Pets of the week in Delaware County
Providence Animal Center, 555 Sandy Bank Road, Media, is spotlighting these pets for adoption this week:
Athena, year-old female mixed breed
Athena is a gorgeous blue-eyed gal who recently made the trip from an overcrowded shelter in Georgia to Providence Animal Center, in Media. Her friends at PAC are getting to know this new addition, while she patiently waits for her forever family to walk through those adoption center doors to greet her. They know she’s sweet, friendly, active, and has a lot to learn. She is smart and eager to please, so she’s sure to learn new things every day in her forever home! Interested in learning more about her? Head over to Providence Animal Center soon to meet her and her dog friends. No appointment necessary. Athena is the packaged deal: up to date on vaccines, spayed and microchipped. Did you know that Providence Animal Center offers low-cost behavior services for your new puppy, or adult dog? Learn more and register for an upcoming class at ProvidenceAC.org/Training.
Petunia, 5-year-old female domestic shorthair
Petunia is a gorgeous feline with fluffy white and brown fur, who is patiently waiting for her purr-fect match at Providence Animal Center, in Media. This calm adult lady likes the little things in life: treats, naps and gentle pets. She would be an amazing addition to a calm family, and could be a future professional couch-potato companion. If you’re interested in adding a mature lady with a lot of love to give, head over to Providence Animal Center to meet this sweetheart soon! No appointment necessary. Petunia is the packaged deal: spayed, microchipped, litterbox trained and up to date on vaccinations. Can’t adopt, but interested in supporting pets like Petunia? Make a donation from their Wish List, which you can view at ProvidenceAC.org/Wishlist.
Peep, 3-month-old female mixed breed
Peep is a sweet treat who is currently benefiting from a foster home before making her adoption debut on April 8 at Providence Animal Center’s adoption event at Rafferty Subaru in Newtown Square. She is sweet, friendly, wiggly, and so excited to join one lucky family fur-ever. Since she is a puppy, she has a lot to learn, but she’s eager to please. She’s sure to make a fantastic companion to a family of all ages. Peep is the packaged deal: up to date on her vaccines, spayed and microchipped. Rafferty Subaru Adoption Event: Meet Peep and pups like her on April 8 at the Rafferty Subaru Adoption Event at Rafferty Subaru’s campus
in Newtown Square. The event runs 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and all pet adoption fees will be reduced 50% thanks to Rafferty Subaru!
PDL Paws features Horace
Meet 1½ year old Horace. Horace was rescued from a Mennonite farm when the owners no longer wanted him. He lived on a farm and slept in a barn. He had a bad ear infection, scabby painful ears from horse flies and sadly tested positive for lyme. He was on antibiotics for a month, and his protein in his urine is perfect. He will test positive for the rest of his life, but shows no illness from the disease. Horace is neutered, up to date on shots and microchipped. He is very dog friendly and lives with three other dogs currently. He loves to play ball. Horace would do best in a home with another dog. He came out of his shell quickly in his foster home due to the other dogs in the home. If interested in this handsome guy with a beard and a mohawk, email email@example.com, fill out an application online at www.pldpaws.org or leave a message at 484-323-1134.
Animal Friends of Lansdowne features Pumpkin
Orange tabbies are special, and this sweet and handsome young man is no exception. The poor little guy was found outside with his leg caught up tightly in his collar. He was being bullied by other cats, unable to defend himself, scared and in pain. He was rescued and taken right to the vet, where he was neutered, tested negative, flea treated, and received his vaccinations. After recovering in a crate for just two days in an unfamiliar place, Pumpkin relaxed and adjusted so quickly, he was moved to his own room where he now purrs and rolls on the floor to show his belly to his foster family! He can be somewhat chatty and has different voices he likes to use to hold real conversations with his human friends. Pumpkin is a very playful, energetic, and entertaining kitty who should only be paired with another young, high-energy cat, not an older one. Slow and patient introductions are recommended, as always. Pumpkin’s estimated date of birth is January 2021. To learn more about Pumpkin and other fabulous pets available for adoption, and to download an adoption application, visit www.animalfriendsoflansdowne.org. Animal Friends of Lansdowne is a nonprofit, all-volunteer community.