Eight horses are doing much better after being rescued from a Butler County barn last month.
There is no room at the inn at the Western Pennsylvania Humane Society.
There is no room at the inn at the Western Pennsylvania Humane Society. The North Side facility is overrun with dogs and the agency needs your help.
It’s been two years since the devastating earthquake that rocked Haiti. Hundreds of orphans there were left with nothing. Dozens of those children were brought here to Pittsburgh for a new life, and today, the last three adoptions were finalized.
Last week, 32 Arabian horses were up for adoption at the Westmoreland County Fairgrounds, but within a day, they all had homes.
KDKA’s Mike Pintek talks to Jolene Miklas, director of communications for Animal Friends.
It’s crisis mode for the staff and volunteers at the Western PA Humane Society. Their North Side shelter is overrun, spilling into the hallways with not stray animals, but owner-surrendered pets.
To learn more information about adopting a pet, visit the Humane Society’s website, wpahumane.com.