At Tompkins Square Park, The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, ASPCA, revealed today its brand-new mobile adoption vehicle. The newly released vehicle makes a feature of the original artwork from the Subway Doodle, which is the most renowned, amazing artist based in Brooklyn, famous for these imaginative & creative illustrations of urban life. The design rejoices the delight of adopting a pet and the exceptional connections & bonds people of New York share with housed animals.
The latest vehicle is ultramodern and comprises of plenty of tailored features, for example, a sound system to keep a slight, smooth background music for the animals, increased shelter space to improve the safety and include maximum animals as per desired, and perches that are wall-mounted in the cat areas that propose more area to explore.
Director of Volunteer & Foster Engagement, Eileen Hanavan stated: “Over the last 13 years, the ASPCA Mobile Adoption Program has found homes for countless animals across the five boroughs while also spreading the message about adoption and the many other services we offer pet owners in need. We’re thankful that Subway Doodle has generously donated his skills to create the vehicle’s unique and joyful artwork that showcases the special relationship New Yorkers have with shelter animals.”
Residents of New York City are given opportunities to find a doggish or catlike companion right in their vicinity by the ASPCA Mobile Adoption Program. In addition to this, shelter animals get greater exposure to a wider audience of their potential adopters.
The Subway Doodle stated: “As an animal lover, it was an honor to design this vehicle for the ASPCA. Throughout my creative process our studio cat, Bodega, acted as my assistant and inspiration every step of the way.”