Brooklyn speed dating
If you are new to singles events, check out our guidelines for choosing the right Brooklyn singles events.Thanks to your ma Brooklyn suggestions and feedback received over the past 4 years, it is not just speed dating for singles in Brooklyn any more.ACCNYC has thousands of furry friends available for adoption—in 2015 they took in 35,000 animals and placed 86 percent of them in furever homes.(“So far, this year, we’re at a 93 percent placement rate,” said Katy Hansen, the shelter’s marketing manager.
Thea Harting, the Rabbit Adoption Specialist, said, “Cookies was the underdog rabbit—she just shined.” Harting, a serious animal lover who has her own pet rabbit, fosters rabbits that have medical issues, runs See Spot Walk dog-walking, is a volunteer at the shelter, and she’s been leading Bunny Speed-Dating for several years.) This process can take a little while and requires supervision—as Harting put it, “Dates should be short and sweet, and always end on a good note.” Which, really, is pretty good advice for daters of all species, right?If you’re looking to add a bunny (or two) to your life, NYCACC is running a special right now: adoption fees are only for a single rabbit, or for a bonded pair.And then, finally, there was two-year-old Twist, part Angora and part Loop-Ear.As Venable described their meeting: It was like watching two middle-schoolers at a dance: Totally awkward but man they liked each other!
“That’s the best in the country for a shelter of this size.”) Often, bonded pairs are siblings from the same litter—ACCNYC has many of those, which also need homes!