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The Staten Island Council for Animal Welfare (SICAW) is a non-profit tax exempt organization founded in 1972 dedicated to the rescue, care and placement of stray and abandoned animals. Volunteer members rescue homeless animals roaming the streets, tend to their needs and place them in good homes. All pets are examined by Veterinarians, receive protective inoculations, necessary blood work and are spayed/neutered.
In 1996, SICAW established its own low cost spay/neuter program, Neuter Network. Each year millions of healthy dogs and cats are euthanized or abandoned, falling victim to hunger, disease and cruelty. This low cost program helps put an end to the misery of pet overpopulation. SICAW is also committed to furthering the education of the public about the importance of spaying/neutering and proper pet care.
All SICAW work is done by volunteers and monies received through contributions, membership and fundraising activities are used for animal care and services, advertising, printing and other expenses of administration.

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If a man aspires towards a righteous life, his first act of abstinence is from injury to animals.
- Albert Einstein
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I would like to dedicate the revised version of this website to little "Calico", who came to me as a newborn kitten with her four siblings at just five days old on July 9th, 2008. Little "Calico" had bowel issues from the very beginning, but this is often the case with kittens that are bottle-fed. She was treated with everything imaginable, but nothing helped her. She would have to bathed up to six times a day, and cooperated with everything I put her through with purrs. She was one of the most affectionate, lovable kittens I have ever met. I decided to have her hospitalized for observation. I visited her twice a day and helped bathe her and clean her cage and she was always happy to see me, reaching through the bars when she heard my voice. After almost two weeks, it was determined she needed to see a Specialist. The Specialist looked at her X-rays and within seconds delivered the devastating news that there was nothing that could be done for her. A heart-wrenching decision was made right then and there. We loved one another dearly until the very last moment together on October 13th, 2008. She will always be in my heart.  Danielle Garguilo
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Meet Peanut and Big Boy!
Peanut (DLH) and Big Boy (DSH)are sister and brother. Peanut is very affectionate and loves to be held and kissed or to sit in a comfy lap. Big Boy is also a friendly guy but it takes him some time to warm up to new people. He loves to play with his sister and to be stroked by his special person.The siblings are bonded so it would be nice if they could get adopted together. Their owner is extremely ill and unable to care for them and is devastated at having to give them up. As you can imagine the cats are also distressed at finding themselves without their special person and have been moved several times until we were able to find a foster home.

If you would like to meet Peanut and Big Boy, please call Clo at 718-948-5623.

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