CM Borelli, Louie’s Legacy Bring Back Holiday Pet Adoption Event At Catholic Charities Mount Loretto Location


Borelli, Louie’s Legacy Holiday Adoption Event Returns

This Sunday, December 4th, 2022 Louie’s Legacy Animal Rescue returns for their biggest adoption event of the year! The “Home for the Holiday” event, sponsored by Council Member Joseph Borelli (R-Staten Island) and Catholic Charities of Staten Island, will include over 100 adoptable puppies, kitten, dogs and cats, in search for their furever homes. Throughout the last several years, Borelli has allocated over $50,000 in discretionary funds to support the 501(c)(3) rescue organization. Louie’s Legacy helps connect the bridge for volunteers, fosters, animal welfare partners and shelters to rescue animals in need and places them in temporary foster care.

“I’m always proud to support Louie’s Legacy Animal Rescue, especially as so many animals are in need of a home. Last year, the event was a huge success. We look forward to another great turnout and hope you’ll consider adopting a new addition to the family.”

The “Home for the Holidays” adoption event will take place on on Sunday, December 4th from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM at the Mount Loretto Grounds located at 6541 Hylan Blvd, Staten Island, NY 10309.

Visitors will also have the chance to take holiday photos, bid on numerous raffle prizes and enjoy a few local vendors. Families hoping to adopt a new best friend at the event are encouraged to review Louie’s Legacy’s adoption process and submit an adoption application prior to the event at

“The need for safe, responsible homes for animals is year-round, but during the holidays, we are working extra hard to give all of our rescued pets the gift of a loving, permanent home, and to bring a little cheer to our community too,” said Emily Gear, President and Founder of Louie’s Legacy.

To learn more about Louie’s Legacy, please visit

For additional information, please feel free to call (718) 984-5151 or email [email protected].

Banner Image: Adorable kitten. Image Credit – Michael Glazier


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