The Pennsylvania SPCA is investigating a disturbing discovery made in North Philadelphia, where the mutilated remains of an animal were found.
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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.
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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.
The SPCA raided a home in Marcus Hook, Delaware County Friday night, rescuing dozens of dogs from an animal rescue that authorities say was run by a hoarder.
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A dead pony and three horses were found in North Philadelphia Tuesday, SPCA officials said. Officials say two of the found horses are not in good condition.
Philadelphia police say surveillance video shows Yu Zhen throwing and catching kittens by their tails at his restaurant in the 4900 block of Old York Road.
Two people suspected of pouring an ammonia-like substance on three free-roaming cats were arrested in West Philadelphia on Tuesday, according to the Pennsylvania Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.