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An increase in funding is improving the chances for New York City's homeless cats and dogs to find permanent homes and avoid euthanasia, as reported by the Daily News. According to Animal Care and Control of New York City, more than 20,000 cats and dogs found homes last year, which is an 11 percent increase over 2012. Credit: Getty Editorial In the same time frame, the non-profit AC&C has also helped reduce euthanization of the city's homeless pets by 30 percent. Officials say the number of animals saved can be attributed to a $5 million boost in funding, as reported by the Daily News. That money allows for more staff and additional services. "I think you see change happening almost...