Bronx animals homeless too after recent storms

Superstorm Sandy and this week's nor'easter have left many Bronx residents homeless and unsure what to do with their pets. The Top Dog Animal Shelter

THE BRONX - Superstorm Sandy and this week's nor'easter have left many Bronx residents homeless and unsure what to do with their pets. The Top Dog Animal Shelter on Newbold Avenue has so far taken in seven dogs since Sandy hit. Top Dog is the only non-kill animal shelter in The Bronx. This shelter is currently at capacity, but the owner says he is determined to help make sure every animal has a loving home. News 12 has been told that all New York City shelters do allow pets along with you.

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