PSPCA Looking For Forever Home For Logan, Dog Who Lost Two LegsLogan wasn't able to keep his back legs but that's not stopping him from getting up and moving on his own.
Pennsylvania SPCA Celebrates 'Dogust First' With Its Adoptable PupsAugust 1 is universally known at "Dogust First," and the Pennsylvania SPCA used the day to honor all its furry friends looking for a home.
Pennsylvania SPCA Helping Cats Find Forever Homes With Help Of House PlantsThe Pennsylvania SPCA is teaming up with Urban Jungle Philly for the Houseplant Cat Club.
Lancaster County Woman Facing Nearly 200 Counts Of Animal Neglect After Over 100 Cats Removed From HomeJaime Grow, of the 1100 block of Pine Hill Road in Lititz, was charged Tuesday with nine misdemeanor counts of animal neglect and 187 summary counts of animal neglect after a total of 107 cats were removed from her home in June 2020.
Pennsylvania SPCA Rescues 17 Puppies From Lancaster Property Over Welfare ConcernsA good Samaritan had reported that the owners of the property had not been there since Sunday.
CBS3 Pet Project: PSPCA Preparing For Virtual 'Bark & Whine: Happy At Home' EventAnimal advocate Carol Erickson joined Eyewitness News for more on this event.
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CBS3 Pet Project: PSPCA Rescues 105 Cats, Kittens In Lancaster County With Help From Anonymous Caller
CBS3 Pet Project: Two Dogs Getting Second Chance After Being Victims Of AbuseAnimal advocate Carol Erickson joined Eyewitness News to share their stories.
CBS3 Pet Project: Pennsylvania SPCA Using '$5 Fridays' To Help Raise Funds To Support Rescue EffortsOne of the animals they have rescued is Raelyn who was found with numerous bite wounds on her body.
CBS3 Pet Project: How To Keep Your Pets Safe As More Wildlife Comes Out During Spring WarmupPennsylvania SPCA animal advocate Carol Erickson shares some ways you can help protect your pet.
CBS3 Pet Project: Is Eating Grass A Normal Behavior For Your Dog?Apparently most dogs do not do it because they are sick or anything else, they do it because they like the taste.
CBS3 Pet Project: Pennsylvania SPCA Continuing To Deal With Reports Of Animal Abuse Amid PandemicAnimal advocate Carol Erickson joined Eyewitness News to discuss some of the incidents and show us how we can help and report acts of animal cruelty.
New Year, New Home For Queen Lucy, Pennsylvania SPCA In North Philadelphia's Longest ResidentQueen Lucy spent 963 days at the shelter on Erie Avenue.
Pennsylvania SPCA Searching For Whoever Shot Cat With Arrow, Left It To Die In West PhiladelphiaOfficials transported the cat, with the arrow still lodged in its body, to SPCA's Erie Avenue headquarters, but the cat did not survive.