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Resource Directory for Pennsylvania
They just don’t come any cuter than October. This adorable little girl is goofy and so playful.
April is an independent and low-maintenance kitty. She is a quiet cat until it is time to be petted; then she purrs like a motorboat. She will rub up against you and anything around her to help out with the petting.
Despite her name, Princess is not a diva!
Thatcher lost everything when his owner passed away. He arrived with all the signs that he was very loved since being adopted from the shelter last summer.
Sweet Tien is a plus-size beauty with a lovely personality. This 10-year-old female will win you over when she leans into you for affection. She also loves to have her beautiful coat brushed.
Matcha is an absolutely adorable gray-and-white senior kitty.
Hurricane rescue is not all puppies and kittens … 12-year-old Reese arrived as a rescue from Hurricane Ida.
One look at Chipmunk’s puffy cheeks and soulful expression, and you know he is a very special guy!
Gail is sweet senior lady who is pretty even-keeled. Her laidback personality is one that will fit well into any home willing to give her the love she deserves.
Dana is a 1-year-old petite calico beauty who lives life on her terms. She has an independent and lively personality and loves to play with cat toys that channel her youthful energy.
A 1-year-old male mixed breed, Bandit is a very intuitive and charming boy who walks great on a leash and minds his manners.
Auggie is a loving, calm-natured dog who has made many human friends during his time at the shelter.
Ashton is a handsome 15-year-old kitty who thinks he’s still a kitten. He loves to play with toys of all types; has a sweet, calm disposition; and is fond of giving head butts.
Dartrix is a big boy with a big personality and is a staff favorite.
Little Bird is a tiny cat with an enormous capacity for love.
Malaki is looking for a new family after losing his home of five years due to his owner’s illness.
Of the 182 cats rescued recently in a cruelty case from a single home in deplorable conditions, he was called Cat No. 175.
Imagine being a blind, 10-year-old dog who somehow ended up stray on the streets and then found herself in a shelter. It must have been frightening, but Avie overcame.
Mr. Fox is more shy than sly. This beauty lost his home when his owner had to move without him.
King Lear may have a regal name and the fetching looks of royalty, but he wants you to know he’s really a simple, go-with-the-flow kind of guy. He’s a dog of the people, loving with everyone he meets.
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