Are you looking to bring a pet into your home? Local animal shelters are a great place to find a furry companion. This week, Furry Tails is featuring Jake!
As part of Furry Tails, every now and then I’d like to bring you the stories of animals who have overcome the odds. And so I begin with Ruby’s story in hopes of helping her find a loving home.
Are you looking to bring a pet into your home? Local animal shelters are a great place to find a furry companion. This week, Furry Tails is featuring Tasha & Morrison!
So, I’ll admit it! I’m not a cat person. Don’t get me wrong, I love cats. Got nothing against them. I’ve just never been the proud owner of one.
Most people remember my cat, not only because she’s quite rotten, but also because she has a stupid name.
My not so little ball of fur came into our lives about seven years ago. My wife and I were still living in New Jersey, when we found a small white cat on our porch. We took care of the cat briefly until its owners were located. That brief experience sparked a conversation about getting a cat of our own and we set out to find a furry companion.
It’s the “Dog Days of Summer” this week on Pittsburgh Today Live.
Ginny Merchant has volunteered thousands of hours at the Animal Rescue League in East Liberty. If she hasn’t already given back enough, today, June 27, on her birthday, she has decided to pay for the adoption cost of senior dogs at the shelter.
Here is a list of Pittsburgh’s top breeders, which exhibit knowledge and care of the breeds they are breeding, training and selling.
Dogs rescued from deplorable conditions have been nursed back to health, but some of them still need permanent, loving homes.
A Unity Township animal rescue forced to get rid of more than 50 dogs has successfully adopted out 13 of them.
To learn more about adopting a pet, visit AnimalRescue.org.