If you’re thinking about adding a new pet to your family, now may be a good time. Animal Friends just kicked off its “Pets Are Priceless” campaign.
After removing two dozen cats last week, Humane Agents removed more cats from a Carrick home on Tuesday.
Woman Living With Numerous Cats Evicted From Dilapidated House With No Water, Electricity Since 2002
Code enforcements condemned a house where a woman was living with at least a dozen cats in Wilkinsburg. The house at 812 South Avenue had not had water or electricity service since 2002.
Police pulled a woman from her burning home this morning in Westmoreland County after she refused to leave without her pets.
A woman who refused to leave her burning home because she didn’t want to abandon her cats is now putting some of them up for adoption. She’s looking to place 12 cats, some of them tiny kittens.
Firefighters say they had to forcibly remove a woman from her home in Beechview. They say she didn’t want to leave her burning house without her 17 cats.
You may turn to a chiropractor to work out your aches and pains, but would you take your pet for an adjustment?
Officials with Animal Friends say dozens of cats are living in terrible conditions inside two houses in Garfield.
In one local neighborhood, the people who live there say they’re being overrun with cats every night and they don’t know what to do about it.
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.
A $200 reward has been put up by Animal Friends for information leading to an arrest in the mutilations of two cats in Sharpsburg. The felines were found in separate plastic bags. Authorities know the owner of one of the cats.
A few days ago, humane agents raided a home in Carrick to find dozens of cats living in deplorable conditions.Animal Friends is now housing 30 of the cats and many are still in the medical center at the facility.
Humane agents have rescued more than 40 cats from a home in Carrick. The animals were malnourished, dehydrated, covered in fleas and had eye and ear issues from the filth.