Later this week, animal lovers are invited to a restaurant on the Main Line for an event to benefit shelter dogs.
Animal welfare officials in Chester County are urging cat owners to keep their pets inside after several incidents of feline abuse.
At least 32 dogs have been rescued from two adjoining properties in North Philadelphia Thursday afternoon.
Delaware County is building a new million dollar animal shelter across from its Emergency Services Training Center in Darby Township. It’s meant to replace the county SPCA which, after December 31st, will no longer pick up stray dogs and cats in 49 municipalities.
SPCA officials in Chester County are asking cat owners to keep their animals indoors as officials investigate three separate incidents of animal cruelty.
Delaware County SPCA officials took custody of several cats and dogs they say were neglected in a Brookhaven home.
The SPCA extended its deadline for helping communities with strays until year’s end when it was thought a new shelter and operator would be in place in Darby. But that is not going to happen, according to Tom Judge, Junior
The bill grants greater leeway for shelters in deciding whether and when to put an animal down. An SPCA spokesman says any early call on that front should be made by a veterinarian, not a shelter staffer.
The two story home on Granite Street smelled so bad, neighbors complained constantly.
The PSPCA is investigating yet another case of animal hoarding in Southwest Philadelphia.
Nearly every space possible is being used, but despite their best efforts the staff at the Pennsylvania SPCA is struggling, many animals could be euthanized if no homes are found.
The dog’s name was Lily and she was just four months old. Her death was first deemed an accident but turned out to be something more sinister and criminal. That’s according to investigators with the New Jersey State S.P.C.A.
Under a recent extension agreement, the Delaware County SPCA will continue to take in stray animals until the end of the year.
A man is in prison after admitting to beat a pit-bull with a heavy chain in Delaware County.
SPCA crews will be returning to a filth-infested South Philadelphia home, today, to resume the search for cats they believe are living in the debris. And this time, they’re bringing traps.