All cat adoptions (7 months plus) reduced by 50% through November 18
The Pennsylvania SPCA’s Humane Law Enforcement team rescued 26 cats from a residence in the Mayfair section of Philadelphia on November 6. The PSPCA’s officers, who had been investigating the property, executed a search warrant at the property on the 6600 block of Revere Street. The PSPCA found 26 cats living in filthy, flea-infested conditions.
After this rescue, and another rescue of 118 cats in Northumberland, the PSPCA is hosting a “Game of Homes” adoption event in an effort to find homes for its feline population. Now through November 18, all adult cat adoption fees (7 months plus) will be reduced by 50%. Adult cat adoption fees are normally $50.
This promotion will extend to all the PSPCA locations, including the Fishtown Center, 1546 Frankford Avenue, the PSPCA Central PA Center at Danville, 1467 Bloom Road and the PSPCA Lancaster Center, 848 South Prince Street.
What: Pennsylvania SPCA hosts “Game of Homes” cat adoption event
When: Now through November 18, 2018
Where: ALL PSPCA locations
About the Pennsylvania SPCA
The Pennsylvania SPCA is the largest no-kill humane organization in the state with three locations, 130 employees and over 5,000 adoptions a year. We are 100% funded by private donations, with no financial support from government and are an independent organization with no affiliation with other humane societies. Our 13 Humane Law Enforcement officers uphold the state animal cruelty code in 23 counties with over 9,000 investigations annually and our Humane Litigation department prosecutes the cases seeking justice for the victims. We offer other lifesaving services such as humane education, low-cost veterinary services and behavior & training. Our headquarters is located on 350 E. Erie Avenue in Philadelphia.