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Mr. Mike Pastore

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Assistant Director of Animal Resc...

Phone: (718) ***-****  
Local Address:  New York , United States
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...   more

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Minutes of the CACC board of directors meetings for 1995, 4 May 2015 [cached]
Michael Pastore, Assistant Director of Animal Rescue Services presented a report on the operations of his program. A package which included photographs of the new rescue vans was given to each member. Mr. Pastore spoke about the features and advantages of the new vehicles.
Mr. Pastore informed him that there are two mini vans which are used to transport animals to and from shelters. He added that these vans are not a part of the rescue fleet. Mr. Pastore spoke about the rescue calls received and how they are dispatched. An animal intake form is completed when an animal is picked up. In response to a question regarding the number of trucks on the road at any given time, Mr. Pastore notified the meeting that there are usually six trucks on the road.
Michael Pastore commended the rescue team and noted that they are very conscientious workers.
Acoustilog Inc.: Alan Fierstein Uses Acoustic Test Gear to Find Molly the Cat, 12 Dec 2010 [cached]
Mike Pastore, field director for Animal Care & Control described the space as "a maze of beams and pipes, going every which way."
Mike Pastore was enthusiastic and asked for my help.
By 7 PM, I told Mike that the cat was not in the basement and was located deep into the crawlspace, not right at the front as it had seemed. Unfortunately, there was a mountain of rubble in that area, from years of garbage being thrown down between the two buildings. I felt the cat must be trapped in that area, or perhaps in a brick hole to the right of the mountain. If it was in the mountain, it could be up near the top, far from where they had been drilling in the basement.”
Left to right: Josh Shermer of Downtown Pets, Mike Pastore of Animal Control, Alan Fierstein of Acoustilog, Inc. [Photo by Diane Cohen]
Pastore was able to convince the store owner to allow a hole to be drilled through the inside wall of the shop near the ceiling.
Second Chance Wildlife Rescue, 23 Aug 2008 [cached]
Michael Pastore of the NYC Animal Care & Control director of field operations and long time supporter of the animals allows us to provide safe healthy well maintained care for animals he must confiscate or for animals that are surrendered to their organization. We are flattered that he trusts in out knowledge and ability to provide the proper care for these unfortunate animals. Mike is a large part of "making things right" for the animals in the NYC limits.
Doggie Academy: 1/1/09, 1 Jan 2009 [cached]
"She was around home plate, ran up the first base line and ducked into the stands," said Mike Pastore, head of field operations for New York City Animal Care & Control.
This was probably her first time on a leash," Pastore said.
"Several of the construction workers were concerned about what was going to happen to her and some even offered to adopt her," Pastore said. "She's a cute dog."
I hope she does get adopted. I'll be scouring the CACC website for the next few days and if I see her up there, I'll let you know.
New York Daily News - City News - Trail's cold in whippet hunt, 19 Feb 2006 [cached]
"I took a ride out there this morning to check the trap and there was no sign," said Mike Pastore, director of field operations of New York City Animal Care & Control.
The dog, Champion Bohem C'est La Vie, who answers to the nickname Vivi, escaped Wednesday as her travel cage was being loaded onto a Delta flight bound for California.Vivi was heading home after collecting an award of merit at the Westminster Kennel Club dog show in Manhattan.
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