Say hello to Millie, the older, female British Shorthair blend who is looking for a home she can make permanent. Mille has a cute, pudgy face, with soft, dark, grey fur. She was surrendered to our lifesaving center, after her family decided they couldn’t keep her any longer. She is kind, loving and looking for a great family to welcome her into their home with open arms. Millie is litter-trained and cat-friendly with a proper introduction. She is spayed, microchipped and up-to-date on vaccinations. Millie and her other cat friends 6+ months old are just $5 until April 23rd. Stop by our Adoption Center and welcome this sweetheart into your family today!
Meet Nellie, the older, female Pug blend who is waiting for the best family to make her part of their lives. She is a cute little thing, with big Pug eyes that look at you filled with love. She was rescued from a southern overcrowded shelter and brought to our lifesaving center, where she has every chance to find a home. Nellie is cat-friendly and could live with older children. She is spayed, microchipped and up-to-date on vaccinations. Nellie qualifies for the Seniors Saving Seniors special, where anyone 55+ can adopt her for $55.50. All other adopters can get her with the $20 off special running through April. Stop by our Adoption Center and adopt Nellie today!
Say hello to Decker, the handsome, older Domestic Shorthair blend who is looking for a special family he can be a part of. Decker has the most unique eyes that are yellow with swirls of green inside them like tie-dye. He was rescued by the Humane Officer and brought to our lifesaving center, after he was a victim of a hoarding case. He is now waiting for a family to take care of him. Decker is cat-friendly, litter-trained and could live with older children. Decker has an always-low adoption fee of $25. There will also be an Easter Egg Special, where every adopter chooses an Easter egg that will reveal a prize, like additional discounts on adoption fees or free merchandise. Save a cruelty survivor during this Prevention of Cruelty of Animals Month!
Meet Wilma, the unique, young, female Thai Ridgeback blend who is looking for a home she can claim as her own. She has a beautiful tan coat and is full of love. Wilma and her four other friends were street dogs in Thailand and brought our lifesaving center, where they are ready to find their forever homes in the USA. Wilma is dog-friendly, cat-friendly and could live with older children. She is spayed, microchipped and up-to-date on vaccinations. For the month of April, Providence is offering $10-$30 off of dog and puppy adoption fees. Plus, all adopters can pick an Easter egg that will reveal a prize, like additional discounts on adoption fees or free merchandise. Stop by our Adoption Center and fall in love with an amazing pet!
Bunny is the longest dog resident at our Center, and we can’t figure out why! Just look at that cute face! Bunny, formerly known as Sugar Plum, was rescued from ACCT Philly at the end of July. She has now been homeless for over 250 days! We are trying to match her with her perfect family so she will no longer be a homeless girl.
There’s probably no question why we renamed her Bunny. Look at those ears! They stand up, which makes her look like a real Easter Bunny. On Friday, Bunny will be hopping down the bunny trail – a nice walking trail on our property – while she looks for Easter eggs. You see, we have been doing “nose work” with Bunny, which means she has to work extra hard and use her nose to find special treats. This helps stimulate her brain so she doesn’t mentally deteriorate while she is waiting on her home in our kennels, which can be very stressful, especially after a long period of time.
Since Bunny is having some trouble finding a home, we are asking the public to change their Facebook profile picture to Bunny for Easter weekend in effort to find this Bunny her forever spot. The more people who participate, the sooner we find Bunny the home she deserves.
Bunny needs a home where she is the only pet. She would need an active family who will walk her a few times a day for good periods of time, or someone who has a runner in the family. Bunny participates in our Dog Trotter program where she runs a few miles a few times a week. If the home does not have the ability to run/walk her every day, she would need a home with a fenced-in yard that she can run around in and tire herself out.
Our behavior team believes after Bunny settles into a home, she may have the potential of having a submissive brother. She could live with older children who will be able to participate in her training and help her acclimate into the family.
Bunny is available at our Adoption Center. Her adoption fee has been sponsored by a donor, which means she is free to the right family, and also includes a $200 Petco gift card, thanks to another one of Bunny’s biggest fans. Come meet this love-a-Bull Bunny!