B e l o v e d M a s c o t
Battered and bruised, old and scarred, they have fought many battles and given birth amid the trash. Their offspring are trash to some, treasures to us. A Loving Touch transforms them, once again, into trusting and valued companions. With only love to give, they heal their physical and emotional wounds. For these, Loving Touch was created.
From the streets of the South Bronx to Broadway...
See how this senior junkyard dog won our hearts
and became our Beloved Mascot.
Read her story.
Loving Touch is an all volunteer, non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization. Our mission is to help homeless animals find a better way of life and to help find new homes for pets that owner's can no longer keep. To prevent the birth of unwanted homeless animals by spaying/neutering every animal that we rescue. To provide medical care for each of our rescued animals. To educate the public in all aspects of pet care and responsibility. To provide a loving and safe environment for each of our rescued animals until a suitable home is found.
A Plea for Daisy - a misunderstood dog that is having a hard time finding a home. Read Daisy's rescue story!
Thanks for bearing with us as we update our New Website!
We are excited to share "20" years of rescue and adoptions with you. Please check back often to see what rescues we have added.
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The more members we have the more chance we
have of helping more needy animals in our community.
Create a Living Locket - make it special by adding mini charms that tell "your" story. Are you a teacher, animal lover, doctor, nurse, mom or grandma?
A great variety of charms, earrings, bracelets, necklaces, chains and so much more.
Great Gift Ideas!
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Your donation, big or small, is very much appreciated.
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We are proud members of the
NYC Mayor's Alliance & Maddie's Fund
Participants in Broadway Barks &
New Hope Partners at Animal Care & Control of NYC
This site was updated on 8-23-2020