Many animal shelters notice that dogs and cats possessing tan or light colored coats appear to be adopted quicker than the darker pets. This is known as Black Cat and Dog Syndrome.
Animal lovers of every bent will gather again this year to learn about all kinds of pets–everything from dogs and cats to pot-bellied pigs, exotic birds, lizards, ferrets, miniature horses and more.
Petfinder.com will launch its third annual “Foster A Lonely Pet For the Holidays” Program along with hundreds of shelters and rescue groups across the country from Christmas Eve through New Year’s Day.
Before you bring home a new puppy, kitten, dog or cat, make sure you and your home are prepared in every way.
Senior dogs and cats make wonderful companions and older dogs can make excellent therapy dogs.
Intake at city animal shelters has skyrocketed and both PAWS and the ACCT are in desperate need of individuals or families willing to adopt.
If you have a desire to help homeless animals and make a difference, the Pennsylvania SPCA offers a special program for foster care.
A special adoption event is being held at the Pennsylvania SPCA this weekend.
Most localities in Delaware County have one month to find someone to handle stray animals, because the SPCA is getting out of that business.
The animal rights goup “PETA” (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) is departing from some controversial tactics of its past — such as having women disrobe in public — to unveil a decidedly more conventional form of advertising.
The Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) is hoping Cupid will help find homes for its longest-term resident dogs and cats.
When making New Year’s resolutions, don’t forget your pets!
Adopting a dog or cat is always a wonderfully enriching experience but it’s not a decision to ever be taken lightly or given as a surprise gift.
Operation Baghdad Pups is a special program that coordinates the reuniting of dogs ‘adopted’ by servicemen and women overseas, with those same owners once they have returned to the US.
A young cat named JoJo — whose time was running out at a North Carolina animal shelter — is reunited with his original Delaware County foster care volunteer thanks to a microchip and a Good Samaritan.