An elderly woman has pleaded no contest to animal cruelty charges in what authorities say was a cat-hoarding situation in Hollywood icon Grace Kelly’s childhood home.
The Pennsylvania SPCA is bringing charges against a woman who was keeping hundreds of cats in her home in what’s being called deplorable conditions.
On Wednesday, the organization said its Human Law Enforcement Officers had executed a warrant to remove 260 felines from unsanitary confinement at the home on the 1600 block of Filmore Street.
The Pennsylvania SPCA is investigating a report of animal cruelty in Philadelphia’s Germantown neighborhood.
The remains were found Sunday in an empty lot near 30th and Jefferson Streets in North Philadelphia.
The Pennsylvania SPCA is investigating a disturbing discovery made in North Philadelphia, where the mutilated remains of an animal were found.
She may have waited a long time for a home, but a blind dog from the PSPCA found a good one.
When buying gifts and planning fun activities for your loved one this Valentine’s Day, don’t forget about the other loved one in your life – your dog!
After a brush with death, a friendly cat has a new owner, and a new lease on life.
Two suspects have been arrested for setting a cat on fire on Sunday, November 10th in the Olney section of the city.
The PSPCA is asking for your help identifying two men who officials believe set a cat on fire Sunday.
According to the PSPCA, an eyewitness saw a cat in flames running down 3rd Street towards Wellens Avenue at about 9:25 a.m. Sunday morning.
Authorities investigated an animal-hoarding case in South Philadelphia Friday night.
For more information on the PSPCA Mural Project, visit: pspca.org or call 866-601-SPCA (7722).
Authorities are offering a $5,000 reward as they try to find the person who severely burned a kitten found in a Philadelphia neighborhood last week.