Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society
Philadelphia’s Animal Welfare Society is taking an adorable approach in asking for donations.
The Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society cut the ribbon on their new facility in Northeast Philadelphia today, and did so in grand fashion as dozens turned out to see the beautiful mural painted on the building’s exterior walls.
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.