Our Mission

At Providence Animal Center, we offer life‐affirming rescue, medical care, treatment, protection and placement of companion animals that forever upholds the critical importance of the human‐animal bond. We have an unwavering commitment to this mission and will always strive to deliver the most optimal, advanced care to our animal friends – and their owners. Simply put, Providence Animal Center is Lifesaving. Adoption. Wellness. Community.

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Lives Saved This Year
2,674
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*lives saved count as of September 23rd

Featured Pets

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Say Hello to Lorenzo

Lorenzo is a gentle young man who is counting the days until his forever family heads to our Adoption Center to adopt him. Lorenzo caught his freedom ride from a high-risk shelter in Puerto Rico where his time was running short. Lorenzo passed his behavior evaluation ... Read More
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Say Hello to Jenny

Jenny is a calm and independent young lady waiting to meet her new family at our center in Media.  She was rescued from a high-risk shelter nearby and brought to our Adoption Center where she is safe.  Jenny is a laid-back girl who mostly enjoys lounging away in the ... Read More

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      Check Me-owt Adoption Event

      September 24 @ 11:00 am - September 25 @ 5:00 pm

      Stop by our Real Life Room on Saturday & Sunday for our special cat adoption event! We are featuring a handful of special cats who are looking for purrrrfect forever homes, foster homes or foster-to-adopt homes. Their adoption fees will be waived (yes, that means free!), PLUS, we are offering a lifetime of free vaccinations

        Cat Spay Day

        September 28 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

        Male cat neuters and female cat spays will be just $15 on this one day! To book: call 610-566-1370 x216. Call today – space is limited. Availability is limited. Preference for this service will be given to Delaware County residents. Aside from the benefit of controlling the pet overpopulation, spaying and neutering can help your

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      • National Deaf Dog Awareness Week

        National Deaf Dog Awareness Week

        Did you know it’s National Deaf Dog Awareness Week? Historically, hearing impaired dogs were often the first to be put down at overcrowded shelters because people assumed they were untrainable. Certain breeds and colors are more at risk than others of being deaf, but that does not mean that they any …

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