I’m Griffin! Also known as Grif, Grifbear, Gryffindor or Grif-monster. I was born in December 2010 which makes me the youngest member of the Carlyle pack. My favorite things to do are eat and play. When I’m not eating treats at the Carlyle Court Resource Center you may find me at the small dog run in Washington Square Park right in front of Kimmel. I love attention so please feel free to stop and say “hi” when you see me and Mom (RHAD Shannon) around campus. You can also check me out on Facebook. I have a lot of Carlyle friends and I’m always looking to add more!
Kitsuné was adopted in October of 2009 when he was about 3 years old from a shelter in California. He took a first class (coach) flight to NYC, escorted by his Uncle Christian to meet his mom. He is living the true American Dream! From rags to riches – San Fernando Valley, CA to a lavish lifestyle in New York City! In addition, he’s got a better wardrobe than Beyoncé. Kitsuné enjoys short walks in the concrete jungle of NYC, hanging out in the Carlyle courtyard, snacking on turkey bits, snuggling with his mom and of course hanging out with all of his friends, Griffin, Lucia & Eliot! He’s very quiet mannered, but definitely get’s excited when he passes by the Resource Center, where our Resource Manager, Priscilla keeps doggy treats. Lastly, he’s a jet setter and loves to fly to his homeland in Los Angeles, CA to hang out with his big beautiful family and get spoiled by grandma! Kitsuné is very friendly and hopes you add him on Facebook and say hello whenever you see him around!
Lucia is a four year-old, six-pound Maltipoo (Maltese/Poodle mix) who loves playing fetch with her tiny tennis ball and is expert at coercing people into giving her lots of attention. Her favorite spots are Washington Square Park and the Carlyle Courtyard. Keep an eye out for her fast wagging tail.
Finally, the Carlyle Court community wants to remember our dear puppy Eliot, who passed away early this summer. He was a five year old Shiba Inu. He loved the Carlyle courtyard, his hedgehog toy, and playing with Carlyle residents. He is missed by the entire building’s residents and staff, both past and present.