a Facebook page and is also on Mashable.

As for the Go Fund Me, it is easy to donate and each animal lover can do their part to help these animals with ease. With the ever growing need of costly animal care and no protection in sight, every little bit helps. You can help prevent un-needed animal deaths and help to provide for these animals in their time of need. Mr. Abelow will make sure that the money gets to the shelters and provides the operating funds that they need. The money from the Go Fund Me can help to make sure that the shelter is there to help the hungry, sick and cold animals who might die without this much needed help.For more information or to give a generous donation, please visit

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Whittick John says:

Things like blankets and other growing needs cost the shelter a truckload of money. Mr. Abelow realized that he could oversee this project and is happy to do so as a way to give back to the community. This site: has highlighted some points that needs to be buttressed all along.

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