Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society
This week Hadas talks to an author and professional forager about how to find food growing in the wild, then visits a South Philly dessert shop offering a new summertime treat. Then, she previews an elegant-dining fundraiser for a local animal shelter.
PAWS, the Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society, is offering free spay/neuter services for companion animals of some low-income city residents.
In order to encourage adoptions, the Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society is allowing anyone willing to adopt a dog or cat in the month of October the freedom to ‘name their own’ adoption fee.
There’s a new way to help homeless animals, and yourself as well.
With dogged determination, animal rights advocates watched on Thursday as a Philadelphia City Council committee approved a measure that puts some bite into the city’s dog control laws.
The Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) is hoping Cupid will help find homes for its longest-term resident dogs and cats.
Currently PAWS, with support from the Sarge Fund, is offering FREE spay/neuter surgeries for all pit bulls and pit bull mixes for a limited time only.