: ‘They’ve owned these pets for years’: People are giving up family dogs they adopted long before the pandemic, mostly due to inflation, shelters say


Renters aren’t the only ones frantically searching for homes in New York City — pets are falling victim to the city’s housing wars, too.

Animal Care Centers of NYC’s three shelters are seeing an increase in people surrendering their pets, largely due to housing costs, Katy Hansen, the director of marketing and communications, told MarketWatch.


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