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Their Mission Statement

NY SAVE is a philanthropic organization, established in 1998, to provide funding for emergency veterinary care of pets who need treatment and are unable to receive it because their owners can't afford to pay the costs involved. NY SAVE's mission is to alleviate suffering of companion animals in New York City. It seeks contributions from the public and from corporations and foundations.

Summary of Impact

Some 850 pet animals have been treated through NY SAVE.  These are companion animals who would not have received treatment/care although their owners care for them but do not have the money available to pay for treatment.

New York Save Animals in Veterinary Emergency, Inc. is a nonprofit organization based in New York, NY. Having been around since 1998, it serves the greater New York community for the last 24 years, particularly in area of New York. New York Save Animals in Veterinary Emergency, Inc. is also known as NY SAVE.
Today New York Save Animals in Veterinary Emergency, Inc. is 1 of nonprofits in New York. New York Save Animals in Veterinary Emergency, Inc. has been serving in areas particularly in Array. For more regarding New York Save Animals in Veterinary Emergency, Inc. visit their site http://www.nysave.org or search their EIN 13-4006186

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