June 18, October 16 | 12pm-2:30pm | In-Person | Pier 16 | Free
The Seaport Museum is partnering with Animal Lighthouse Rescue to host a puppy adoption event where you can meet nine puppies transported from Puerto Rico to New York.
Animal Lighthouse Rescue rehabilitates street dogs called “satos” from Puerto Rico, which is still healing from the devastation of Hurricane Maria — now coupled with new destruction from Hurricane Fiona.
Stop by Pier 16 to give one of these resilient, lovable pooches a new lease on life and find the newest addition to your family’s crew. Not ready to adopt? Get more information about fostering, and learn how you can help Animal Lighthouse Rescue in their recovery efforts.
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