A 4-year-old shelter dog named Yas Queen is learning to trust humans again after being left behind by her owner in a NYC apartment when they were evicted.
The sweet dog was taken in by Animal Care Centers of NYC. She has been winning the hearts of staff and volunteers for the past several months. She is the longest-stay dog at the Manhattan shelter and has been waiting to find a home for over 210 days.
While she can take a little time to warm up to people, she is a complete sweetheart and just wants to find someone to love. The adorable pup has already mastered basic commands and is ready to show them to her new human.
She is a staff and volunteer favorite who all rave about what a great dog she is and cannot believe she hasn’t been adopted.
One staff member shared, “Yas Queen is a beautiful brown girl with perky ears that tilt with her head when I speak to her. She has made strides in gaining confidence in the shelter with us and it has been a pleasure to see her blossom into a friendly and playful girl. She enjoys playing with toys and pets. She can still be a tad bit anxious in the shelter environment. She would do best in a calmer household that allows her to gain more confidence.”
Volunteers love how affectionate she is when she rolls over for belly rubs and is the best cuddle buddy. When she’s not snuggled up with a human, she enjoys stretching her legs by chasing a ball and interacting with other dogs.
Learn how to adopt Yas Queen here.
The shelter posted a video of her on TikTok experiencing her first snow day in hopes of catching the attention of a potential adopter. Check it out below and don’t forget to share.
@nycacc Yas Queen is our longest stay at Manhattan ACC. She’s been patiently waiting for a home for over 210 days. Learn more about Yas Queen on nycacc.app by searching for her name or ID: 175653 #nycacc #boroughbred #adoptabledogs #nycdogs #shelterdogs ♬ Hinoki Wood – Gia Margaret
There are dozens of homeless dogs and cats waiting at Animal Care Centers of NYC for a loving home. Take a look at all the adoptable pets here. If you live in the area and are unable to adopt, consider fostering. The shelter provides everything you will need, and you just shower the dog or cat with love and affection until they find a forever home.
@nycacc Anyone over 18+ in the NYC area can become an ACC foster! Sign up for our next virtual orientation at nycacc.org/nycacc. Visit nycacc.app to browse hundreds of adoptable NYC pets! #nycacc #boroughbred #adoptablepets #nycdogs #adoptablecats #nycfosters ♬ Hinoki Wood – Gia Margaret
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