With Sandy in our wake and Thanksgiving around the corner, a lot of organizations are eager to give back. Including our favorite pet-friendly ones.
Philly PAWS keeps a running list of pets who are determined to be urgent adoptions. Here’s four of them that need a forever home today.
It’s a sad but true fact: Older dogs are harder to adopt out. And, an older dog that is also a Pit Bull would have a doomed fate if it weren’t for Operation Ava’s no kill shelter.
Princess is a very loving dog who was rescued, along with all of her puppies, from Kentucky. She’s waited a long time for her forever home. Could it be yours?
October can be one of the most fun events for you and your pet. With the cooler weather and costume contests (duh) both of you get a little pep in your step this month.
We’ve got a heartwarming story about a cat that refused to give up as well as a featured adoptable pet that needs a second loving home after being forced out of his former home.
Ellie Mae was found on the streets of Philadelphia by a police officer. She was taken in by the lovely people at PAWS and a few months later she’s living the life she was meant to have.
Call ALL pet lovers. We are on the lookout for the latest and greatest local pet news, pics, videos, and information for our Furry Friends feature. Find out how you can participate.
The cooler weather is spawning more pet events, which is great, but why do they all have to fall on during the same two weeks?!
The city of Philadelphia’s animal shelter is at max capacity and still seeing hundreds of new strays coming in, and they need to to help save lives.