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Mr. Mike Pastore

Field Manager

Animal Care & Control

Direct Phone: (718) ***-****       

Animal Care & Control

11 Park Place Suite 805

New York, New York 10007

United States

Company Description

Animal Care & Control of New York City (AC&C) is the largest pet organization in the North East, with an estimated number of 44,000 animals rescued each year. As a not-for-profit organization since 1995, Animal Care & Control has been responsible for N... more

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Background Information

Affiliations

Volunteer Officer
Suffolk County SPCA

Education

B.S.
Biochemistry
Hofstra University

Web References (199 Total References)


CATLINES Blog: Molly the cat

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Mike Pastore, Animal Care & Control's director of field operations, told the News the agency wanted to help -- not pay the entire cost. "We were there to save the cat, not restore the building," he said.


The 14-inch-long baby alligator found hiding ...

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The 14-inch-long baby alligator found hiding under a car in New York, Sunday is held by Michael Pastore at Animal Care & Control of New York City.

The headline-grabbing alligator captured in Queens, New York wasn't the only cold-blooded critter snatched off the city's streets over the weekend.
The young male alligator - not yet named - got a little rest Monday at a Brooklyn animal shelter, where he was joined by two other reptiles, all captured within 24 hours.
The first was a lizard known as an Argentine tegu; the other, "a large - very large - iguana," said Michael Pastore, the field operations director of Animal Care & Control of New York City.
Police from the NY Police Department's Emergency Service Unit caught the gator hiding under a Datsun on Newtown Ave. and 29th St. at about 3 p.m. Sunday.
Police officials initially said it was a crocodile, but Pastore confirmed it is a basic American alligator, about 14 inches long and less than a year old.
"He's fine," Pastore said. "He had some good reptile company."
Arrangements are being made to donate the animal to the Poconos Reptile Sanctuary in Pennsylvania, Pastore said.
Because it is illegal to possess a wild animal in New York State, Pastore said he believes the animal was ditched on the street - and may have been a little scared.
"He did let out a couple of little yelps," Pastore said, "and if you've ever seen a nature show, a baby alligator would let out a little yelp to the mother when it is in trouble." nydailynews.com


The 14-inch-long baby alligator found hiding ...

www.newzmash.com [cached]

The 14-inch-long baby alligator found hiding under a car in New York, Sunday is held by Michael Pastore at Animal Care & Control of New York City.

The headline-grabbing alligator captured in Queens, New York wasn't the only cold-blooded critter snatched off the city's streets over the weekend.
The young male alligator - not yet named - got a little rest Monday at a Brooklyn animal shelter, where he was joined by two other reptiles, all captured within 24 hours.
The first was a lizard known as an Argentine tegu; the other, "a large - very large - iguana," said Michael Pastore, the field operations director of Animal Care & Control of New York City.


The 14-inch-long baby alligator found hiding ...

www.newzmash.com [cached]

The 14-inch-long baby alligator found hiding under a car in New York, Sunday is held by Michael Pastore at Animal Care & Control of New York City.

The headline-grabbing alligator captured in Queens, New York wasn't the only cold-blooded critter snatched off the city's streets over the weekend.
The young male alligator - not yet named - got a little rest Monday at a Brooklyn animal shelter, where he was joined by two other reptiles, all captured within 24 hours.
The first was a lizard known as an Argentine tegu; the other, "a large - very large - iguana," said Michael Pastore, the field operations director of Animal Care & Control of New York City.


In order to keep our seniors ...

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In order to keep our seniors safe and a vital part of our communities, Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens hosted a free educational workshop on Animal Awareness and Safety presented by Michael Pastore, Director of Field Operations, from the Animal Care and Control of New York City.

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Alfred LoPinto, Vicar for Human Services, Diocese of Brooklyn; Maureen McKeown, Bishop Boardman Housing Coordinator, Michael Pastore, Director of Field Operations, Animal Care and Control of NYC.

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